KIDS' TV

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.
I'm conducting a comparative study of children's TV programmes in the eighties and children's TV programmes today. That is to say, I'm trying to decide whether the children's TV I watched was more or less utterly ridiculous than that which The Toddler now watches.
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With the reboot of ‘Thunderbirds’ due to hit our screens this bank holiday, the return of the classic children’s show has
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When the screening started, our three children were so excited, they were flung into the first episode on a tidal wave of expectation. And they weren't disappointed. The show has everything a kid could want; action, intrigue, laughs, robots, magic and ninjas. And, of course, Lego.
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!
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Forget 'Power Rangers', 'Live & Kicking' and 'Sabrina The Teenage Witch' - we all remember those kids' classics from the
Streaming is so fast, and as a mum, a quick fix remedy to entertaining and educating a child, and in my case a life-saver for my jet-lagged little'un thanks to shows like Strawberry Shortcake.