Can my child take part in their favourite CBeebies show?

Most children taking part in CBeebies programmes are found by means of casting sessions run by our production teams to find children to take part in a particular show.

Such casting sessions usually take place in schools and nurseries, and take account of many factors - for example, different shows require different types of contribution, such as specific age ranges, or links to the subject matter of the programme.

Whenever there are any open opportunities to take part in our programmes, details will be posted on this page and promoted through our social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter.

You can also keep up to date with all the BBC's live events and audience opportunities by registering with the BBC Shows, Tours and Events website.

If there aren't any current opportunities listed here, it means that we're not currently looking for children to take part in any filming. We regret that we are unable to consider requests for individual children or specific schools or nurseries to take part in future programmes.

Ferne & Rory’s Vet Tales series 2 are looking for new stars!

CBeebies Animal experts Ferne and Rory are back and ready to meet more children, more poorly pets and more fantastic vets from all over the UK!

After a wonderful first series of Ferne & Rory’s Vet Tales, the team are now looking for applications for series 2.

From a pregnant parrot to a snake with scurvy; an itchy iguana to a diabetic dog: if you know a child aged 4 – 7 years with a pet who needs the care of a vet, we want to hear from you! We want to help children understand that, just like us, animals get sick and can sometimes need a little help from the experts.

No animal is too big, too small, too loud or too hairy!

• We are looking for confident, chatty and outgoing children, aged 4 – 7 years, who have an adult family member also willing to take part in the filming.

• The pet doesn’t need to be a house pet! It can be a farm animal, a nursery pet, or even an animal within the community, but the child must have a connection to the animal and the animal must have an existing condition.

• If selected, filming will be a maximum of three days at some point between May and October 2018.

How to apply:

If you’d like to apply to take part, please download and complete the application form.

Important information

• All contact made with us must be from an adult and not a child.

• Your completed application form must include a recent photograph of the child and their pet (please note that we will not be able to return any hard copies sent via a postal application).

• The closing date for applications is 31st July 2018.

• Applications can only be submitted by post or e-mail. E-mail your completed application form to vettales@bbc.co.uk or post it to the address below:

Debbie McLeod Ferne & Rory’s Vet Tales Zone 4.01 BBC Scotland,

40 Pacific Quay,

Glasgow,

G51 1DA

• Please note if you have not heard from us by the end of September 2018 it means we will not be taking your application any further. Applicants who are contacted are not guaranteed a place on the show. Thank you and good luck!

• The BBC is committed to protecting you and your family's personal information. We will keep your information confidential and we will only use your information within the BBC to help us make 'Ferne & Rory’s Vet Tales'.

Please see the BBC's privacy policy for more information. By emailing you will be confirming that you have read and agree to the Terms and Conditions.

How can my family attend the CBeebies Christmas Show?

Tickets for the CBeebies Christmas Show are usually allocated via a public ballot, which takes place in the Autumn. It is too early for us to have any information about the Christmas 2018 show as yet, but details will be posted here as soon as it’s available. You can also keep an eye on our social media accounts for news, or sign up to the BBC Shows and Tours mailing list.

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