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Rod, Jane and Freddy were a singing trio who appeared in children's programming on the British TV channel ITV in the 1970s, 1980s and early 1990s. They starred both in the long-running series Rainbow and their own 15-minute show, The Rod, Jane and Freddy Show. The trio have also made guest appearances in other children's TV shows including The Sooty Show.

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  • Rod, Jane and Freddy were a singing trio who appeared in children's programming on the British TV channel ITV in the 1970s, 1980s and early 1990s. They starred both in the long-running series Rainbow and their own 15-minute show, The Rod, Jane and Freddy Show. The trio have also made guest appearances in other children's TV shows including The Sooty Show.
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  • Rod, Jane and Freddy were a singing trio who appeared in children's programming on the British TV channel ITV in the 1970s, 1980s and early 1990s. They starred both in the long-running series Rainbow and their own 15-minute show, The Rod, Jane and Freddy Show. The trio have also made guest appearances in other children's TV shows including The Sooty Show. The original trio consisted of Rod Burton, Jane Tucker and Matthew Corbett, when they were known as "Rod, Matt and Jane". Matthew left the trio in 1976 to continue hosting The Sooty Show after his father retired. Matthew was replaced by actor Roger Walker, whereupon the trio became known as "Rod, Jane and Roger". When Walker left in 1980 to continue his career in acting he was replaced by Freddy Marks, leading to the best remembered incarnation of the trio. During their three decades working on children's television they managed to write over 2,500 songs on various topics using many different music styles, Most were comedic but others had deeper meanings. Overall they have written and produced ten albums and twenty-four videos, and conceived and performed jingles for commercial radio, theme and title music for TV and songs for pantomimes.
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