The CBBC Broom Cupboard | 25 Years of live Children's BBC presentation
CHANNEL | BBC 1
FIRST BROADCAST | 21 December 1987
DURATION | 23 minutes 32 seconds
In this compilation of items from the daytime TV review programme, Phillip Schofield explains what it takes to become a children's TV presenter. This edition is broadcast live from BBC Northern Ireland, where local children pose questions to Schofield about his career so far. Meanwhile, his successors in the 'Broom Cupboard', Andy Crane and Simon Parkin, go through some of the birthday cards they've received for young viewers.
Please note: This item has been edited to remove editorially unrelated material.
Noel Edmonds reminds Phillip Schofield of the day it all went wrong.
How a broken stopwatch caused mayhem for the 'Broom Cupboard'.
It's all going wrong for Debbie Flint.
Phillip Schofield answers viewers' questions.
How does Andy Crane compare to Phillip Schofield?
Edd the Duck takes on the challenge of 'Duck Dares'.
A familiar face in an unfamiliar setting.
How to make your own Edd the Duck.
Andi Peters surprises Phillip Schofield ahead of the latest 'Going Live!'
How do they make the bits in between the programmes?
It's Andi Peters' final 'Broom Cupboard' broadcast.
Josie D'Arby interviews Toby Anstis and takes on a joke challenge.
Why Nicholas Witchell is quackers about Edd the Duck.
Presenters and puppets who starred in the CBBC 'Broom Cupboard'.
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