A report on CBeebies

The Bedtime Hour on-screen ident from February 2002 to March 2016.
CBeebies HD logo (2013–present)

British free-to-air children's television channel owned and operated by the BBC, which is available around the world in different languages.

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BBC

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National broadcaster of the United Kingdom.

National broadcaster of the United Kingdom.

The Radio Times masthead from 25 December 1931, including the BBC motto "Nation shall speak peace unto Nation"
Television pioneer John Logie Baird (seen here in 1917) televised the BBC's first drama, The Man with the Flower in His Mouth, on 14 July 1930, and the first live outside broadcast, The Derby, on 2 June 1931.
The BBC's radio studio in Birmingham, from the BBC Hand Book 1928, which described it as "Europe's largest studio".
King George V giving the 1934 Royal Christmas Message on BBC Radio. The annual message typically reflects on the year's major events.
Statue of George Orwell outside Broadcasting House, headquarters of the BBC
Produced between 1934 and 1959, the BBC-Marconi Type A microphone has been described as an iconic symbol of the BBC alongside the channel's most famous emblem, the rotating globe, which was introduced in 1963.
BBC Television Centre at White City, West London, which opened in 1960 and closed in 2013
England fans in Manchester during a 2006 FIFA World Cup game shown on the BBC Big Screen
BBC Pacific Quay in Glasgow, which was opened in 2007
The new extension to the BBC's Broadcasting House, completed in 2012
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The headquarters of the BBC at Broadcasting House in Portland Place, London. This section of the building is called Old Broadcasting House.
Weekly reach of the BBC's domestic services from 2011 to 2012 Reach is the number of people who use the service at any point for more than 15 minutes in a week.
Weekly reach of the BBC's domestic television channels 2011–12
Filming an episode of BBC One's Sherlock (with Benedict Cumberbatch as Sherlock Holmes pictured) in July 2011
Weekly reach of the BBC's national radio stations, on both analogue and digital. (2012)
Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman being interviewed on BBC Radio in October 1954
BBC World Service, with Jonathan Dimbleby broadcasting from Budapest
The new newsroom in Broadcasting House, central London, officially opened by the Queen in 2013
2008 advertisement for BBC iPlayer at Old Street, London
The BBC Big Band
Blue plaque at Alexandra Palace, commemorating the launch of the world's first high-definition television service, BBC Television, in 1936
The nature documentaries of David Attenborough, such as The Blue Planet, Planet Earth and Life on Earth, are produced by the BBC Natural History Unit, the largest wildlife documentary production house in the world.
BAFTA mask and BBC logo. The BBC broadcasts BAFTA's film and television award ceremonies.
BBC's first three-box logo used from 1958 until 1963.<ref>{{cite web |url= http://www.logodesignlove.com/bbc-logo-design |title=BBC logo design evolution |website= Logo Design Love |date=26 August 2008 |access-date=26 June 2019 |archive-url= https://web.archive.org/web/20190626054543/https://www.logodesignlove.com/bbc-logo-design |archive-date=26 June 2019 |url-status=live}}</ref>
BBC's inverted variant of the second three-box logo used from 1963 until 1971.<ref name="tvark">Hayden Walker, History of BBC corporate logos {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20120304034018/http://www2.tv-ark.org.uk/bbcother/corporate_logo.html |date=4 March 2012 }}. TV ARK. Retrieved 20 November 2010.</ref>
BBC's third three-box logo used from 1971 until 1988.
BBC's fourth three-box logo used from 1988 until 1997.<ref name="bbclogo">{{cite web |url= https://www.bbc.co.uk/historyofthebbc/resources/in-depth/bbc_logo.shtml |title=The BBC logo story |publisher=BBC |access-date=27 September 2013 |url-status=dead |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20131014083936/http://www.bbc.co.uk/historyofthebbc/resources/in-depth/bbc_logo.shtml |archive-date=14 October 2013 }}</ref>
BBC's fifth three-box logo used from 1997 to 2021 as a primary logo. As of 2022, this is still being used as a secondary logo. <ref name="Media centre">{{Cite press release |title= Modernising audience experience across the BBC |url= https://www.bbc.com/mediacentre/articles/2021/modernising-audience-experience/ |access-date= 2021-10-19 |publisher=BBC Media Centre |first=Kerris |last=Bright |date=19 October 2021}}</ref>
BBC Studios is headquartered at Television Centre (BBC Television's former headquarters) in west London

CBBC, which had been a programming strand as Children's BBC since 1985, was split into CBBC and CBeebies, for younger children, with both new services getting a digital channel: the CBBC Channel and CBeebies Channel.

