Blue Peter

Kids' TV today isn't what it used to be - it's all CGI and 3D. Back in my day, the most exciting plot twist involved a character opening their lunch box only to realise that their mum had packed them TWO Wagon Wheels, instead of one.
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While it does make a much more exciting and interesting story, which is why it's managed to survive over 30 years, it is complete nonsense. But we're slowly getting the truth out there.
The sexiness - or otherwise - of children's TV presenters is in the news, thanks to comments by a CBBC executive. And it
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News that Biddy Baxter is to receive a Special Award at this year's Children's BAFTA Awards ceremony will send a warm tickle
The BBC is launching a talent show with a difference - to find a new presenter for 'Blue Peter'. CBBC duo Dick and Dom will
Apple's chief designer Sir Jonathan 'Jony' Ive has been given a rare gold Blue Peter badge - and designed his own out of
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I finally retired last year after 36 years on the show to write my memoirs, but here's hoping Blue Peter and its brilliant presenters celebrate many more amazing adventures showing just how good the best children's TV can be.