Childrens Television

Is What Your Children See on TV Destroying Their Health?

Sandra Roycroft-Davis | Posted 08.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Sandra Roycroft-Davis

IMAGINE you find your children watching a TV programme that portrays smoking, drinking and drug-taking as normal everyday behaviour. What will your reaction be?

Is Danger Mouse the Best the BBC Can Do?

Paul Blanchard | Posted 18.06.2014 | UK Entertainment
Paul Blanchard

I love Danger Mouse. Well, I loved it when I was eight. I'd probably love it again now if I was still eight. But the announcement that Danger Mouse was being remade by the BBC was a bit of a shock. Is it really the best children's TV the BBC can do today? Are there really no talented British animation houses with original stories to tell?

Red Lipstick - A Display of Confidence or Sexiness?

Nicci Roscoe | Posted 01.04.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Nicci Roscoe

Whilst I agree with the BBC for banning children's TV presenters from looking too sexy on air with their clothes, I disagree with them stopping red lipstick being worn on children's programmes. Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz had red lips and so does Snow White. Does that make them provocative?

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.