Chorlton and the Wheelies was an animated children's television series that ran from September 1976 until June 1979 on British Television Channel (ITV). It followed the adventures of Chorlton, a fictional happiness dragon, in Wheelie World.
Chorlton and the Wheelies was created by Cosgrove Hall for the ITV station Thames Television, and the eponymous lead character gets his name from the suburb of Manchester in which the Cosgrove Hall studio was based: the legend "Made in Chorlton-cum-Hardy" is found written on the inside of the egg from which he hatches in the very first episode of the series.
Ronald Lawrence Mallett is an American theoretical physicist, academic, and author best known for his scientific position on the possibility of time travel.
Curated by Joey Mansfield
Total Runtime: 0:27:15
Devastated by the loss of his father, Ron Mallett found hope in an unlikely place: H.G. Wells' The Time Machine. Mallett, now a physics professor at the University of Connecticut, discusses how his father's death led him on a lifelong quest to build a time machine, the Spike Lee movie based on his life, and how time travel may not be as far off as many might think.
Dazzle Dancin features the real stars from today's hottest movies, videos, and records...featuring original music composed and performed by Tommy Faragher of "Staying Alive," a special appearance by Marine Jahan, the sensuous dancer who put the flash into "Flashdance," and with America's no. 1 radio and TV personality, Rick Dees. So step out with Dazzle Dancin and learn how the music of the 80's is moving people like they've never been moved before!