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Old 05-13-2006, 10:06 PM
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Ok. After seeing Lostoyannaya's successful 'find the old tv show drive', I was wondering if anyone might be able to help me. I think about this show every few months and then try to find it on the 'net. But all I can guess is that someone has gone back in time and erased it from history. Because while I can find complex and intricate facts on random subjects, I can not find anything at all about this show.
Right, the show was on Childrens BBC, I think around 9- 15 years ago.
It was a live action show about some children aged 10-20. A group, who solved things (I think). And had a ongoing storyline. But it also might have had a little 'blue peter' type stuff in it too, i.e. the kids telling you how to make things, and telling you facts. One of the series was sub-named...something about Pineapples? Like 'The search for the golden pineapples'?
I have some names of the show in my head...Acting 8? Active 8 or Activity 8? Something like that.
If anyone remembers anything please help!
I thank you.
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Old 05-14-2006, 10:14 AM
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I vaguely remember something called Activ8 or something like that...
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Old 05-14-2006, 02:43 PM
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I do to, though I've no recollection of what it was about.
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Previous T.V. Coverage for Ultimate in the U.K.

Previous World Championships held in the UK have enjoyed considerable local and regional press and TV coverage. In 1995 Channel 4 twice broadcast a 1 hour documentary presented by Gary Imlach about the 1994 World Championships held at Essex University, while the 1996 World Championships were featured on TransWorld Sport and broadcast globally. Ultimate has also been featured on a number of national television programmes including BBC's Blue Peter, Activ8 and The Eleventh Hour, ITV's Shift, Central's Heartland and C4's The Big Breakfast.
This is all that came up TV-wise when I put in Activ8 on Google...the rest were government websites on motivating kids...

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