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  • 27/01/05
    27/01/05
    Episode 201
    1/27/05
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    Auschwitz Liz accompanied Kitty Hart on her return to Auschwitz and learnt about the true horrors faced by millions in this concentration camp. Whilst Simon met a grandchild of a Holocaust survivor, as we remember all those who lost their lives sixty years ago. You can find out much more information on the Holocaust by visiting Newsround's website. Dogs' Alphabet – the letter 'W' Whippets are the latest breed of dog to feature in the Blue Peter Dogs' Alphabet . Asia Earthquake You may still like to raise money for the Tsunami disaster in South Asia by having a sponsored silence or bike ride; or why not get together with some friends, or your school, and organize a Bring and Buy sale? Get some tips on holding a Bring and Buy sale.moreless
  • Christmas Show 2004
    Christmas Show 2004
    Episode 200
    12/23/04
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    The highlights of the 2004 season.
  • Simon Thomas: The Best Bits (2)
    5/4/05
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    Relive some more of Simon's memories.
  • Simon Thomas: The Best Bits (1)
    5/2/05
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    Relive so of Simon's best bits. Part 1
  • Last Live Show of the Series!
    4/29/05
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    Text me home tent The presenters tried out the next Text me home tent, which lights up when you text it. Matt and Zöe's jive Following on from last Friday's dance special, Matt and Zöe performed their jive again, due to popular demand. Watch the challenge and see how Matt and Zöe got on. Doctor Who Matt went behind the scenes of this Saturday's "Doctor Who", when the Doctor comes face to face with his oldest, and most deadly enemy, the Dalek. Matt met the Doctor himself, Christopher Eccleston, and the show's writer, Russell T Davies. We're off to Japan! We announced the winner of the competition we set earlier in the week, to guess the destination of this year's Blue Peter Summer Expedition. It's Japan, and the team revealed all the different things they're planning to see while they're over there. In the studio, there was a live display of Japanese dancing, and martial arts. Zöe and Rooster Zöe chatted to the four members of rock band Rooster, who have been to Japan, and are planning to return there next month. Blue Peter News Matt announced the exciting news that Meg the Blue Peter dog is expecting puppies. We saw an ultrasound scan of the puppies, which have a gestation period of 63 days. We also found out what the other Blue Peter pets will be up to over our break, and reminded everyone to watch Simon's special programmes on Wednesday 4th and Friday 6th May at 5pm on BBC 1. We also reminded viewers, that Blue Peter is back on BBC ONE on July 18th, when we will tell everyone how we got along in Japan.moreless
  • Meet Gethin Jones !
    Meet Gethin Jones !
    Episode 54
    4/27/05
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    Superheroes In the studio today, Konnie, Matt, Liz and Zöe got all togged up in their superhero costumes and uncovered a few of the tricks of the film trade that give ordinary actors their superpowers. To find out who you voted for as your favourite superheroes, check the superhero page. Konnie was Wonder Woman, Matt was Superman, Liz was Elastigirl, Zöe was Cat Woman, and someone else was dressed as Batman: it was Gethin Jones, Blue Peter presenter number 31. What a way to make your debut on Blue Peter! A big welcome to Gethin who will be answering your questions in a Star Chat at 5.30pm on Wednesday 27th April so you can ask him any questions that you have for him. Blue Peter Expedition 2005 competition We gave you the chance to win a pair of tickets to the all star UK premiere of the new Star Wars movie. We gave clues to the letters that spell the country that Blue Peter are exploring this year. It's not that easy, as even when you have all the letters, you still need to unscramble them to spell our destination. If you missed today's show, don't worry, you can see the clues again on Wednesday 27th April at 5pm on CBBC One. The lucky person with the right answer who is picked out of the hat first will get tickets to attend the showbiz premiere in London's West End. The number to ring is 09011 900 500. Lines close at 10am on Thursday 28th April 2005. Calls cost 10p from a land line, but mobile rates will vary. Before making the call, ask permission from your parent/guardian and from the person who pays the bills. On Friday's show, we will be announcing both the winner of the tickets and where the expedition is to, so tune in to Blue Peter CBBC One at 5pm and The CBBC Channel at 6pm. Kite Land-Boarding Despite being on the beach, Gethin's first film was a bit of a windy challenge. It was the extreme sport of Kite Land-Boarding. Blue Peter Book Awards 2005 We are looking for winners to star in and judge the Blue Peter Book Awards 2005. Find out more by visiting the Book Award page.moreless
  • Farewell Simon!
    Farewell Simon!
    Episode 53
    4/25/05
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    After 8 years, Simon Says Goodbye to Blue Peter
  • Fri 22nd April
    Fri 22nd April
    Episode 52
    4/22/05
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  • Wed 20th April
    Wed 20th April
    Episode 51
    4/20/05
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  • Mon. 18th April
    Mon. 18th April
    Episode 50
    4/18/05
