EDUCATIONAL SERIES featuring a talking, poorly-operated puppet skeleton whose eyes lit up teaching Canadian kids about the body. The show was hosted by weatherman Richard Zurawski, produced in Nova Scotia and inexplicably exported all over the world for other kids to see and puzzle over. The skeleton was named Bonaparte (get it? bone-apart). Nope, ee didn’t think it was particularly funny either. Regularly featured little kids being amazed by the water cycle, how hurricanes form, and all other science-oriented stuff.