It's not as if they only watch VeggieTales. They seem to have moved on from that anyways. We are fairly big Disney fans though we have decided against letting them watch new things as the woke/LGBT agenda is getting way too blatant. Wreck-it Ralph 2 was the last of the new releases we watched with them (I was unimpressed and wish we hadn't bought it for them). We already have many discussions with the older movies as it is. We have been watching "Home Improvement" with them and the character Jill (the wife) has a friend who is always putting Tim (the husband) down and starting fights between the two. So I use that to tell my kids that a marriage relationship is very special and they should never let their friends talk like that about their spouses. And if their friends don't listen then they're not good friends to be with. Or, how the insults and squabbles are funny on TV but not a good idea in real life. My dad always taught us to "talk back" to the TV and it helped me. Of the newer movies, we did let the kids see the "Sonic" movie and we were fairly impressed with it. Not just clean, but had a great message about family, and the married couple was presented as a united front who were gracious and understanding of each other, willing to give the benefit of the doubt.When I was growing up, I was allowed to listen to classical music on the radio or local talk radio only (mostly sports, news, agricultural information, and Lutheran programs.. Not even Gospel because it wasn't classical and who knew what doctrinal errors, etc. might be in the songs, or what the band members might be up to (even back then). When in school music programs, I was allowed to play traditional band and orchestra/chamber orchestra music. Vocal music was church choir, etc. Not allowed to listen to opera because of content.
I think the happy medium is to build a Biblical foundation for evaluating music and content, and then introduce various musics as an opportunity to discuss the merits and otherwise of different music, artists, styles, etc. This was easy in my house because parents were musical and not afraid to *discuss* modern music in a one-way manner
My kids are both still under 10 and my oldest is special needs (who seem to be the most targeted for this trans-agenda) so I definitely want to wait before introducing topics on sexuality. We are already planting the seeds of "one man and one woman". I don't want my kids worried about the sexuality of any kind yet. I like that innocence about kids and it never lasts long so I preserve it while I can.
And we are not big on music but our tastes are eclectic. We listen to classical but we also listen to a lot of parody and silly songs (parent pre-approved, of course) and old classic hits. My daughter got a kick out of "Who Wrote the Book of Love?". haha Oh, and TV theme songs, mostly old. And movie soundtrack themes. Our kids can identify many different themes. My husband also found a channel that takes old classical and movie themes and turns them into ragtime. It's fun.