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Sorry, I've Got No Head

CBBC Channel

Sorry I've Got No Head

Series 1

Episode 12

Duration: 28 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Available for 2 months

Emily and Monty hunt for their big break, Sergeant Harrison goes on patrol and the Secret Negotiator gives out more invaluable advice.

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The Sarah Jane Adventures

CBBC Channel

The Sarah Jane Adventures

Series 1

Episode 6: Warriors of Kudlak: Part 2

Duration: 26 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Children's drama series from the makers of Doctor Who. Luke and Clyde have been kidnapped to be drafted as soldiers in an endless intergalactic war.

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Best of Friends

CBBC Channel

Best of Friends

Series 1

Episode 3

Duration: 30 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Rani and Abs present the show that tests the friendships of five close mates with a series of terrible tasks and tantalising treats. Show more

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Whizz Whizz Bang Bang

CBBC Channel

Whizz Whizz Bang Bang

Series 1

Episode 13: Maglev Scooter

Duration: 30 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Whizz Whizz Bang Bang, the show that takes viewers' crazy invention ideas and makes them happen. Another young creator gets to design and build their wacky invention. Show more

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Escape from Scorpion Island

CBBC Channel

Escape from Scorpion Island

Series 1

Episode 20

Duration: 25 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Adrenalin-fuelled adventure game presented by Reggie Yates and Caroline Flack. The teams push their endurance to the limit in challenges Weigh Me Down and Landing On Water. Show more

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ChuckleVision

CBBC Channel

ChuckleVision

Series 19

Episode 5: Strictly Chuckle

on CBBC Channel

Children's entertainment. Paul and Barry enter a dance championship to save Dame Alice's dance school. Unfortunately Barry has to be the female partner.

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Raven

CBBC Channel

Raven

The Dragon's Eye

Episode 8

on CBBC Channel

Children's fantasy game show. Now only 14 of the original 16 warriors survive. Raven keeps a wary eye on Ervan as they draw ever closer to the Forgotten Kingdom. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
James Mackenzie
Presenter:
James Mackenzie
Presenter:
Daniel Jackson
Presenter:
Daniel Jackson
Director:
Maria Stewart
Director:
Maria Stewart
Producer:
Dougie Napier
Producer:
Dougie Napier
Executive Producer:
Sue Morgan
Writer:
Mike James

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Class

CBBC Channel

Duration: 30 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Comedy sketch show with Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes. St Mungo's school is a disaster area. The Mayor is coming to open the new science block but two frogs have just blown it up. Show more

Contributors

Noggs:
Sam Nixon
The Mayor:
Ben Onwukwe
Head Boy:
Sam Nixon
Head Girl:
Mark Rhodes
Frog 2:
Sam Nixon
Merrydaze:
Mark Rhodes
Bernard:
Sam Nixon
Ethel:
Sam Nixon
M Pantalon:
Sam Nixon
Miss Swab:
Mark Rhodes
Carmen:
Sam Nixon
Miranda:
Mark Rhodes
Director:
Jack Jameson

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The Story of Tracy Beaker

CBBC Channel

The Story of Tracy Beaker

Series 1 (15min Versions)

Episode 25

on CBBC Channel

Drama series about a young girl and her life in a children's home. Tracy is furious with Mike when he accepts the offer of a new job, and she is determined to let him know it. Show more

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Richard Hammond's Blast Lab

CBBC Channel

Science game show. Richard and the teams try to get the most eggs into glasses of water by whisking away a mat. A Lab Rat cooks eggs and bacon by dragging a pan behind a van. Show more

Regional Variations (2)

The Basil Brush Show

CBBC Channel

Basil Brush

Series 1

Episode 8: Mean Genie

Duration: 24 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Children's comedy series featuring the irrepressible fox. Basil and friends find themselves sharing their home with a huge blue man - will he ever leave them in peace?

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About CBBC

CBBC is the BBC's multiplatform offering for 6-12 year olds bringing the very best drama, entertainment and factual programmes to its young viewers.

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