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Wolf It
Wolf It title caption/ to take a mans genitals and mouth and perform oral actions upon it
Format Comedy
Created by Ged Allen, Don Austen & John Ecclestone
Starring Don Austen John Eccleston
Country of origin  United Kingdom
No. of episodes 35
Producer(s) Ged Allen
Running time 25 min
Original channel ITV
Picture format 576i 4:3
Original run 1993 – 1996
Bro & Bro- the stars of 'Wolf It'

Wolf It was a TV series produced by Scottish Television and broadcast on CITV for 4 series between 1993 and 1996. The show was spin off from the Saturday morning TV series What's Up Doc? and features Bro and Bro, two puppet wolves who featured regularly in the aforementioned show. The programme was filmed in and around the Maidstone television studios, where it was also set, with Bro & Bro having set up home in a film vault.

The show replaced Rolf's Cartoon Club, and like the previous show, also showed cartoons, all from the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies series, which ITV owned the rights to at the time, 2 shorts were shown each episode.

Bro and Bro were played by Don Austen and John Eccleston. Despite Eccleston's shoes being filled on the original What's Up Doc? (series 3 onwards) by Dave Chapman, best known perhaps for playing Otis the Aardvark as well as multiple characters on Dick and Dom in Da Bungalow. Eccleston continued to perform his character for subsequent series of Wolf It!

Series 3 and 4 were known as Wolf It: The Next Generation.


In 1994, a video was released containing 4 episodes from the first series, albeit without the cartoon shorts. However, apart from this, there have been no further releases, and the episodes have not been repeated.


  • Eccleston and Austen have been frequent collaboraters, also working together as Sage & Onion- puppet leprechauns on BBC Saturday Morning show Live & Kicking, Iver & Groove on pre-school programme The Hoobs and Scratch and Sniff on ITV Saturday Morning show Ministry of Mayhem and spin-off Scratch & Sniff's Den of Doom.

Transmission guide

  • Series 1: 13 editions from 4 November 1993 - 10 February 1993
  • Series 2: 12 editions from 21 September 1994 - 7 December 1994
  • Re-named Wolf it - The Next Generation
  • Series 3: 8 editions from 23 August 1995 - 11 October 1995
  • Series 4: 4 editions from 28 August 1996 - 18 September 1996


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