What Your Child's Favourite CBeebies Show Says About You

Crystal Lowery | Posted 13.01.2016 | UK Parents
Crystal Lowery

Family broadcasting is big business - there are lots of kid shows on air. As the gatekeepers of screen time, mums often play a role in which TV programs their children like. What your kids watch says a lot about you as a parent. For instance...

Cerrie Burnell On Why She's Celebrating Diversity In Her Kid's Books

The Huffington Post UK | Amy Packham | Posted 23.09.2015 | UK Parents

Cerrie Burnell might be best known for being a presenter on CBeebies, but having recently launched her third book she's becoming a well-established au...

Why I Wanted to Save CBeebies and 130,000 Agreed

Carl Knightly | Posted 22.09.2015 | UK Entertainment
Carl Knightly

CBeebies provides a significant role in the lives of parents with little ones, providing an excellent blend of both education and entertainment, and affords parents time to do something else (cooking dinner for example!) while their little one is relaxing, watching CBeebies.

Will Messy Get Kids to Love Science?

Lucy Gill | Posted 21.09.2015 | UK Parents
Lucy Gill

I really do hope that the show establishes a lifelong interest in science for my children and encourages them to ask why and how things work. I look forward to continuing to find myself humming the theme tune at work and hearing my children saying Balabalaboomboom! for the foreseeable future at least.

The Consequences Axing Cbeebies Will Have on Great Britain

Claire Kirby | Posted 15.09.2015 | UK Parents
Claire Kirby

Imagine already over stretched GP surgeries being inundated with mums needing appointments for kidney infections.  I mean seriously how are we going to go wee wee's without Cbeebies?

Look Who Are Back!

The Huffington Post UK | Matt Bagwell | Posted 20.03.2015 | UK Entertainment

‘The Clangers’ are back on our screens for the first time in over 40 years in a brand new series of the much-loved children’s show. A teaser ...

Kids TV Programmes - Friend or Foe? The Love-Hate Relationship Between Parents and Kids TV

Olivia Siegl | Posted 24.08.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Olivia Siegl

This may sound a little harsh, but if I have to endure any more of the tinkle tinkle sounds, bright colours and annoying voices of children's TV screeching through my consciousness I am going to lose my bloody mind!

'An Independent Scotland Will Keep The Pound, The Queen And Dr Who'

The Huffington Post UK | Asa Bennett | Posted 26.11.2013 | UK Politics

Alex Salmond has reassured Scottish voters that an independent Scotland would still keep the pound, the Queen as its head of state and access to watch...

Travelling in Style... With a Toddler

Nick Jones | Posted 08.12.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Nick Jones

In the 'old days', we wouldn't think twice about stuffing an overnight bag and whisking ourselves off for a long weekend somewhere, but once you are a 2 + 1 the logistics are a little more complicated, to say the least.

BBC Broadcasts Episode Of Tweenies Featuring 'Jimmy Savile'

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 20.01.2013 | UK

The BBC is being heavily criticised after airing a repeat of an episode of CBeebies show, 'Tweenies', depicting one of the characters dressed up as Ji...

Baby TV

Matt Zitron | Posted 25.09.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Matt Zitron

I don't mean to brag, but I watch a lot of Cbeebies. Before you have children your views on what's appropriate for them in many instances is wildly different from the reality of when they're there. I'm not talking about violence or content, though I'm sure when my kid is older than 17 months I will be; I'm talking about consumption.

Rastamouse Most Complained About Children's TV Show Of 2011 After Sparking Racism Row

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 16.01.2012 | UK

A BBC TV series about a crime-fighting Rastafarian mouse was the most complained about children’s programme last year. The show received more th...

How Mums Love To Ogle Children's TV Presenters

Emily Organ | Posted 26.10.2011 | UK Entertainment
Emily Organ

Being a stay-at-home mum is easy, right? You don't have to do a proper job and you can watch children's telly and drool over the TV presenters. That's what you'd think reading the papers this week anyway.