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    Northumbria Police Dog technology The Northumbria Police force demonstrated the latest police dog technology with their playful pooch, Butch. The fidocam is a mini camera, which police dogs wear on their heads when they are searching buildings for police suspects. Using the camera, the police officers can see the image beamed back to a little monitor and instruct the dog on it's movements using a little speaker on the camera. We also met Alfie, a 14 week old puppy training to become a police dog. It takes 12 weeks of initial training to become a general police dog and then the best of those go on to become camera dogs. There is currently a national shortage of puppies donated by the public so if you are looking to give a puppy (no older than two years of age) a new home contact your local police force to see whether it may be suitable for them. There is a rigorous training course to be completed and those puppies who aren't suitable for a police dog's life will need to be re-homed with their original owners. But if yours is a young dog with plenty of drive and very playful, then the police may consider taking it on as a member of the force! These puppies then go on to live with their police dog handler and become part of their family. Scarecrows Children from Wray Village Scarecrow Festival were in the Blue Peter garden giving a preview of this year's collection which include some familiar faces! Liz and Zöe go head-to-head at making their own Scarecrow which will be displayed all next week at the festival Elvis Impersonators On 17th April, a group of Elvis Impersonators gathered to set a new world record, to celebrate this anniversary. Elvis Presley, who has sold more singles than any other musician worldwide, was famous for performing there. To find out more about Las Vegas, watch tomorrow's programme at 6pm on the CBBC channel, or on Wednesday at 5pm on CBBC One. Gold Badge winner James 12 year-old James from Liverpool was awarded a Gold Badge on today's show. He lives with an incurable skin disease called Epidermolysis Bullosa (E.B.). This genetic condition means that James is in constant pain. He is among 600 sufferers in the North West, but only a handful have as severe symptoms as James.moreless
  • Fri 15th April
    Fri 15th April
    Episode 49
    4/15/05
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    Simon and Zoe travelled to Iceland, where Simon trained with wolves , while Zoe searched for elves!
  • Wed 13th April
    Wed 13th April
    Episode 48
    4/13/05
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    Dolls' Kitchen Konnie made a beautiful kitchen for dolls on the show using lots of cardboard and a great deal of imagination. Today's show featured part two of this make Thai New Year This is a week of celebration for Thai people as it's the Buddhist New Year so "Sawadee Pi Mai krap/ka" to you! The Thai people celebrate in a very unusual way - they throw water over each other. This is meant to symbolise the washing away of sins and renewal. Water is used to clense Buddha as a mark of respect and as a blessing from the young to the old. Some Thais in the UK celebrated on Sunday but the celebrations in Thailand will last for three days from 13th April. This is the most important event in the Thai calendar. It may be a bit chilly to soak people over here, but in Thailand this is the height of the Hot season, so the water is more than welcome. Blue Peter celebrated the Thai New year at Television Centre and the presenters and guests got a good old soaking! Colditz Is a grim and forbidding castle that during World War II was a high security Prisoner of War (POW) camp. Simon and Matt pay a visit to Colditz to find out exactly what conditions were like, they investigate some of the daring and fascinating attempts that were made to escape. Blue Peter Book Awards 2005 Do you fancy a bit of fame? Are you tempted to tread in front of TV cameras? Well you can. We are looking for winners to star in and judge the Blue Peter Book Awards 2005.moreless
  • Monday 11th April
  • Friday 8th April
    Friday 8th April
    Episode 46
    4/8/05
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  • 6/4/05
    6/4/05
    Episode 45
    4/6/05
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    Simon was keeping his distance when he was joined by a shoal of piranhas from the Weymouth Sealife centre and an expert. Piranhas are one of the most infamous Amazon inhabitants. They are known for being incredibly mean. They are capable of stripping and eating even large prey in a matter of seconds. We had two species in the studio; the Red Belly and the Silver Dollar piranha. Surprisingly, the silver dollar piranha is a vegetarian. We fed each species to see how quickly they could devour their food. The Royal Northern Ballet Theatre came to the studio to perform an extract from their ballet version of 'Peter Pan'. Simon and Konnie made some delicious cake on today's show and filled the studio with a wonderful fresh baking aroma! Find out how you can make your very own Banana and Walnut Cake Click here for instructions Also, Simon visited Harvington Hall in Worcestershire, The house is full of secret rooms and passages, the house originated from the 1800s, were Catholic priests stayed to hide from men who didn't like Catholics or there preachings.moreless
  • 04/04/05
    04/04/05
    Episode 44
    4/4/05
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    Monster Truck Simon and Zöe roared into the studio in 'Lil Devil', the European Monster Truck Racing Champion. 'Lil Devil' can accelerate from 0-60mph in five seconds and can soar through the air, clearing up to 12 cars. 'Ark Angel' by Anthony Horowitz featuring Blue Peter competition winner Jonathan Bennet's gadget for Alex Rider was featured on the show Dalek Have you been impressed by Dr Who? If so, find out how to make a Dalek from a compost bin,Here Also, Zoe and Simon try rollocoasting in Alton Towers.moreless
  • Blue Peter Championships (2)
    4/1/05
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    The Greens Won!!!
  • The Blue Peter Championship (1)
    3/30/05
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    The Blue Peter Championship Part 1 The Reds Liz Barker Chris Collins Barney Harwood Nick Baker Dani Harmer The Greens Matt Baker Zöe Salmom Gemma Hunt Mark Speight Chris Perry-Metcalf.
  • 23/03/05 [007: James Bond Special]
    3/23/05
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    James Bond Special

