Kids / Planet One Posse
Meredythe & The Recycle! Kids
with "Global Granny" Lou Harrison
Planet One, the fun global kids news magazine TV series, premiered on Earth Day 1996. Featuring a visit with marine artist Wyland, Keiko's ("Free Willy") airlift from Mexico City to the Oregon Coast Aquarium, Celebrity appearances by Jay Leno, Ted Danson, George Hamilton, and more!!!
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Workout Your Body!
Each week, the show will be jam-packed with high energy, low impact aerobic activity and movement, action sports, health and nutrition segments, eco-awareness and recycling tips, educational music videos, family events, national and international festivals. Kids aged 4 thru 11, and their parents will want to move 'n' groove to hip-hop'n'happenin' original music by Meredythe & The Recycle! Kids.
Tunes from tomorrow's future music stars, as well as some of today's legends, including former Beatle George Harrison, Sting, Richie Havens and Frank Zappa, score fun educational segments for kids. Celebrities such as Robin Williams, Jay Leno, Ted Danson, Eric Idle and others share their thoughts with kids about important issues like the environment and disabilities
Workout Your Brain!
Learn about history and science with The Smithsonian, Los Angeles Natural History Museum, and other nationally recognized institutions that contribute stories of great interest to all kids.
Meredythe was project director for Planet X Studios, at the first American Film Institute/Intel Enhanced Digital Television Workshop.
Planet One is currently being developed with an eye towards the convergence of the web and enhanced digital television.
Workout Your World!
Educational segments from the United Nations, Peace Corps, UNICEF, World Affairs Council, National Wildlife Federation, The Jane Goodall Institute, along with Planet One Posse Youth Leaders, provide positive role-models and encourage kids to make a difference, starting in their own neighborhood. Meredythe was a participant in the drafting of The Blueprint of Environmental Education for the Californias, funded by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).