Top 10 Controversial Kids TV EpisodesHello, children, and welcome.Top 10 Controversial Kids TV Episodes by Harry-Topper
Even though the world of children's television is meant to be a completely innocent haven of morale and wholesomeness, there are some moments that can be too near the bone. Despite the good intentions, such things that can shock children can affect them much to the horror, disgust and anger of parents everywhere. For this list, here are the Top 10 Controversial Kids TV Episodes here on Countdown Showdown. CAUTION: There are spoilers along the list so be warned...
10. Postman Pat and the Thunderstorm (Postman Pat - 2005)
PLOT: In this episode, Julian and Mrs Goggins are scared of thunder and lightning, but when Bonnie gets lost and goes missing in the storm, Julian and Pat go to find her. Julian must put Bonnie's needs before his own to rescue her and overcome his fear.
REASON: This episode was banned from CBeebies due to constant use of thunder and lightning that would frighten children. The episode can be also be watched
Charles/Red Engine: Controversy!So for a week or two now I have been assembling my own timeline of Sodor history. I'm not being anywhere near as thorough as the Wikia with my detailing of events, as I'm sticking primarily to the 'railway' stuff, so I'm going no earlier than the plateway in 1806. As with The Farrier Inquiry, I'm using the RWS books and the companion volumes as sources, as well as a few changes or additions for my convenience (such as the events of Culdee Fell Engines or Coaches and Engines Alike).Charles/Red Engine: Controversy! by thejonateers
As anyone who has consulted more than one Railway Series illustration will know, there are contradictions. There are discrepancies.
One such discrepancy - my full explanation of which will be uncovered if I choose to release my timeline - has led me to believe the 'red engine' seen pushing Henry I in The Sad Story of Henry, which you may remember I have given the name Charles, never actually existed. Rather, in keeping with Middleton's consistent and single 'red engine' of