Time Trackers

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Time Trackers
Created by
Directed by
Narrated byGeorgia Rippin
ComposerAsh Gibson Greig
Country of origin
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes13 (list of episodes)
Production locations Wellington, New Zealand
CinematographySimon Baumfield
EditorDavid C. Jones
Running time30 minutes
Production companies
  • Taylor Media
  • Gibson Group
Original network
Original release22 September (2008-09-22) 
15 December 2008 (2008-12-15)

Time Trackers is a children's television series produced for the Seven Network in Australia and TV2 in New Zealand. The 13 half-hour episodes first screened in 2008. The series is a co-production of Gibson Group in New Zealand and Taylor Media in Australia.



Teenagers from different periods of history join forces to fight viruses threatening the history of human inventions. [1]

Cast and characters

Main cast

Guest cast


No.TitleDirected byWritten byAustralian air dateN.Z. air date
1"Gadget 2008" Thomas Robins Donna Malane22 September 2008 (2008-09-22)14 March 2009
2"Round Spinning Thing 2088 PH"Thomas RobinsDonna MalaneTBA21 March 2009
3"Pendulum Swing Like a Pendulum Do"Thomas RobinsDonna MalaneTBA28 March 2009
4"Gutenberg"Thomas RobinsTim GoodingTBA4 April 2009
5"Da Vinci"Thomas RobinsMiranda WilsonTBA18 April 2009
6"The Pacemaker" Danny Mulheron Donna MalaneTBA25 April 2009
7"Music Wars"Danny MulheronRon ElliotTBA2 May 2009
8"Mad King George"Thomas RobinsTim GoodingTBA9 May 2009
9"Newton"Thomas Robins Paula Boock TBA16 May 2009
10"Fire-pop"Danny MulheronTim GoodingTBA23 May 2009
11"The Future"Danny Mulheron Doug MacLeod TBA30 May 2009
12"Split Atoms"Danny MulheronPaula BoockTBA6 June 2009
13"The Final Countdown"Danny MulheronDonna MalaneTBA13 June 2009

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