Newsround Special Films
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The Japanese tsunami five years on - a Newsround report
Leah visited Japan to find out what life is like for people there five years after an earthquake triggered a tsunami that caused devastation in the country.
Bullying - The Newsround Debate
We know it can be really difficult if you're being bullied at school or online, so we created a special debate looking into the best way to stop bullying.
Hiroshima: A Newsround Special
Leah travels to the Japanese city of Hiroshima, which was completely devastated by a nuclear bomb during World War Two.
Being Me - a Newsround special
Newsround has made a new programme called Being Me, which explores how children feel about the way they look.
Growing Up Black In America - a Newsround report
Newsround reporter Ricky travels all over the United States to find out what life is like for black people in the USA.
America vs Food - a Newsround special
Ricky travels to America to find out more about the country's battle against obesity and discovers what we can learn to avoid the same fate.
Making friends: How to make friends on Planet Earth
CBBC wants everybody to say Bye Bye to Bullying - and Newsround has made a special programme about how to be a great friend.
Afghanistan War: Children of Kabul
Watch our Special on what life is like for kids in Kabul and their hopes for the future of Afghanistan.
Typhoon Haiyan: Surviving the Typhoon
Leah's been to the Philippines to find out how children there are coping following one of the most powerful storms ever, Typhoon Haiyan.
Nelson Mandela: Newsround in South Africa
Ahead of Nelson Mandela's funeral on Sunday, Ricky is in South Africa to find out what kind of nation Mandela has left behind for children there.
The recession: Hard Times
Newsround's special programme Hard Times looks at how kids in the UK have been affected by recession.
Dyslexia: My Dyslexic Mind
Find out what dyslexia is and how it affects the brain in Newsround's special programme 'My Dyslexic Mind'.
Racism in football special
Ore Oduba has been investigating the state of racism in football for a special Newsround report - including an interview with Fifa president, Sepp Blatter.
Starting secondary school: Up And Away
The move up from primary to secondary school can be intimidating for anyone, but what's it like if you're a bit different?
Domestic Violence: Behind Closed Doors
Behind Closed Doors explores the rarely talked about issue of children witnessing domestic violence.
Afghanistan: Growing up in a war zone
Sonali travels to Afghanistan to meet the children whose lives have been affected by war.
Afghanistan: Life on the Front-Line
Ore travels to Afghanistan to find out what life is like for British troops fighting in a war zone.
Alcoholism: Living With Alcohol
Watch this special Newsround show on how three children have been affected by alcohol.
East Africa Drought: Ricky visits Kenya
Newsround's Ricky travels to Kenya to see how aid agencies are trying to help the refugees of the East Africa drought.
Living in care: The Real Tracy Beaker
Dani Harmer, who plays Tracy Beaker in the hit CBBC series, presents a Newsround special where she finds out what it's really like to grow up in care.
More Newsround specials
Online bullying: Cyberbullying - a Newsround special
Cyberbullying - it's a problem we hear more and more about in the news. In this special Newsround, Ricky meets the kids who have been affected by bullying online.
Military Families: Frontline Families
Watch the latest Newsround Special where we look at the impact war can have on military families.
Autism: My Autism and Me
Autism is a condition that affects the way you live your life and see the world around you. Find out more about what it means with our special programme.
Internet safety: Caught in the Web
Caught in the Web is the latest Newsround special programme, and it's all about staying safe on the web.