We all look back on kids' TV with a lot of nostalgia and whilst we always talk about the shows we often forget the presenters that gave us those shows. Whether you watched CBBC or CITV there were classic presenters that entertained us after school and introduced our favourite cartoons and shows during the week and on Saturday mornings. So let's give praise to these staples of our childhoods as we look at some of the best kids TV presenters from back in the day. Neil Buchanan Neil Buchanan was a staple of the screens for over 20 years and presented some of our favourite shows. He presented Art Attack, Finders Keepers ZZZap! and Motormouth in his time at CITV. As well as presenting he also Produced ZZZap! and the classic game show Terror Towers. Philippa Forrester Philippa Forrester started her career as a children's presenter on British Forces Broadcasting Service before joining the CBBC team in the late '80s. She was the face of the Broom Cupboard until the mid-'90s and also presented a number of classic shows. Those shows included Robot Wars, Tomorrow's World and Barking Mad. Chris Packham Chris Packham was one of the presenters of the Really Wild Show and he was a real favourite. He always had different look from the other presenters with a more Rave image and his genuine passion for the environment made him instantly likable. he has been constant on our screens ever since, hosting Springwatch and its many offshoots as well as many other environmental programs. Dave Benson Phillips Dave Benson Phillips was one of the funniest presenters on kids' TV and we loved watching him. He presented the gameshow Get Your Own Back on CBBC in which kids could get revenge on an adult by covering them in gunge. As well as Get Your Own Back he also presented Wake Up In the Wild Room on GMTV. Sarah Greene Sarah Greene had an illustrious career in kids TV presenting some of the biggest shows of the time. She started out on Blue Peter before going on to present Going Live! and Saturday Superstore After kids TV she presented Pebble Mill and This Morning as well as appearing in Doctor Who, French & Saunders and the terrifying Ghostwatch. Tobi Anstis Tobi Anstis was a mainstay of the CBBC Broom Cupboard and was always joined by Otis the Aardvark. He presented CBBC from 1992 to 1995 before becoming the host of the music show The O-Zone. After this, he presented the National Lottery and is now a Radio DJ on Heart FM. Timmy Mallett Timmy Mallett started out as a radio DJ before becoming the presenter on one of the first Saturday morning kids shows Summer Run. After that, he hosted his own shows Wide Awake Club, Wacaday and Top Banana all of which helped pave the way for other shows. We will never forget his bright character, "utterly brilliant" catchphrases and of course Pinky Punky the foam Mallett and his novelty singles too for that matter. Yvette Fielding Yvette Fielding still holds the record of being the youngest ever Blue Peter presenter. She joined the show when she was 18 and hosted it for five years before moving to CITV Saturday morning show What's Up Doc? Whenever you talk to friends about presenters from the past she is always remembered fondly and she went on to present the hugely popular Most Haunted series. Terry Nutkins Terry Nutkins first came to our screens as co-presenter of Animal Magic. He then went on to become a household name presenting the Really Wild Show where he was very much loved for his caring nature and his wild hair. He sadly passed away in 2012 following a battle with Leukemia. Andi Peters Andi Peters became a household name in 1989 when he became the new presenter of The Broom Cupboard. Joined by Edd the Duck he was the face of CBBC for 4 years before moving on to host CBBC Saturday morning show Live & Kicking. He went on to become a producer, working on shows like The O-Zone, Top of the Pops and Shipwrecked. Philip Schofield Philip Schofield was the first presenter in the Broom Cupboard for CBBC which he hosted for two years. He then became the presenter of Going Live! which he presented with Sarah Greene from 1987 to 1993. Since then he has become one of the biggest presenters in British TV history presenting This Morning, The National Lottery and a number of other shows. Michaela Strachan Michaela Strachan was Co-host of the Wide Awake Club with Timmy Mallett before joining The Really Wild Show in 1993. She was also the Co-host of legendary rave show Hitman & Her between 1988 and 1992. As well as those shows she also presented Boogie Box, Countryfile, and Springwatch as well as being a Ladies World Gurning Champion. Pat Sharp Everybody knows Pat Sharp, don't they? He started out as a Radio DJ and went on to present the legendary kids game show Fun House for ten years between 1989 and 1999. He was also a presenter on CITV Saturday morning show What's Up Doc as well as Hang On! Andy Crane Andy Crane is perhaps the most loved kids TV presenter of all time. He was the presenter of the CBBC Broom Cupboard from 1986 to 1990 and introduced us to Edd the Duck. After The Broom Cupboard he went on to present Top of the Pops, Bad Influence!, Motormouth, What's Up Doc?, and Banzai. A true legend. So that's our rundown of classic kids TV presenters we hope you enjoyed the nostalgia trip. If we forgot one of your favourites let us know in the comments below.