Ed and Naomi aim to become kung fu masters in a day.
Ed and Inel take a boat trip on the famous Kerala backwaters.
Ed Petrie and his friends find the most unusual places in Asia.
Andy Day looks at a selection of baby animals as they learn valuable jumping skills.
The team build 11-year-old Whitney her very own den to answer all her eco needs.
Andy Day looks at a selection of baby animals as they learn how to warm up and cool down.
Blue Peter celebrates its new-look blue badge with a special bake.
The team build 11-year-old Joshua his very own DJ den.
Andy Day looks baby animals as they learn vital climbing skills.
Maddie uses a special camera and animation to find out how cake ingredients work together.
Andy Day looks at the tricky first steps of baby animals.
Maddie looks at clothes. She uses a microscope camera to look at the zip on her hoodie.
Prank Devils and Dancing Divas head to a local park to stage two wire-work pranks.
Past residents of the Dumping Ground reunite to cook fun and tasty recipes.
Lindsey and Radzi look back on some epic Blue Peter flying challenges.
The Dengineers build 10-year-old Carrie a gingerbread house den.
Radio 1's film critic Ali Plumb tries to identify the secret of the wizarding world.
Barney, Lindsey and Radzi pick some of their favourite moments from a jam-packed 2016.
Our five UK kids head off to a remote Cambodian coffee plantation.
Bowes Primary School from London take on Hadrian Academy from Bedfordshire.
Andy Day narrates a tale of animals born in some of the coldest places on earth.
Ellie, Alice, Faith, Joe and Sam begin their working journey in Cambodia.
Greenland Community Primary School take on Millburn Primary School.
Greenland Community Primary School take on St Michael's Church of England Primary School.
Dick and Dom's quest takes them into the world of renewable energy.
Nikki, Oli, Elodie and Hamish are set a British technical challenge - but with a twist.
Millie, Mack, Zac and Rosie take on two internationally themed challenges.
Dick and Dom discover the ideas that have made shifting heavy weights a whole lot easier.
The doctors reveal how important cartilage is to your body.
The four bakers have the mammoth task of flipping 12 uniform pancakes.
Needing to go to hospital means Rufus often misses out on the play adventures he loves.
Susan Calman asks the questions as two teams of CBBC stars battle it out.
Hundreds of viewers are in the studio for a traditional Christmas carol round the tree.
A behind-the-scenes look at the musical School of Rock, in the run-up to opening night.
It is Gala day and this year the theme is the Frozen Kingdom.
The Dengineers build 11-year-old Lola an old-fashioned cinema den.