    All the presenters get dressed up and perform some of the classic Bond theme tunes: 'The Man with the Golden Gun', 'For Your Eyes Only', 'Diamonds Are Forever', 'View to a Kill' and 'Nobody Does it Better'.

    Liz and Simon go to "Spy School" to learn the tricks of the trade that real spies use.

    Simon interviews Charlie Higson, author of "Silverfin", which tells the story of James Bond as a boy

    Zöe and Konnie dressed up as the famous Bond Girls Shirley Eaton and Ursula Andress. Liz dressed up as Miss Moneypenny - the only supporting character to appear in all Bond movies. Matt dresses up a famous Bond villain - Jaws.moreless
  • 21/03/05 [Doctor Who Special]
    3/21/05
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    Doctor Who Special Christopher Eccleston and Billie Piper, the stars of the new series of Doctor Who, join Matt, Liz and Simon today to talk about the show and what going to happen. Also, Simon and Liz join a professional swimming technique team, plus in the studio Simon makes a Easter Chick out of dough.moreless
  • 18/03/05
    18/03/05
    Episode 39
    3/18/05
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    Paint a Plane We unveiled the winning design from the Paint a Plane competition. It was painted on to the side of a Boeing 757 and will be seen flying around the world. Cheerleading The Ascension Cheerleaders spurred our winners on with an impressive pom pom and tumbling display. The Ascension cheerleaders have won more titles than any British cheer team and have recently launched the London Cheerleading Academy (LCA). Cheerleading is a fun energetic sport. Madonna, Britney Spears, Julia Roberts, and Kirsten Dunst are all former cheerleaders. Einstein Flip A unique BMX flip was performed for the first time ever on live television. A member of Team Extreme successfully completed this 360-degree back-flip. A physicist came up with the stunt with the help of Team Extreme to mark the launch of Einstein Year - The Year of Physics. Einstein was also a keen cyclist and it is thought that inspiration for his theory of Relativity came to him while riding his bicycle.moreless
  • 16/03/05
    16/03/05
    Episode 38
    3/16/05
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    Konnie, Matt & Simon took a look into the future.

