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Children's Day Special 14th November Comedy

It's Children's Day today and what better way to celebrate than by laughing at the antics of the little ones. To help you entertain your kids (and yourself) on this glorious day, we've put together a handpicked collection of the very best children's day special editions from around the world. From Australia to the UK, Japan to South Africa, and throughout the US. It's a great excuse to spend some quality one-on-one time with your loved ones while eating candyfloss and ice cream.

US: Good Clean Fun For All Ages

The United States of America proudly boasts some of the world's most beloved children's day specials. From Tweety Bird and Lucky the Leprechaun to the Grinch and the Teletubbies. It's fair to say that the Americans really do love their children and what better way to show it than by celebrating the little ones' birthday with family and friends. In the country that gave us the magnificent Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, you'll find a wide array of delightful characters to entertain the little ones.

UK: Silly Songs And Amazing Grace

The United Kingdom also has a glorious tradition of comical children's day broadcasts, thanks in large part to the wonderful voices of the British. From Benny Bunny to Ivor The Tutor, and every English teacher's favourite, Terry the Train, the United Kingdom's children's day specials are full of silliness and laughter. Although the UK has given the rest of the world a lot, it has also kept a great deal of its quirky humour and love of puns. Children's day in the UK is all about putting your feet up, having some tea and cake, and laughing at the antics of the kids.

AU: An All-Australian Blend Of Laughs, Magic And Mayhem

The rest of the world looks to Australia for their comedy and entertainment exports. From Benny Goodman and Ernie Coombs to Stephen King and Richard Simmons, the entire country produces some of the most hilariously funny comedians in the world. With the exception of American comedians, who you'll often find based in LA, most stand-up comics in Australia perform in front of a live audience. Some of them are even famous for their childlike humor, like Bill Bailey and Barry McGraw, whose characters feature in the hilarious documentary, Bill Bailey's Musical Roadshow. It would be a mistake to think of Australian stand-up comedy in terms of stereotypes, it's a much more complicated story. All those giggles you'll hear coming from behind the counter at an Australian supermarket are a sure sign that you're in for a treat.

JP: Japanese Children's Day Is All About Sumo Wrestlers, Bonsai Trees And Panda Bears

Japan also produces some fantastic children's day specials, with unique traditions and wonderful characters. From Koito Yokoyama and his Sumo Wrestlers to his signature song, "Umaguchi No Theme," and the fantastic pandas of Tange Land, to name just a few. It's not surprising that Nippon (Japan) is the only country in the world to refer to their children as kodama (tree spirits). What's more, Japanese children traditionally receive a small cake resembling a pine tree when they reach the age of five. This is to symbolize their transition from babyhood to childhood, and the beginning of their journey to become an independent person. It is interesting to note that the most popular character in Japan for children today is probably not Susumu Otoshi – a traditional Japanese game show host who began entertaining infants back in the day – but rather Hello Kitty, the much-loved cartoon character that has now transcended the generations.

CA: A Broad Spectrum Of Comic Relief

Comedy Central Canada is also home to some wonderful children's day specials that you might like to check out. The station is known for its absurdist comedies and sketches that are often satirical in nature, but in keeping with the spirit of children's day it would be a mistake to think of the comedy from this part of the world as being a stereotype. In fact, you'll often see Canadian comedians poking fun at all kinds of everyday situations and characters, with a child-friendly slant. Some of the most popular shows on CC include; The Daily Show, Nathan For You, and Childrens' Theme, to name but a few.

ZA: A Grand Unified Theory Of Entertainment

Finally, we arrive at one of the most magnificent countries in the world, South Africa. It would be a mistake to think that all comedy in South Africa is political or satirical in nature; there is also a tradition of funny children's day broadcasts in the country, which you can binge-watch online. South Africa's very own Stuttering George is responsible for some of the funniest children's day shows you'll ever see. The veteran comedian performed in front of live audiences throughout most of his life, but began recording comedy shows for children in 1995. He would regularly record comedy specials for children every Saturday, which were later rerun every week during the school holidays. The most recent of these specials was recorded a few weeks back and is available to stream or download. It's a fitting tribute to the man responsible for many childhood memories that we should all celebrate his work by enjoying a few hours of laughter today.

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