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  1. After stepping off the CBeebies stage at the Summer in the City event in Salford, we managed to get an exclusive interview with the one and only Rastamouse... How was that for you Rastamouse? Dat was a wicked gig an' dem likkle ones out dere got into da groove fi sure. How does the crowd u...

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  2. I thought I would share a little moment of excitement in the CBeebies offices on Friday. We were joined by none other than the fantastic Gary Barlow who took time out of his busy schedule to film a bedtime story. Oh there is a big treat in store for all you fans of Take That, and a wonderful g...

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  3. CBeebies Playtime is a free app for you and your little ones to enjoy and is filled with lots of great games for kids.

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  4. Why would a grown man spend over two years of his life making a preschool series about a band of four singing potatoes? Hmm. This is a good question and I have been struggling all day to come up with a suitable answer. I am Josh Selig, founder and president of Little Airplane Productions. P...

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  5. Hi everyone it's Justin here! I am very excited to announce that Gigglebiz series 2 started yesterday on Cbeebies! Watch out for our fantastic line-up of new characters including Opera Oliver, Rod and Annette, Keith Fit and Doctor Doctor. It's so thrilling to see the programme we have been wor...

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  6. I am a Specialist Midwife for smoking in pregnancy and was lucky enough to be involved in the BBC Three series Misbehaving Mums to be, part of the Bringing Up Britain season. The season is a collection of factual programmes looking at the experiences and difficulties facing young parents in Brit...

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  7. Hi, I'm Joe Elliot, the creator of Alphablocks. I'm delighted to tell you about series two, which has (we think) turned out rather nicely. It's bigger and better - and it goes back to basics. We were thrilled when the BBC asked us to make two more series - it meant all those extra stories in...

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  8. We chat to Q Pootle 5 producer, Ben Butterworth, about making the music for the series, and why music is important in children's TV. 

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  9. Q Pootle 5, the friendly little alien who first appeared in the books by the hugely popular children’s author and illustrator Nick Butterworth, has made the leap from page to screen with a brand new series on CBeebies. Nick tells us more about the programme in this blog.

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  10. During the last five years I have conducted a report and a subsequent review looking at the risks to children from exposure to potentially harmful or inappropriate material on the internet and in video games. It's given me a fascinating insight in the emerging world we are now living in, where o...

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  11. How one CBeebies dad has taken up the challenge to work more physical activity into family life, balancing a busy schedule and two energetic boys.

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  12. Hello everyone it's Alex here! Welcome to my first blog! I'm going to be posting on here every now and then to let you know all about what's going on in the CBeebies house. This half term we're celebrating 'Do Someting New' week at CBeebies encouraging everyone to get out there and try s...

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  13. I cannot believe that it is nearly 11 years ago since I first joined the good ship CBeebies and what a truly amazing journey it has been. There have been so many highlights, far too many to mention, but the ones that are at the forefront of my mind are playing keepy uppy with the legend that i...

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  14. Tuesday 7th February is Safer Internet Day - check out Alex's top tips for helping your children prepare to enjoy the internet safely: Thanks to these people from creative commons: tm22, Wilson (Army Gal), Joint Base Lewis McChord and Pusteblumenland . The Internet can b...

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  15. Ferne and Rory visit elephants, hippos and meet a man named Danger (!) while filming some very special episodes of My Pet and Me from Liwonde National Park in Malawi.

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  16. Magic Hands is a ground-breaking new show featuring poetry for children translated into British Sign Language. Ashley Kendall, one of the presenters, tells us about the challenges of translating poetry into British Sign Language and more!

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