    Crufts This year's dog that was named 'Crufts Best in Show' visited the Blue Peter studio, before returning home to Pennsylvania in America. She is a six year old Norfolk Terrier called Coco who took a lap of honour in the Blue Peter studio with her handler Peter Green.

    Matt had a great time taking Lucy behind the scenes of the world's biggest dog show – now they can't wait until next year.

    The Children's War This fascinating exhibition to mark the 60th anniversary of the end of the Second World War opens at London's Imperial War Museum on March 18th.moreless
  • March 14, 2005 - 4000th Episode
    3/14/05
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    Mary Poppins 'Mary Poppins' is currently playing at the Prince Edward Theatre in London.

    Giant Shopping Trolley You would probably expect actor Ewan McGregor to travel through space to be with us, or to ride in to the studio on a motorbike, but not on Blue Peter. On today's show, he was transported into the studio on a three and a half metre tall shopping trolley!

    Valiant and Robots Ewan McGregor came in to tell us all about the making of his latest movies 'Valiant' and 'Robots'. In 'Valiant', Ewan plays the part of a little wood pigeon with big dreams. He, along with his misfit friends, battle against all odds to triumph where their much better qualified colleagues have failed. Ewan also leads a band of unruly misfits who triumph against all the odds in another animated film, 'Robots'. Rodney Copperbottom (voiced by Ewan) and his sidekick Fender (voiced by Robin Williams) are fighting against the forces of evil, who are determined to rid the world of the friendly out–moded robots.

    Your favourite moment On the programme we showed the moment that you voted for as your favourite moment from Blue Peter, Smudge's first day.moreless
  • 11/03/05 [Comic Relief Special]
    3/11/05
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    McFly McFly came into the studio and performed their Comic Relief song. They also took the time to do a quick interview for the website. Dawn French Comedienne Dawn French joined us to talk about how the money raised for Comic Relief gets used and how much is expected to be raised in 2005. Konnie in Uganda Konnie also travelled to Uganda recently to make a film about how children there are benefitting from the money raised by Comic Relief. Find out more.moreless
  • 09/03/05
    09/03/05
    Episode 35
    3/9/05
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    Sight, Taste, Touch, Smell, Hearing. Junior magician Jonathan Shotton was in the studio performing illusions to trick the eye. Jonathan has won junior championships for his tricks and show. He'll be performing in this years Magic Circle Young Magician of the Year competition which takes place in April. What you think of as taste, is actually flavour. You can only taste, sweet, sour, salt and bitter on your tongue. Anything else you think you are testing you are actually smelling. But what something looks like can also influence what you think you taste and smell. We put this to the test by offering two volunteers different drinks that had been coloured to disguise what their true flavour may be. The colours managed to fox the tasters entirely. Zöe's Hair In keeping with this Friday's theme for Comic Relief - The Big Hair Day. Zöe has her hair styled so that it looks like a hat for a Comic Relief fashion show. It may sound simple, but it takes all day to get her hair to stay in its style - and Zöe says it took a fair old while to get it back to its usual glossy state! Plus Comic Relief does Fame Academy's Chistopher Colquhoun joins in with the fun and talk about the Comic Relief show on friday. Badge Hit Konnie travelled to Scotland to deliver a badge to Ailsa, who sent in a picture of the Blue Peter ship that she'd copied from her mum's badge! Now Ailsa has got a badge of her own.moreless
  • 07/03/05
    07/03/05
    Episode 34
    3/7/05
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    Today's show was full of ice, the studio was covered in an ice floor:

    The Sleeping Beauty Show on Ice UK tour came and performed for the Show.

    Ice Hockey They were joined by the Slough Bombers ice hockey team today. They put Zöe and Simon through their paces and challenged them to a penalty shoot out.

    Wheelchair Curling Three of Britain's finest wheelchair curlers joined the Blue Peter presenters on the Ice Rink and gave them a demonstration of the art of curling. Liz tried her hand at throwing a stone but only managed to succeed in helping out the other team!

