What does BOSCO stand for?
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What does BOSCO mean?
- Bosco was an Irish children's television programme produced during the late 1970s and 1980s. It was produced by the Lambert Puppet Theatre. Designed by Jan Mitchell, Bosco was voiced by Jonathan Ryan initially, in the pilot series that was broadcast, with four presenters per show, in 1978. When the show went into full-time production in 1980, with two presenters per show, Miriam Lambert took over. From the 1981 season onwards, Paula Lambert took over. A shared cultural experience for children in Ireland at the time, it ran for 386 episodes, ending production in 1987. The show however was continually repeated before The Den daily until 1996, when it was replaced by The Morbegs before officially ending in 1998.