It's 10 years on Saturday since CBBC got its own digital TV channel. We look back at some of the faces of the decade.
This is Blue Peter back in 2002 with presenters Simon Thomas, Konnie Huq, Liz Barker and Matt Baker with a young fan who got to appear on the programme.
CBBC is celebrating a big birthday this week. On Saturday 11 February it’s 10 years since the digital channel launched, showing only children’s programmes.
Jake Humphrey, who now presents the BBC's F1 programmes, and Sophie McDonnell were the first presenters on the channel when it went on air.
These are the presenters you would have seen if you tuned into Newsround in 2003. From left to right it's Ellie Crisell, Lizo Mzimba and Laura Jones.
The Sarah Jane Adventures is a favourite with the CBBC audience. It started in 2007 and is still as popular five years on. In fact the two-part story starring Doctor Who's Matt Smith got the highest ratings for a programme on the CBBC channel.
CBBC now reaches more than five times the audience it had in its first year. The channel is now watched by more than 1.8 million six- to 12-year-olds every week.
On February 11 2002 when it first started at Television Centre in London, the first programme on air was Xchange, an entertainment show.
Tracy Beaker is also one of CBBC's most popular programmes. This picture was taken in 2002 and shows Montana Thompson as Justine, Dani Harmer as Tracy and Chelsea Padley as Louise.
Do you remember this little man? No not Phillip Schofield, Gordon the Gopher! He was on CBBC back in the 80s as Phillip's sidekick in what was called the Broom Cupboard. CBBC started off on BBC One before it got its own channel.