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Half a century ago Blue Peter set sail. In the early days no one at the BBC realized what a success it would be, but over the decades it has provided some of television's most iconic moments. 50 years later, it is still at the core of children's programming at the BBC. Beautifully illustrated with many rare and previously unpublished photographs, this is the official celebration of a national treasure.Read the fascinating inside stories of this amazing programme, from its evolution to the people and animals who captured the imagination and entertained and educated millions of the nation's youth across generations. Revive memories of presenters, pets, makes, appeals, special assignments, famous guests, badges and more, and let this wonderful book delight and entertain you just as the programme did when you were young.
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Immitated by many but surpassed by none, Blue Peter is the world's longest-running children's television series and currently reaches an average audience of 1.1 million for TV broadcasts, with around 1 million unique users visiting the website every week.About the Author:
After winning his first Blue Peter badge in 1972, Richard Marson joined the BBC in 1988 and worked on many flagship programmes including Going Live!, Top of the Pops and, of course, Blue Peter. After spending five years as a freelance Producer/Director for a range of companies including Disney, Planet 24 and LWT, he returned to the BBC to direct Record Breakers and Tomorrow's World, and this led to the chance to join Blue Peter as a Producer in 1998. In the decade which followed, Richard became first the Series Producer and then the Editor, editing over 500 editions before leaving the show in the summer of 2007.
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Book Description Hamlyn, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110600617939
Book Description Hamlyn, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0600617939