Bertha is a British stop motion animated children's television series about a factory machine. It was produced by Woodland Animations and aimed primarily at pre-school children.
The series was set in an industrial unit occupied by Spottiswood and Company, a small manufacturing plant which produces a wide range of goods ranging from cuckoo clocks to windmill money depository boxes.
The show focused on an extraordinarily capable factory machine named Bertha. In each episode there would be some sort of daily crisis involved in factory production. With the help of her friends (the factory workers), Bertha invariably solves the problems.