Which is not to be confused with…

… the 1970s

Each episode of the series, broadcast on Sunday mornings, focused on a particular theme. One episode, for instance, was about snakes, and another was about motorcycles. Chapin would introduce the topic in much the same manner: “I think a snake is what I’ll be. Imagine all the possibilities.” After that there would be a sort of free association presentation on the theme featuring stock footage, animation, and Chapin’s music and voiceover commentary. The quick-cutting, free-association, stream-of-consciousness style of the show caused Chapin, years later on a talk show, to describe Make a Wish as “a show for six-year old speed freaks.”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Make_a_Wish_(TV_series) (my emphasis added)