    Plus: Climbing An Ice Wall Simon's challenge is to finish a World Championship ice climb after only day's training. Simon gets some tips from a climbing champion: "You'll be wearing crampons (strap-on spikes) on your feet, and holding ice picks in each hand." Part of the climb will involve crossing over to another wall. "Make sure you dig the crampons into the ice to help take the weight off your arms," says the champion. But Simon can't keep hold with his ice picks and tumbles to the ground. Simon hears he's got to make the crossing much higher up. "I was enjoying the day until this point!", he says. "It's a long way to the top!" Simon embarks on the championship climb. Simon feels the pain as he nears the top. "My forearms are killing me!" "Come on, Thomas, this is it!" Simon completes his challenge, and cries out in relief. He'll be feeling the pain in his arms tomorrow!moreless
  • 04/03/05
    04/03/05
    Episode 33
    3/4/05
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    Konnie visited Uganda in East Africa to see how children there are benefiting from Comic Relief projects that your donations are helping to fund. She met Diana and Nilumansi, both of whose parents have died; but with your help, their future is looking brighter. Diana's story Diana is a just thirteen years old, but she's already been the head of her house for three years bringing up her three younger brothers, six year old twins Kato and Wasswa, and twelve year old Disan. Currently, none of them go to school because they need to earn money to eat. Konnie discovered that to earn money Diana, Kato and Wasswa help other farmers to dig their fields and Disan fetches water from the well for other families. Now, thanks to the Comic Relief project 'Send a cow' (which provides both cows and goats), they will be getting two dairy goats. This means that they can milk the goats, sell the milk and earn enough for all of them to be able to go to school. Konnie, Diana and the boys all went to 'Goat School' where they learnt how to look after and milk a goat. And then at the 'Cow Lottery', Konnie helped other lucky families to choose their new cows. Nilumansi's story Nilumansi lives with her cousin and her grandmother. The family were given some money when they had to move house (to make way for a road), but now that money is running out, and Nilumansi's grandmother has no way of supporting the family. However, thanks to your donations to Comic Relief, the KCCC project is giving Nilumansi free school lessons until she's old enough to go to Secondary school.moreless
  • 02/03/05
    02/03/05
    Episode 32
    3/2/05
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    Wrestling Freestyle wrestling is a modern sport based on five thousand years of tradition. Many of the biggest stars in pro-wrestling entertainment began their careers in this sport, which features strength, speed and lots of different throws and attacks. If you want to get started, the British Wrestling Association welcomes complete beginners. There are special introductory courses, to teach boys and girls the basics and allow them to try the experience. It is essential that you enjoy yourself. If you stick with it, you will develop your strength, fitness and health. Along the way, you will gain confidence, self-reliance and resilience. Fossils Fossil hunter Dr. Douglas Palmer came in to the studio to explain how you are never that far away from a fossil - you may even be able to find them in the gravel in your back garden! Liz got tips on where to look, what to look for and what you might find. You can also try and win a book about Fossils. Check with your local museum or council to find out if there are fossil rich locations near to you. You can also find out about restrictions for the fossil areas - there may be rules about what you can take home and what safety gear you may need. Your local museums are the best people to help you identify what you have found. Mother's Day Make Simon made a floral Mother's Day present on the show today. Click Here for instructionsmoreless
  • February 28, 2005
    February 28, 2005
    Episode 31
    2/28/05
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    Katie Price, Tricolore, Andy Scott-Lee, Javine and Gina G are this year's hopefuls to represent the UK in the Eurovision Song Contest. Vote for your favourite by watching Making your Mind Up on Saturday 5th March at 5.45pm - 6.45pm on BBC ONE (the results will be shown later that evening at 8.20pm - 8.45pm). On Saturday night, Zöe will be in Northern Ireland announcing the regional vote. Zöe made some delicious vegetable pasties on today's show, find out how to make them. 4000th Show! On Monday 14th March we've got an extra special Blue Peter when we'll be celebrating our 4000th programme. To mark this occasion we've got 4000 limited-edition pens to give away - you can't buy these anywhere!moreless
