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Tik Tak is a Belgian children's program that aired from 1981 to 1991 at the BRTN.
The program was conceived by Mil Lenssens that the program idea came when he was a few kids looked fascinated watching the broadcast of a lotto draw. The predictable, repetitive mix of colors, movement and musical rhythms he processed with Clien De Vuyst in the program.
There were 366 episodes included (good for one episode per day, with 1 extra episode for leap years). Each episode begins with sheep (and the occasional dog ) that at sunset on a rotating platform, and ends with a shadow figure ( Ann Ricour ), which all kinds of adventures in five different color books.
The first broadcast of the program took place on 1 November 1981 by BRTN (originally called BRT). Until 2006 it was broadcast on Ketnet, now it's gone from the tube.
The program was sold to about 30 countries, including, for example Australia , Netherlands (where the KRO , Kindernet and TROS aired), Israel , Saudi Arabia , BabyFirstTV in United States and South Africa . It is thus one of the biggest export products that Belgian television has ever known.
In July 2012 brought the German house duo Digitalism the song Falling from which the clip consisted of fragments of Tik Tak.
Tik Tak and Hopla
In 1999, Tik Tak was succeeded by Hopla.Last modified on 28 April 2013, at 18:17