My auntie gettin it for Christmas for me! My lil cousin wanted to ring me when he saw it in the shop ( god, I know I told him I liked Bosco, but I must really be the only one he knows...) and so, he wants to give it to me. So cute..hes only 5!
You wo/man are a god!
I think my sister is getting the DVD for herself for Christmas, haha. I miss that show.
lol, no problem. I've even encoded the title sequence as a RealVideo 9 file (1.31MB). I'll only post it if it's ok to do it, don't want to get meself banned, lol.
Hopefully it will be, once it's not classed as an "illegal download link." I'll wait until tomorrow and see if I get any replies.
Brilliant! You, my friend, are a bona fide legend. Thank you!
Did anyone hear this? Tis really funny....
Does anyone remember the names of those little playdough-style guys who had a little programme within Bosco? They kindof formed themselves into different shapes if you know what I'm trying to say...
If dey actually did bring back Bosco who would actually watch him. he is just a memory and dats d way it should stay
Bosco is a legend and although he entertained me for only the early years of my Childhood, I used to enjoy his show, Make & Do with Mary was great too. Cereal Boxes and Toilet roll tubes would be turned into a spaceship to visit planet Zog home of Zig & Zag. I think it is sad in a way as talking to my little cousins last week what do they watch the answer was Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network. The Den seems no longer popular with Irish Kids. I really used to enjoy when "TED" the panda would come in and beat the crap out of Ray Darcy and when Dustin would do the "Flap Flaps" Reading all this thread as brought back many happy memories of when life was simpler and everybody was poor. We were poor god damit but we had bosco and 50p would allow you to gorge on Junk food. Bosco FTW! I want to see him once more.
Bosco was brilliant while he lasted, but if he was brought back, everything would be messed up. It just wouldn't be the same at all, and would probably mess up my memories of the program.