HERE'S ONE I MADE EARLIER: KONNIE HUQ CELEBRATES CHILDREN'S TV FOR BBC CENTENARY
Here’s One I Made Earlier is a special programme which explores and celebrates the very best of British Children’s Programming from the past 100 years, to mark the BBC Centenary.
From the very first radio broadcast of Children’s Hour in 1922, via the iconic Magic Roundabout and the chaotic fun of Tiswas, right through to Saturday morning megahits such as Going Live and SMTV.
Here’s One I Made Earlier promises to treat viewers to the ultimate story of one of the most important TV genres.
Blue Peter’s longest serving female presenter, Konnie Huq, will guide viewers through this extraordinary cultural and historical adventure, featuring not only nostalgic highlights from the past century, but also showcasing how Children’s TV has been at the forefront of change, social progression and inclusivity.
Along the way, Konnie will be joined by a host of famous faces, who will help her examine seminal moments from the past 100 years in this unmissable telly treat.
Here's One I Made Earlier (1 x 60’) is a Mighty Scotland Production for BBC One and BBC iPlayer.