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shogg Posted: Nov 6th 2010

It wasn't what i expected. I didn't enjoy it,i just wanted to see wallace and gromit not the inventions. But i will continue watching it,since i'm a fan!

NeilK Posted: Nov 6th 2010

I hope this is not the case, it's a brilliant idea to get kids interested in inventions. And who better to promote it than Wallace & Gromit? :) Please let it be a success....

katie Aardman Staff Posted: Nov 9th 2010

Hmm I think it won't be to everyone's tastes, as it's meant for a family audience, but the response has generally been good. Plus maybe people didn't realise the format of the show before they watch it...perhaps they should have visited our website first ;)

SockEyeSalmon Posted: Nov 9th 2010

I remember Raymond Baxter and Michael Rodd et al presenting a programme called Tomorrow's World - and our beloved chums have taken their baton for the 21st Century.

It's a cracking idea - give it a chance, people! it's only the first episode!

I actually thought it was great! :D

punkfairy Posted: Dec 19th 2010

i like the programme

-Wensleydale- Posted: Dec 22nd 2010

I found it to be very dissapointing with the whole real life documentary parts which make up 90% of the show. Plus I think the original charm and humour of Wallace and Gromit is missing in World of Invention.

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