(The Skeksis they performed was actually SkekEkt (the info is detailed in one of the programme's annuals)
(This was all false information. I have this on tape.)
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==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
*1983 - [[Louise Gold]], [[Tim Jones]] and [[David Barclay]] perform [[Skeksis]] ([[SkekEkt]] to be precise), [[Fizzgig]] and [[Podlings]] for the UK premiere of ''[[The Dark Crystal]]''.
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*1983 - [[Louise Gold]], [[Tim Jones]] and [[David Barclay]] perform three [[Podlings]] doing a podling dance on the evening of the UK premiere of ''[[The Dark Crystal]]''. They let us see the the performers and show us how they perform.
 
*September, 22th 1986 - [[Jim Henson]] and [[Kermit the Frog]] guests. Jim shows how Kermit works with rods on his arms and they discuss [[Muppet Babies]] then show a clip.
 
*September, 22th 1986 - [[Jim Henson]] and [[Kermit the Frog]] guests. Jim shows how Kermit works with rods on his arms and they discuss [[Muppet Babies]] then show a clip.
 
*May 16, 1990 - A tribute to Jim Henson by showing his Blue Peter interview from September, 22th 1986 edition.
 
*May 16, 1990 - A tribute to Jim Henson by showing his Blue Peter interview from September, 22th 1986 edition.

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Jim Henson and Kermit the Frog on Blue Peter in 1986

Blue Peter is a long-running BBC television programme for children began airing since October 1958.

It is named after the blue-and-white flag hoisted by a ship in port when it is ready to sail. The reasoning behind the choice of title is that the programme is intended to be a voyage of adventure and discovery for the viewers, constantly covering new topics.

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