Rising surfing star Lucas helps Richie Driss take to the waves in Cornwall - but will Richie be able to master the board and stand up?
Lindsey Russell is set the challenge to take over the Radio One early-morning show.
Lindsey and Richie take to the virtual skies as they try to safely pilot a simulated aircraft.
Richie and Lindsey battle it out on the water as they learn to punt and compete to be the best tour guide.
Richie heads to a country estate but is in for a spooky surprise when Max and Harvey pull off an epic Halloween prank.
Lindsey Russell is set the challenge of attempting to master showjumping in six weeks. However, there is just one problem - Lindsey is scared of horses.
We take a behind-the-scenes look as Richie attempts to leap from a platform 50 metres above the Blue Peter studio, all for Sport Relief.
Richie and Henry compete in a muddy outdoor obstacle course.
Lindsey meets the British Army’s King's Troop to help get their horses ready for a big parade taking place in front of royalty.
Lindsey gets up close with the ravens of the Tower of London.
Lindsey and Richie take Henry for a fun-filled day out to London to see the sights, try dog yoga on the London Eye and even have a doggy afternoon tea.
Challenges, celebrities, makes and adventures with the Blue Peter team.
In his first challenge as a Blue Peter presenter, Richie joins the Kingdom Choir on stage to sing a solo, live in front of 2,000 people.
Find out if Lindsey has got what it takes to conduct a world-class orchestra!
Lindsey and Richie put their passing, dribbling and shooting skills to the test as they take on basketball.
Lindsey and Richie try their hand at wildwater canoeing.
Richie gets a scare when he tries his hand at being a rally co-driver.
Richie Driss gets first-hand experience in a racing car that is driven by artificial intelligence. Will Richie or AI prove to be the fastest?
What does it take to be a jet plane pilot? Richie Driss is challenged to experience the RAF’s g-force simulator - will his body stand up to extreme G?