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The Award-Winning WGCU Curious Kids

 

WGCU Public Media premiered Curious Kids in the spring of 2011. As the only public broadcasting TV program in Florida starring kids and for kids, Curious Kids quickly became a big hit in Southwest Florida. WGCU has produced 14 Curious Kids programs featuring more than 140 segments highlighting My Self… healthy eating, exercise and self-esteem; My Backyard.. the world of Southwest Florida from and environmental and historical perspective; and My World… exploring the people, places and ecology of Southwest Florida and discovering characteristics shared with countries across the world. Under the direction of international children’s educator /singer/songwriter, Rosie Emery, dozens of kids from Southwest Florida have starred in this award-winning program.

 

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Explore nature, science, the arts, health and more topics with WGCU’s Curious Kids! Now you can dance along to fun music videos, learn about Southwest Florida, or hang out with cool animals anytime, anywhere. Check us out on YouTube and watch your favorite Curious Kids episodes and clips today.

 

 
 

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Rosie Emery

 

Meet Rosie

 

Rosie is quick to say that the stars of the show are the kids and the supporting cast and all the great people from throughout Southwest Florida who are featured in the programs. Rosie was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia but moved to England with her parents when she was 4 years old. Growing up in the legendary Sherwood Forest, she was passionate about animals and nature and was lucky enough to have several pets including a pony called Snibits, whom she would ride for hours at a time, exploring the beautiful countryside around her home. There is a beautiful 500 year old oak tree in Sherwood Forest, which is where Robin Hood is said to have hidden from the Sheriff of Nottingham! The tree is hollow inside and as a child, Rosie would hang out inside the tree, dreaming of all the events the tree had witnessed.

 

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