Titteliture

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Titteliture
Also known asBarnens adventskalender
Genre children
Country of originSweden
Original languageSwedish
No. of seasons1
No. of episodes24
Production
Production company Sveriges Radio-TV
Release
Original network SVT
Original release27 November (1960-11-27) 
24 December 1960 (1960-12-24)
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Titteliture was the Sveriges Television's Christmas calendar and Sveriges Radio's Christmas Calendar in 1960. The radio version was called Barnens adventskalender ("The Children's Christmas Calendar").

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Every time, except for Wednesdays (that were TV-broadcasting-free in Sweden at that time), a "tomte" called Titteliture (a name created from tittut, the Swedish term for "peekaboo") opens a calendar window. Behind each calendar window is a guest, and adventure or a riddle. [1]

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References

  1. "Barnens adventskalender" (in Swedish). Sveriges Radio. 1960. Retrieved 3 December 2014.