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The Big Garage is a British-Canadian puppet children's television program that aired on The Learning Channel. It was produced by in association with . It debuted on TLC on September 29, 1997 within its Ready Set Learn children's block as a co-production with Canada's Family Channel. Aimed at preschool children, the show follows the adventures of a fleet of anthropomorphic taxicabs. Each episode has two short scenes. The first is about a stop sign called Stop, and the second is about a group of tools (a hammer, a saw, three spanners, some nuts and bolts, an oil can, and a pair of pliers).

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  • The Big Garage is a British-Canadian puppet children's television program that aired on The Learning Channel. It was produced by in association with . It debuted on TLC on September 29, 1997 within its Ready Set Learn children's block as a co-production with Canada's Family Channel. Aimed at preschool children, the show follows the adventures of a fleet of anthropomorphic taxicabs. Each episode has two short scenes. The first is about a stop sign called Stop, and the second is about a group of tools (a hammer, a saw, three spanners, some nuts and bolts, an oil can, and a pair of pliers).
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  • The Big Garage is a British-Canadian puppet children's television program that aired on The Learning Channel. It was produced by in association with . It debuted on TLC on September 29, 1997 within its Ready Set Learn children's block as a co-production with Canada's Family Channel. Aimed at preschool children, the show follows the adventures of a fleet of anthropomorphic taxicabs. Each episode has two short scenes. The first is about a stop sign called Stop, and the second is about a group of tools (a hammer, a saw, three spanners, some nuts and bolts, an oil can, and a pair of pliers). Reruns continued to air on the Smile network until the series pulled off the air in 2019
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