Harry and the Wrinklies was a children's television series which produced three series between 1999 and 2002. The show was produced by Scottish TV and SMG TV Productions that aired on CITV. It was based on a novel of the same name by Alan Temperley. It starred Nick Robinson as the title role. The show has often been repeated since February 2007 on the CITV Channel. When Harry's parents die on holiday, he is adopted by his aunts. These aunts run an old folks' home where every inhabitant is a retired criminal or scam artist, and these "Wrinklies," in a new twist on the Robin Hood tale, routinely commit various crimes in order to donate large sums of money to charity. The Wrinklies' archenemies were a corrupt judge and his evil girlfriend, Percy 'Beastly' Priestly and Gestapo Lil. Harry has a dog called Tangle. Later on in the series, Lil brings along her niece Katie to spy and find out what the wrinklies are planning although she is close friends with Harry even though she has to work for Lil. In the final series, Percy invites his brother Piggy to help out with his and Lil's scheming plans while Percy is in prison.