Wielie Walie en Bennie Boekwurm is iets wat 'n groot deel van vandag se generasie van Suid-Afrikaaners wat in die 70's en 80's kinders was. Ek kan nou nog die musiek hoor in die voorhuis die dae wat ons mag TV gekyk het of nie op ons fietse of voete buite was nie ;-)\r\n\r\nFrom WIKIPEDIA: Wielie Walie (Pronounced Vee-lee Vaa-lee) was an Afrikaans children's variety programme created by Louise Smit featuring puppets, which was broadcast from the launch of television in South Africa in 1976. With Karel and Sarel, two best friends but always fighting. Bennie always ready to read a story, and the duck and the socks chatting. Bennie was called by the bee, blowing his trumpet and the flowers, singing for him to come up from his underground library. All of these characters lived in a playroom and a park, with Oom Gert and Tannie Magda. The name "Wielie Walie" also comes from a well known South African children's song, which ended up being the theme song for the show.