British childrens magazine program which has run since the end of the 50s. Aimed at kids from the age of about 6-14. The show has different segments where the presenters would show the viewers how to make things, how to care for your pet, and other features.
Jeffrey Petro <JeffP@iserver.icon.palo-alto.med.va.gov>
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The show has two time-capsules still to be opened: one was interred at BBC TV Centre in 2000 for excavation in 2029 and contains the then-current 29th Blue Peter Book and team details, instructions to make a George the tortoise toy, VHS and DigiBeta programme highlights, a 40th anniversary gold medallion and set of badges, a CD from Konnie Huq
, Simon Thomas
' old mobile phone, a ring from Katy Hill
's Mongolian trip, and a Geordie phrasebook from Matt Baker
). In February 2012 this (along with the bust of Petra and Italian sunken garden) was moved to MediaCityUK in Salford, Manchester when production relocated there from London. The second was placed at the Greenwich Millennium Dome site on 11th June 1998, for recovery in 2050. Contents include a Blue Peter badge and series history, plus viewers suggestions such as Teletubby dolls, a France '98 football and an insulin pen. See more
[deliberate double-entendre in item about making hedges by partially cutting tree trunks and laying the trees flat
One of the competitors was saying to me that as long as you have a decent length to start with, you can manage a good lay.
Referenced in Screenwipe: Episode #4.3
Composed by Herbert Ashworth-Hope
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