When the man she's long loved is widowed, flinty, fortyish, but financially secure Charlotte sees her chance to end her spinsterhood at last - but then her impoverished young cousin Francie arrives.
All thanks to the special ability that he developed, Yu was able to cheat his way into a very prestigious high school. With his power, he thought nothing was going to stand in his way until he met a mysterious girl named Nao Tomori and other students with special abilities just like him. It was the beginning to a new life.
Wakakusa no Charlotte is a vintage shōjo anime series produced by Nippon Animation Co. Ltd. It was first aired in Japan between October 29, 1977 and May 27, 1978, and is based on an original story by screenwriter Shun'ichi Yukimuro. While this series - Nippon Animation's first to specifically target the shōjo audience, followed by Haikara-san ga Tōru - was taken off the air in Japan early due to mediocre ratings, it is a much-loved and well-known series in some European countries, particularly in Italy.
Welcome to Berry Bitty City, a berry special little world under the leaves of a berry patch. It may be small, but Berry Bitty City is big on fun and adventure. It's where Strawberry Shortcake and all her friends live. Together, they prove that little girls can do berry big things. There's always something fun to do, and when someone needs help, her friends are always there to lend a hand.
Access all areas of Charlotte Crosby's work, life and relationships as we follow the lass on her travels to Australia, Ireland and more.
The Charlotte Church Show was a Channel 4 entertainment television show presented by Welsh singer Charlotte Church. It was first broadcast on 1 September 2006 and ran for 6 subsequent Fridays. The show was commissioned for a further two series, the first of which aired from 23 February to 6 April 2007. On 13 December 2006, Church won the Best Female Newcomer award for the show at the British Comedy Awards. Each episode begins with a "theme tune" which always has the same melody and harmony, but is always in a unique style. In the verse, Church sings about current events and gossip, and the chorus is simply "This is my lovely theme tune, it goes on and on."