  • February 25, 2005
    February 25, 2005
    Episode 30
    2/25/05
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    75 years ago, the most recently discovered planet in our solar system was discovered by an American called Clyde Tombaugh. The planet was called 'Pluto', a name chosen by an 11-year-old girl from Oxford! To tell us about Pluto's discovery, Patrick Moore appeared on the show. It was Patrick's tenth appearance on Blue Peter since his first in December 1973, when he spent time comet spotting with presenter of the day, Peter Purves. To mark Patrick's many achievements, Simon awarded him a gold Blue Peter badge. Discovered on the 7th January 2000 by the Lowell Observatory, asteroid 16197 was this week officially named 'Bluepeter'. We were presented with the certificate by the International Astronomical Union. Asteroids must be named with one word, which is why blue and peter have been put together to ake 'Bluepeter'. We don't know its size but its brightness suggests that it is about 4km. At present it is about 2.5 AU (astronomical units) from both the Sun and Earth. The Lowell Observatory which spotted the asteroid is a privately owned astronomical research centre in Arizona its most famous work being the discovery of the planet Pluto, 75 years ago! The photo of the 'Bluepeter' asteroid on the show was taken through the Faulkes telescope in Hawaii by a young astronomer. The Faulkes Telescope project allows school children to use high quality telescopes via the internet from their classrooms. Street Luge was introduced to the UK in 1995, just as it was gaining popularity in the USA. Californian skate boarders came up with the idea when they became bored with standing on their skate board. They discovered that lying down gave greater speed, greater control and much greater thrill. So, the Luge was made longer to accommodate the person lying down, the trucks wider, and the wheels thicker to provide greater stability and speed. Liz went to the Isle of Wight to take part in this extreme sport. Remember it is quite dangerous so if you do want to have a go, find a registered Street Luge club and take part safely! Based on the book by Robert Louis Stevenson, the three part drama 'Kidnapped' starts on Sunday 27th February on CBBC1 at 5.45pm. James Anthony Pearson, who stars in the drama, appeared on the show to talk about it. The drama chronicles the adventures of Breck and Balfour as they escape murder and shipwreck on a quest for justice, all set against the fierce social and political backdrop of 1760s Scotland.moreless
  • February 23, 2005
    February 23, 2005
    Episode 29
    2/23/05
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    Simon goes to his home town to train with the Norwich soccer team. He co-hosts a breakfast radio show on BBC Radio Norwich with presenter Wally Webb. Finally, he finds out about his family history with his parents.
  • February 21, 2005
    February 21, 2005
    Episode 28
    2/21/05
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    Liz told the story of Clara the Rhinoceros. The next book to be featured in the Blue Peter Book Club is 'SilverFin' by Charlie Higson published by Puffin. Blue Peter: Past, Present and Future mural competition. Artist Jon Hicks came on the show to demonstrate some tips on painting a mural. He recommended that: You keep theme in mind and think about what Blue Peter actually means to you make the design of your mural big and bold, so people really notice it when they first see it. You use colors that would look good in the Blue Peter garden (but not wishy-washy colors as they won't stand out). For the letter 'X' in our dogs' alphabet we're taking a look at the Xoloitzcuintle and for the letter 'Y' Yorkshire Terrier.moreless
  • February 18, 2005
    February 18, 2005
    Episode 27
    2/18/05
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    Matt & Liz travel the town of York, and tell its history. Liz goes to the biggest chocolate factory in England and is shown how Smarties Chocolate are made. She tastes the quality of them. Matt goes to a castle and tells us about bow and arrows and he and Meg are made into models in the York Museum.moreless
  • February 16, 2005
    February 16, 2005
    Episode 26
    2/16/05
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    Simon turns photographer.

