Good might! Sleep Well!

Demourova, Dasha
September 2004
Russian Life;Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p16
Points out that the Russian television program for preschoolers, "Good Night Sleep Well, Little Ones!" was first broadcast in September 1, 1964 and has changed very little over four decades. Featuring of a cartoon as well as some educational material; One of the few programs that teach kindness; Winner of the national TV TEFI Prize for "Best Children's Program" in 1997.


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