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Ragdoll Productions

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Ragdoll Productions
IndustryTelevision production company
Founded26 July 1984; 37 years ago (1984-07-26)
FounderAnne Wood
Key people
Anne Wood
Andrew Davenport
Robin Stevens
ParentRagdoll Ltd.

Ragdoll Productions is a British television production company founded in 1984 by Anne Wood, who had previously worked for Yorkshire Television and TV-am. It is located in Stratford-upon-Avon, and has produced a number of children's programmes, most notably Teletubbies, Rosie and Jim, Brum, Boohbah, Tots TV, In the Night Garden..., and Pob's Programme.

Ragdoll Productions is owned by Ragdoll Ltd.,[1] which in 2006 formed a joint venture with BBC Worldwide, Ragdoll Worldwide, to sell and license the company's programmes outside of the UK and North America. On 16 September 2013, Ragdoll Worldwide was sold to Canadian production company DHX Media (later WildBrain) for £17.4 million (or USD$24 million)[2] WildBrain now owns the rights to a majority of Ragdoll's programming. Despite Ragdoll Worldwide being sold, Ragdoll Productions themselves remain as an independent company and still continue to make shows to this day.

Pre-Ragdoll productions

The following are some of Ragdoll's productions before the company was founded, accompanied by a brief description and vital statistics:

Ragdoll's productions

All of the following shows (except Pob's Programme, Playbox, and Storytime and B.O.T. and the Beasties) are now owned by WildBrain (formerly DHX Media).

The Ragdoll Shop

The Ragdoll Shop in Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire was a shop that consisted of themed play areas based on Ragdoll properties and an area where merchandise was sold. The store originally opened in 1992, and traded until 2005, due to expansion limits and failure to find a new larger venue.[3]

The building that formerly housed the shop is now a optometrist's practice named Dr. CP Grey's. The picture of Rosie and Jim waving can still be seen in the black window at the top of the building.


  1. ^ "Ragdoll puts sales joint venture with BBC Worldwide on the market". The Guardian (London). 29 January 2013. Retrieved 22 March 2014.
  2. ^ "Teletubbies owner bought by Canadian firm DHX Media". The Guardian (London). 16 September 2013. Retrieved 22 March 2014.
  3. ^

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