Find all you need for a contented family on the BBC.
BBC THREE and CBeebies offer a range of programming in 2005 to put
a smile on the face of babies and toddlers, not forgetting their parents
and carers - there's even some solace for sulky teenagers.
Successful parenting programmes such as Little
Angels and Who Rules the Roost
have already signposted BBC THREE as the channel for distinctive and
entertaining factual programmes on parenting.
In 2005 the channel expands its successful Little Angels brand as Dr
Tanya Byron gets to grips with truculent teenagers in Teen
A new documentary series examines the complex stories of expectant
mothers, and in The Week the Women Went (working
title), find out how an English village community copes when all the
women are taken away for a week.
CBeebies is already loved by pre-school children in the UK as well
as their parents and carers, and is the leading pre-school TV brand.
Research shows that parents trust CBeebies as a safe and trusted environment,
which encourages their children to learn as they watch and play along
with their favourite characters.
With its wealth of quality programming including popular shows such
as Balamory and Tweenies,
and programmes for children with special educational needs such as Something
Special, CBeebies continues to captivate and educate young
children with inspired characters and formats.
2005 sees the channel expand its innovative programming with a new
series - Razzledazzle - designed
to help nurture and extend the pre-school viewers' understanding and
appreciation of language.
There's also new series of the popular Boogie Beebies which encourages
an interest in dance, healthy movement and singing; new episodes of
the successful pre-school cookery show Big Cook Little Cook; and more
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