Children's TV

Did you ever enter a children’s TV competition?

Den Of Geek News Mar 16, 2015

Ever won a Blue Peter badge? Appeared on Mallett’s Mallet? Had a drawing on Tony Hart’s gallery? Den Of Geek wants your stories…

Why CBBC’s Wolfblood deserves a series 4

Louisa Mellor Feature Oct 28, 2014

Wolfblood series 3 changed leads, expanded its world, and grew even stronger. Here’s why the supernatural CBBC show deserves to live on…

Celebrating Nickelodeon's golden age

Carley Tauchert Feature Nov 27, 2014

Carley salutes Nickelodeon's 90s heyday, and gems including The Adventures Of Pete & Pete, Are You Afraid Of The Dark, and more...

The strangest sci-fi universes in pre-school TV

Chris Farnell Feature Sep 24, 2014

From Q Pootle 5 to Igam Ogam, Chris talks us through some of the weirdest science fictional worlds in TV for the under-fives...

Looking back at Rainbow

Jenny Morrill Feature Sep 3, 2014

Jenny takes a fond and bemused look back at ITV children's programme, Rainbow. Up above the streets and houses...

The perplexing mysteries of Peppa Pig

Jenny Morrill Feature Aug 20, 2014

Why do mammals reign supreme? Is Miss Rabbit a clone? Are Mummy and Daddy Pig siblings? Jenny considers Peppa Pig's eternal questions...

The jarring nostalgia of kids' TV reboots

Rob Smedley Feature Jun 23, 2014

How likely is the current crop of kids' TV reboots, from Danger Mouse to The Clangers, Morph and more, to harm your childhood memories?

10 great TV shows to enjoy with your kids

Glen Chapman James Stansfield Feature Feb 26, 2014

From Adventure Time to Old Jack's Boat, James and Glen talk us through ten modern kids' TV shows that geek parents can enjoy too...

Looking back at The Baker Street Boys

Alex Westthorp Feature Feb 19, 2014

Nostalgia ahoy! With Sherlock Holmes more popular than ever, Alex looks back at eighties children's drama, The Baker Street Boys...

Old Skool weekend celebrates 30 years of CITV

Louisa Mellor News Dec 17, 2012

Nostalgia trip ahoy! Get ready for an entire weekend of the best of CITV’s last thirty years…