There are five of them, they're all young exponents of "girl power", and they're one hundred percent manufactured. No, they're not the Spice Girls - or at least not the real ones - they're dolls, and they'll be in the stores in time for Christmas.
UK distributor Toy Options expects its foot-high versions of the pop group to make their way into thousands of Christmas stockings.
But Baby, Ginger, Sporty, Posh and Scary Spice won't have the market to themselves; watch out for Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa and Po.
A range of soft toys based on the four members of the BBC children's programme Teletubbies will bid boldly for the affections of younger ones.
LONDON, UK 16/10
00:00 MS ceiling of Stationers' Hall;
00:02 PAN down to exhibition displays;
00:08 WS another part of exhibition with media;
00:12 MS reporter holding dolls;
00:19 CU photograph of Spice Girls;
00:23 PAN of dolls - Posh, Baby, Sport, Scary, Ginger;
00:36 SOT Richard King, Chairman, The Character Group PLC;
00:48 WS Teletubbies;
00:50 CU two shot of Teletubbies;
00:54 CU one Teletubby asleep;
00:58 MS Barbie on computer screen;
01:01 PUSH to Barbie CD-Rom;
01:06 MS three Tamagotchis;
01:10 CU one Tamagotchi;
01:14 PAN Spice Girls;
01:20 Vision ends.
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