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The Story of Tracy Beaker

Series 2 (15min Versions)

Episode 7: Bad Girls

on CBBC Channel

Drama series about a young girl and her life in a children's home. Tracy wants to be part of Amber's gang and tries to prove herself in an initiation test.

ChuckleVision

Series 19

Episode 10: Tomorrow's News

on CBBC Channel

Children's entertainment. Paul and Barry see into the future with tomorrow's newspaper. They try to help their local residents avoid accidents but create chaos. Show more

Contributors

Paul Chuckle:
Paul Chuckle
Barry Chuckle:
Barry Elliott
Mr Glazier:
Philip Anthony
Lady Philpotts:
Joyce Windsor
Policeman:
Richard Sutton

Bear Behaving Badly

Series 2

Episode 24: Freaky Fur Day

Duration: 21 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Comedy series. Nev and Mr Prank are swallowed up by the beanbag in the living room. Barney gets a shock as he pulls them free, only to find they've swapped bodies. Show more

Big Babies

Episode 7: Rainy Day

on CBBC Channel

Live action cartoon comedy. The babies watch a scary film on the telly. Budge watches it too and is inspired to build an assistant to help him gather more biscuits.

Contributors

Voice of Budge:
Doc Brown
Voice of Carole:
Sharon Horgan
Voice of Private Popper:
Matthew Steer
Voice of Eebie:
Daniel Cook
Voice of Geebie:
Eve Webster
Voice of Major Moustache:
Nick Helm
Voice of Koggs:
Doc Brown
Teddy Bez:
Gabriel Schucan
Voice of Dave:
Spencer Jones
TV Presenter:
Dionne Hughes
Dr Frankenstein:
Nick Helm
Voice of Snake:
Caroline May Jones
Frankenstein's Monster:
James Thompson
Voice of Frankenbudge:
Spencer Jones
Gonch's Stepmum:
Donna Louise Pearce
Voice of Gonch's Stepmum:
Spencer Jones
Puppeteer:
Jonny Sabbagh
Puppeteer:
Will Harper
Writer:
Jon Riche
Director:
Jon Riche
Executive Producer:
Jack Cheshire
Executive Producer:
Japhet Asher

Animals at Work

Series 1

Episode 4: Misty the Owl

Duration: 30 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Factual series with John Barrowman. Misty the owl prepares for his first public flight, and a police horse celebrates his retirement at Liverpool's Lord Mayor's Parade. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
John Barrowman
Presenter:
John Barrowman
Executive Producer:
Rob Carey
Executive Producer:
Rob Carey
Executive Producer:
Leonie Hutchinson
Executive Producer:
Leonie Hutchinson
Executive Producer:
Simon Lloyd
Executive Producer:
Simon Lloyd
Producer:
Joanne Cross
Producer:
Joanne Cross

M.I. High

Series 2

Episode 4: Fit Up

on CBBC Channel

Available for 10 months

Children's spy drama with high school kids Blane, Daisy and Rose. The teenage spies are stretched to the limit when a strange sleeping sickness hits Britain's kids.

Contributors

Director:
Toby Haynes
Mr. Flatley:
Chris Stanton
Ms. Templeman:
Jane Cameron
The Grandmaster:
Julian Bleach
Maximus Fiticus:
Colin McFarlane
Stewart Critchley:
Scott Gibbins

ChuckleVision

Series 19

Episode 10: Tomorrow's News

on CBBC Channel

Children's entertainment. Paul and Barry see into the future with tomorrow's newspaper. They try to help their local residents avoid accidents but create chaos. Show more

Contributors

Paul Chuckle:
Paul Chuckle
Barry Chuckle:
Barry Elliott
Mr Glazier:
Philip Anthony
Lady Philpotts:
Joyce Windsor
Policeman:
Richard Sutton

Bear Behaving Badly

Series 2

Episode 24: Freaky Fur Day

Duration: 21 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Comedy series. Nev and Mr Prank are swallowed up by the beanbag in the living room. Barney gets a shock as he pulls them free, only to find they've swapped bodies. Show more

The Story of Tracy Beaker

Series 2 (15min Versions)

Episode 8: Big Fight

on CBBC Channel

Drama series about a young girl and her life in a children's home. Justine and Tracy set up the boys as champions to wrestle on their behalf.

Big Babies

Episode 8: Arts and Crafts

on CBBC Channel

Live-action cartoon comedy. Carole takes Rocco and Brooks to the art gallery to see Biscuit Henge. Where there are biscuits, there must be Budge - and trouble.

Contributors

Voice of Budge:
Doc Brown
Voice of Carole:
Sharon Horgan
Voice of Private Popper:
Matthew Steer
Voice of Eebie:
Daniel Cook
Voice of Geebie:
Eve Webster
Voice of Major Moustache:
Nick Helm
Voice of Koggs:
Doc Brown
Teddy Bez:
Gabriel Schucan
Voice of Dave:
Spencer Jones
TV Presenter:
Dionne Hughes
Gonch's Stepmum:
Donna Louise Pearce
News Reporter:
Matthew Steer
Puppeteer:
Jonny Sabbagh
Puppeteer:
Will Harper
Writer:
Jon Riche
Director:
Jon Riche
Executive Producer:
Jack Cheshire
Executive Producer:
Japhet Asher

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