Australian Eurovision artists feature on ‘Play School Show Time’
Over the last couple of months many Australian Eurovision artists have been showcased in mini episodes of ‘Play School Show Time’ on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Australia’s national broadcaster.
Play School is an Australian educational television show for children well known over generations. It is Australia’s longest running children’s show making its debut in 1966.
‘Play School Show Time’ invites Australia’s most iconic performers and entertainers to perform special renditions of a song, story, skit or nursery rhyme.
Recent new episodes featured Australian Eurovision artists and ‘Eurovision - Australia Decides’ artists singing their rendition of children’s classic songs.
They include (links provided):
Casey Donovan with ‘Train Is A Coming’
iOTA with ‘Put A Spot’ and ‘Spotty Song’
Montaigne with ‘The Paper Song’
Also over the week previously released Play School mini episodes which were part of ‘Play School Celebrity Covers’ in 2016 featuring Australian artists have returned and are now featured as part of ‘Play School Show Time’. They include three Australian Eurovision artists and a very popular Australian Eurovision spokesperson:
Dami Im with ‘Somewhere over the Rainbow’
Guy Sebastian with ‘Singing In The Rain’
Kate Miller-Heidke with ‘The Owl And The Pussycat’
Lee Lin Chin and Takaya Honda with ‘The Emperor’s New Clothes’
‘Play School Show Time’ is on weekdays on ABC Kids at 10.10am AEST. These episodes are also available on ABC iView and the ABC Kids app.
ABC iView is available in Australia, with limited content available for overseas viewers, click here for more information.