blue peter


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blue peter

Nautical a signal flag of blue with a white square at the centre, displayed by a vessel about to leave port
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But there were no hard feelings and the Blue Peter trio later paid Lulu a visit at her Chessington Zoo home.
Driss, who will make his Blue Peter debut on May 16, worked as a presenter and producer for Joe Media, where he fronted weekly broadcasts interviewing stars.
"Pets have always been such an important part of Blue Peter and it's so exciting to be welcoming the latest one to the show."
They will follow Henry's story so far as he leaves the rehoming centre with his new family and adapts to his new life, before he makes his first visit to the Blue Peter offices and studio.
Blue Peter attracted up to eight million viewers in its heyday and tens of thousands of children had a go at making Tracy Island at home.
I made it!" The gold badge is Blue Peter's highest award and is given to people who have shown expertise in their chosen field, are considered to be role models, and who encourage and motivate children across many generations.
I'm STILL gutted that none of my creations were ever deserving of a coveted Blue Peter badge.
A friend of a friend sent a picture he'd drawn to Blue Peter when he was a kid.
Walking a special blue carpet the TV and radio presenter explained why Blue Peter, the longest-running children's TV series in the world, means the world to him.
Starring some of the nation's favourite Blue Peter presenters, it will also feature music from the likes of The Vamps and Sophie Ellis-Bextor - all accompanied by the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra - while the Diamond Time Capsule will be sealed in the National Archives.
WHEN Blue Peter first aired for 15 minutes in 1958, no one could have predicted it would still be going 60 years later.