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How do I find a program on BBC iPlayer?

How do I find a program on BBC iPlayer?

Search. If you know the name of the programme you’re after, you can search for it using the search bar. It’s at the top right of the page on our website, or look for the magnifying glass icon on the left-hand menu of the TV app, or top right corner of our mobile/tablet app.

What is the CBBC app called?

iPlayer for Kids – CBBC – BBC.

Is CBBC part of BBC?

CBBC (short for Children’s BBC and also known as the CBBC Channel) is a 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.

What age is CBBC suitable for?

Cheryl: And as controller of CBBC I am responsible for commissioning everything that can be seen on the CBBC TV channel and website – CBBC has lots of different types of programme for children aged 6-12 ranging from long-serving favourites Blue Peter and Newsround – to brand new formats like Daredevil and The Dog Ate …

Are all BBC Programmes on iPlayer?

Unfortunately not. We can’t always acquire BBC iPlayer rights for every programme we broadcast. This is sometimes due to the cost involved in acquiring licences from third parties or maybe for other legal or contractual reasons.

What does the I in iPlayer stand for?

Website. BBC iPlayer was first called the Integrated Media Player (iMP), the Interactive Media Player, and then MyBBCPlayer. BBC iPlayer left Beta and went live on 25 December 2007. On 25 June 2008, it was announced that a new-look iPlayer would be launched.

Where can I watch CBBC?

BBC iPlayer
BBC iPlayer – Watch CBBC live.

What TV channel is CBBC?

Channel number: 201 CBBC reflects the lives of all UK kids, with quality shows which teach them about the world they live in, populated by colourful and diverse characters they can fall in love with.

Why is BBC getting rid of CBBC?

CBBC, BBC Four and Radio 4 Extra will shut down and become online-only services, the corporation has said, as part of plans to close television and radio channels in order to focus on streaming services.

Are BBC getting rid of CBeebies?

The BBC has announced that it plans to stop broadcasting the CBBC Channel on TV in the future. This would mean that all CBBC programmes such as Newsround, Blue Peter and Saturday Mash-Up would only be available online.

When did the CBBC logo change?

On 14 March 2016, CBBC rebranded with a new logo that was similar to BBC Three’s then-current logo, dropping the logo that had been used for the last eight years.

What age is in the night garden for?

one to six years old
In the Night Garden… is a British Live action/CGI animated preschool children’s television series, aimed at children aged from one to six years old. It is produced by Ragdoll Productions. Andrew Davenport created, wrote and composed the title theme and incidental music for all 100 episodes.