    Simon loves photography almost as much as he loves sport so when he had the chance to combine them, he snapped up the chance! All of these photographs of the rugby action were taken by Simon, and he also took the photos of Shelley during today's rehearsals.

    Beanie Smudge Make Everyone loves Smudge and now you can make your very own beanie Smudge! Click Here For Instructions.

    Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler, the creators of Room on the Broom and The Gruffalo joined the Blue Peter Book Club and answered viewers' questions. The Gruffalo won the Best Illustrated Book to Read Aloud at Blue Peter's 2000 Book Awards and has since become a c. Three years later Room on the Broom' won the award and last year The Smartest Giant in Town made it on to the shortlist. Their latest story is the long awaited follow up to The GruffaloThe Gruffalo's Child.

    Rugby Competition Blue Peter has two pairs of tickets for the RBS Six Nations and they could be yours! One pair is for England v Italy at Twickenham on Saturday March the 12th and the second is for Scotland v Wales at Murrayfield on Sunday March the 13th. We'll pay for the winners' day return travel costs, and the tickets will be ready and waiting for you to collect at the grounds.moreless
  • February 14, 2005
    February 14, 2005
    Episode 25
    2/14/05
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    Konnie & Simon reveal the winners of the Paint a Plane Competition. Dr. Bunhead came in to show us how a plane uses propulsion to fly. But nothing is as simple as that with the Professor of Silly Science. Only Dr. Bunhead would use custard powder to demonstrate how a plane works! The Ukulele orchestra came in and gave a unique and wonderful rendition of "Mis-dy-na-mi-tee" on their Ukuleles and if that wasn't enough they also played Angels by Robbie Williams as part of our Valentine's Day celebrations. "Mis-Dy-na-mi-tee" is the latest release from The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain. Matt travels to America and plays basketball for another sporting challenge.moreless
  • February 11, 2005
    February 11, 2005
    Episode 24
    2/11/05
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    Matt learns how to do stunts in Florida and later performs in the high-flying show Sinbad. Blue Peter dog, Meg, goes for a training session with a professional dog trainer, who trained Kyte who plays Wellard the dog in Eastenders.
  • Results of the Brain of Blue Peter
    2/9/05
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    The results show of the Interactive Quiz.
  • Interactive Quiz: The Brain of Blue Peter
    Simon presents a new Interactive Quiz.

    Zoe's Team The Chocahollicks. Matt's Team The Gaming Wizards. Liz's Team The Animal Lovers. Konnie's Team The Fashion Freaks.

