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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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For a start, all applicants (aged six to 15) must already have a normal Blue Peter badge.
The first Blue Peter badge was launched 55 years ago, and the special edition version, the first time the badge has not taken a shield shape, will only be awarded during the 60th year.
3 Valerie, John and Peter VALERIE SINGLETON joined Blue Peter in 1962 following the departure of Leila Williams and John Noakes joined the presenting team in 1965.
A lock gate at Marsden was the star attraction in a special feature filmed by the BBC children's programme Blue Peter.
Blue Peter presenter Barney Harwood visited the school to film the sporting fun for a future edition - and presented headteacher Nick Sheeran, a big fan of the show, with his very own Blue Peter badge.
Science-mad Ross Exton is one of 10 hopefuls, whittled down from more than 20,000 applications, competing on CBBC's Blue Peter - You Decide to become the show's new presenter.
Myleene said: "It's a huge privilege to be involved in selecting the next Blue Peter presenter.
The announcement was made during a special episode of the children's programme Blue Peter on Wednesday, to mark World Book Day.
Dogs Trust chief executive Clarissa Baldwin said: "We are thrilled that Blue Peter has chosen a rescue dog as their latest canine team member.
A Blue Peter spokesman said: "Children's TV is moving up to Manchester in 2009 and we are planning for a Blue Peter garden up there.
BLUE Peter presenter Konnie Huq has revealed that she once turned down a date with pop superstar Robbie Williams.