CBBC

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British free-to-air children's television channel owned and operated by the BBC and the brand used for all BBC content for children and teenagers aged 6 to 17.

British free-to-air children's television channel owned and operated by the BBC and the brand used for all BBC content for children and teenagers aged 6 to 17.

CBBC HD logo (2013–2016)
alt=|This logo was used since the launch of the CBBC in 1997 and was used along with the abbreviated logo until the launch of the new TV channels in 2002.
On 11 February 2002, CBBC launched a channel version and introduced a new logo, consisting of a green bug with a C in purple.
A three-dimensional version of the 'bug' logo was introduced in October 2005.
A new look was introduced on 3 September 2007 to 13 March 2016.
This symbol and a new look was created by Red Bee Media and took effect on Monday 14 March 2016.

Its sister channel CBeebies broadcasts programming and content for children aged under 6.

Fletcher at CBeebies Land in 2014

Justin Fletcher

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Fletcher at CBeebies Land in 2014

Justin Fletcher (born 15 June 1970) is an English actor, comedian and television presenter on the BBC pre-school television channel CBeebies.

Horizontal variant of the BBC Four logo, used as an on-screen bug

BBC Four

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British free-to-air television channel owned and operated by the BBC.

British free-to-air television channel owned and operated by the BBC.

Horizontal variant of the BBC Four logo, used as an on-screen bug
First BBC Four logo from 2002 to 2021
BBC Four HD logo (2013–2021)
BBC Four share of viewing 2002-2013 BARB figures

It broadcasts daily from 7:00pm to around 4:00am, timesharing with CBeebies (which starts at 6:00am).

Justin's House

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Justin's House is a children's television comedy show produced by the BBC for CBeebies.

Chris Jarvis (presenter)

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English actor, presenter and writer who has appeared mainly on children's television for the BBC since 1992, apart from 2000–2002 when he was working with ITV and Channel 4.

English actor, presenter and writer who has appeared mainly on children's television for the BBC since 1992, apart from 2000–2002 when he was working with ITV and Channel 4.

Chris was one of the original lineup of CBeebies presenters, alongside Pui Fan Lee, Sidney Sloane, and Sue Monroe every day.

This logo was used from 1997 to 2002; until the launch of the new TV channels.

BBC Children's and Education

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BBC division responsible for media content for children in the UK.

BBC division responsible for media content for children in the UK.

This logo was used from 1997 to 2002; until the launch of the new TV channels.
This logo was used from 2002 to 2005 (The Logo became 3D between 2005 and 2007)
This logo was used from 2005 to 2007.
This logo was used from 2007 to 2016.
This logo is the current and 4th TV channel logo, (5th overall) adopted in March 2016.
The original Children's BBC logo introduced in 1997 until the launch of the new TV channels in 2002.

CBBC broadcasts from 7:00am to 7:00pm (previously 7:00am to 9:00pm until 4 January 2022) and CBeebies broadcasts from 6:00am to 7:00pm, respectively timesharing with BBC Three and BBC Four.

The title card of the show

Step Inside

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The title card of the show

Step Inside is a British children's television programme produced by Tricorn Productions for CBeebies in 2001 before the channel's launch, and aired between February and April 2002.

Teletubbies

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British children's television series created by Anne Wood and Andrew Davenport for the BBC.

British children's television series created by Anne Wood and Andrew Davenport for the BBC.

The main characters. From left to right: Dipsy, Laa-Laa, Po, and Tinky Winky.
A kiddie ride featuring the Teletubbies characters.
Teletubbies in the Hamley's Toy Parade in 2016.
A group of people in Tinky Winky costumes at Mardi Gras, 1999.

The reboot premiered on CBeebies in the United Kingdom and on the Nick Jr. Channel in the United States.

BBC Kids

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International children's brand of BBC Studios , and has been applied to a number of TV channels.

International children's brand of BBC Studios , and has been applied to a number of TV channels.

It draws from the long history of children's programming on the BBC, and is strongly related to the current channels CBBC and CBeebies in the United Kingdom.