Cosgrove Hall, the creator of Dangermouse, has produced a series of animated inserts for Discovery Kids’ series How It Works. The programmes air during November and explain the ‘workings’ of mobile phones, toilets and girls to an audience of six- to ten-year-old boys. Libra Television commissioned Cosgrove. According to managing director at Libra Madeline Wiltshire, ‘There were some difficult concepts to explain, and animation was the only way of doing that.’
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