    Round One - Famous People, Round Two - Illusions, Round Three - Music, Round Four - Observation.
  • February 04, 2005
    February 04, 2005
    Episode 21
    2/4/05
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    Konnie travels to Angola to meet some of the families that have been reunited thanks to the Welcome Home Appeal.
  • February 02, 2005
    February 02, 2005
    Episode 20
    2/2/05
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    Liz makes a Valentine's Day card. Zoe enters a Wild Water Racing competition, Richard and his dog, Disco, demonstrated heelwork to music. This is a very popular performance at dog shows and, in particular, at Crufts. After a very short lesson, Matt put Meg through her paces and they hope to show off their new skills when they visit Crufts next month. And Bubble Artist, Fan Yang, who holds eight world records for blowing bubbles; including making the biggest spherical bubble at 2.3m in diameter! Another is for creating the most bubbles inside bubbles - he managed to blow 12 concentric bubbles inside each other. He also created the largest bubble wall in the world, measuring 47.40m long joins the team in the studio for a performance.moreless
  • January 31, 2005
    January 31, 2005
    Episode 19
    1/31/05
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    Matt travels to America to be taught wrestling for another of his sporting challenges. Konnie spins some plates on sticks with guest, Andrew. Zoe takes her first pancake challenge. Liz and Simon look inside some plague village homes and tell the story of the family that started it.
  • January 28, 2005
    January 28, 2005
    Episode 18
    1/28/05
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    Matt travels to Cambodia. He walks the streets of the ancient cities, North and South. He drives north and practices a food specialty of the region, Giant Spiders! In a tarantula farm run by a local woman and her young daughter, he joins in with the royal ballet to perform a monkey dance like all the boys in the ballet while the girls dance different dances. He also goes to see old museum full of war memories from the past.moreless
  • January 26, 2005
    January 26, 2005
    Episode 17
    1/26/05
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    Zoe interviews Michelle Paver, author of the book Wolf Brother, Matt makes some Cock-a-Leekie Pie Click here for Instructions. The Noise Next Door perform "Calendar Girl" and Simon practices his bagpipes and he Celebrates his birthday.
  • January 25, 2005
    January 25, 2005
    Episode 16
    1/25/05
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    Liz was joined by an animal manager from Woburn Safari Park and 3 Malaysian Giant Pond Turtles called Donatello, Rafael and Michelangelo. Young band Outl4w rocked the studio with their rendition of a punk classic - 'Black Flowers for the Grave.' The band were formed in May 2004 and received huge acclaim when they came second in a radio station's School of Rock Radio competition. Zoe & Chris Springwatch for the biggest ever survey into the arrival of spring across the UK. It's being run by the BBC in association with the Woodland Trust.moreless
  • October 13, 2004
    October 13, 2004
    Episode 15
    10/13/04
    0.0
    CBBC's Andrew & Angellica come into the studio and donate some clothes for the Welcome Home Apeal. And Liz makes a pencil case Click here for instructions.
  • October 11, 2004
    October 11, 2004
    Episode 14
    10/11/04
    0.0
    Matt & Simon practices some yo-dolling with some gentlemen from Holland and CBBC's Barney & Newsround's Lizo donate some clothes for the Welcome Home Appeal.
  • October 08, 2004
    October 08, 2004
    Episode 13
    10/8/04
    0.0
    A parrot called Mr. Chips was in, 2 top poets were in and Konnie met Goli (a Langur monkey) and Shiam is his handler on the trip to India.
  • October 06, 2004
    October 06, 2004
    Episode 12
    10/6/04
    0.0
    Mag Cabot answered questions, Rachel Stevens sang her new song "More More More" and they look at Gadgets.
  • October 04, 2004
    October 04, 2004
    Episode 11
    10/4/04
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    Smudge is tagged and was given his 2nd set of injections, belly dancers are in and Matt joined the rat catchers of Mumbai and Konnie visited the Karni Mata temple in Desnok where ten thousand black rats run free on their trip to India.
  • October 01, 2004
    October 01, 2004
    Episode 10
    10/1/04
    0.0
    The gang learn about beekeeping, they visit a gardening club and they make sticky apple fingers.
  • September 29, 2004
    September 29, 2004
    Episode 9
    9/29/04
    0.0
    They go to the Northampton Central Museum and Art Gallery and look at some famous shoes. Matt goes into London to see how made-to-measure clothes and shoes are made. The Tracy Island is finished today.
  • September 28, 2004
    September 28, 2004
    Episode 8
    9/27/04
    0.0
    Ferrets are in the studio and you were told how to care for them. Simon was challenged to swim the English Channel with Alison Streeter.
  • September 24, 2004
    September 24, 2004
    Episode 7
    9/24/04
    0.0
    The new kitten is finally named, they show you how to make a pom pon toy for cats (and this is a present for the new kitten), the Christmas Competition (a Christmas Ident) is revealed and the Dabbawallahs take on Simon for the day in their trip to India.
  • September 23, 2004
    September 23, 2004
    Episode 6
    9/22/04
    0.0
    Dumbo rats are in the studio, Liz went to visit a place inspired by Anna Sewell's famous book Black Beauty, meeting Bomber the smallest Horse at the home and Janus who used to be the Queen's favorite horse, we find out why our weather has been so extreme and Tracy Island is made again.moreless
  • September 21, 2004
    September 21, 2004
    Episode 5
    9/21/04
    0.0
    The Olympic relay team, Jason Gardener, Darren Campbell, Marlon Devonish and Mark Lewis-Francis, have a chat, the history of the Y-Fronts are shown and Meg Cabot, The Princess Diaries author is questioned.
  • September 20, 2004
    September 20, 2004
    Episode 4
    9/20/04
    0.0
    They are shown how to play Indian sports, there is a Hula performance, and you are shown how to make a safe hibernation spot for hedgehogs.
  • September 14, 2004
    September 14, 2004
    Episode 3
    9/14/04
    0.0
    Liz helped re-house for the National Cat Centre, the newest member of the Blue Peter team is the kitten, named Smudge, the UK DJ champions are in, and you are shown how to make your very own Poncho.
  • 04/10/04
    04/10/04
    Episode 2
    10/4/04
    0.0
    Matt practices his wrestling with WWE Superstar, The Hurricane.
  • June 18th 2005
    June 18th 2005
    Episode 1
    6/18/05
    0.0
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