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The Story of Tracy Beaker

Series 1 (15min Versions)

Episode 24

on CBBC Channel

Drama series about a young girl and her life in a children's home. Tracy loses patience with Cam and starts hunting down another potential foster family - a rich one, if possible.

Young Dracula

Series 1

Episode 9: The Sleepover

on CBBC Channel

Available for 2 months

Drama series following the misadventures of Count Dracula's children. The Branagh family are forced to stay in the castle - much to a thirsty Count Dracula's delight. Show more

Contributors

Count Dracula:
Keith-Lee Castle
Vladimir Dracula:
Gerran Howell
Ingrid Dracula:
Clare Thomas
Renfield:
Simon Ludders
Robin Branagh:
Craig Roberts
Graham Branagh:
Aneirin Hughes
Chloe Branagh:
Lucy Borja
Ian Branagh:
Ben McGregor
Paul Branagh:
Luke Bridgeman
Elizabeth Branagh:
Beth Robert
Producer:
Mia Jupp
Director:
Joss Agnew

Total Wipeout

Series 2

Episode 10: Celebrity Special

Duration: 1 hour

on CBBC Channel

Richard Hammond presents the game show, as ten celebs tackle one of television's largest and most extreme obstacle courses to win £10,000 for a charity of their choice. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Richard Hammond
Presenter:
Amanda Byram
Director:
Will Clough
Series Producer:
Andrew Norgate
Executive Producer:
Andy Rowe

The Slammer

Series 3

Episode 7: Slammer Power

on CBBC Channel

Entertainment show in which entertainers enter a mock prison. The electricity bill is sky high - will the Freedom Show be left in the dark?

Contributors

The Governor:
Ted Robbins
Mr Burgess:
Ian Kirkby
Peter Nokio:
Dave Chapman
Gimbert:
Lee Barnett
Writer:
Tony Cooke
Executive Producer:
Annette Williams
Series Producer:
Steve Ryde

Hotel Trubble

Series 2

Episode 5: Catz N Doggz

Duration: 30 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Children's sitcom. Rapper Z-Dogg comes to stay at the hotel and the staff are star-struck. Jamie insists they should treat him like any other guest, until he meets him. Show more

The Sarah Jane Adventures

Series 4 (Double Episodes)

Episode 2: The Vault of Secrets

Duration: 50 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Children's sci-fi series. An old enemy returns to Earth - but can the Veil be trusted? The battle for the Vault reaches a showdown with planet Earth at stake. Show more

Fee Fi Fo Yum

Series 1

Episode 4: Clumsy Brian

Duration: 30 minutes

on CBBC Channel

The Tartan Terrors from Scotland and the Busy Bees from London play for their freedom. On this show, if you're not the winner, you'll be Brian the Giant's dinner. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Les Dennis
Brian the Giant:
Nigel Cooper
GTV Announcer:
Brian Blessed
Series Producer:
Anne Dixon

Deadly 60

Series 2

Episode 8: South Africa

on CBBC Channel

Available for years

Wildlife series. With his crew in tow, Steve Backshall is on a mission to find all the animals that most Africans spend as much time as possible avoiding. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Steve Backshall
Producer:
Giles Badger
Director:
Giles Badger
Series Producer:
John Miller
Camera Operator:
Mark Vinall
Sound Recordist:
Rich Whitley

Little Howard's Big Question

Series 2

Episode 2: How Can I Make a Monster?

Duration: 30 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Series about a cartoon boy with questions about the real world. Little Howard gets an RSVP to his Halloween party from an unwanted guest - a monster. Show more

The Story of Tracy Beaker

Series 2 (15min Versions)

Episode 6: Doggie

on CBBC Channel

Drama series about a young girl and her life in a children's home. A stray dog upsets Dolly, so Tracy tells her they can foster him.

Duration: 28 minutes

on CBBC Channel

Three children from Enfield are summoned to the British Museum where they have one night to uncover the secrets of a relic held inside... but dark forces are out to get them. Show more

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