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1974 edition. Items include Petra the dog's 12th birthday and Bonfire Night.
Helen faces her final running challenge and battles across an African desert.
Helen goes from a virtual novice to a high wire performer at her training camp in France.
Helen is challenged to walk between the two furthest chimneys of Battersea Power Station.
Jack Black shows off his best kung fu moves in the Blue Peter garden.
Chris Collins visits the garden to prove he has found the ultimate freak of nature.
Helen, Andy and Barney are joined in the garden by a bearcat.
The CBBC sports stars take part in wild wakeboarding, and the team make ice cream.
Andy takes to the water to swim across one of the deepest parts of the Pacific ocean.
After 5 fantastic years on Blue Peter, Andy is leaving. Time to celebrate his best bits.
Helen Skelton and Barney Harwood celebrate Wimbledon's 125th anniversary.
The final Blue Peter in Television Centre, before the show moves to Salford.
Andy Akinwolere goes behind the scenes of The Itch of the Golden Nit.
Barney and Helen kick off the new series by arriving at Salford Quays in style.
Barney and Helen launch the 2011 Blue Peter Appeal, with Andy Caroll and Charlie Adam.
Barney helps turn the BT Tower into the world's biggest lightsaber.
Helen finds out how movie gadgets are created on the set of Johnny English Reborn.
The team go joke crazy as Helen launches an appeal for viewers' jokes.
Helen learns a brand new skill and performs it at the premiere of The Three Musketeers.
The team meet two girls living in a zoo, and Liverpool footballers compete in a bake-off.
Ed Sheeran is in the studio, and Jacqueline Wilson tours her new exhibition.
Britain's Got Talent runner-up Ronan Parke performs his new single, with help from Barney.
Helen goes to a zoo to discover the culinary delights that are fed to the animals.
Barney undergoes a makeover to see whether he can scare visitors to the Blackpool Dungeon.
Barney discovers the science of laughing. Plus, behind the scenes of Legally Blonde.
The Blue Peter team investigate what factors make a hit video game.
Helen and Barney compete against one another to raise money for Children in Need.
The team has a cunning surprise up their sleeve for some very lucky viewers.
Barney teams up with songwriter Tim Minchin to write a comical song about CBBC programmes.
Liz Bonnin finds out if it is physically possible for humans to hibernate.
The Blue Peter cats make their first appearance in the new Salford studio.
ChildLine ambassador Marvin from JLS gives the Blue Peter team a tour of the headquarters.
The team devote a whole episode to the subject dominating many children's thoughts: toys.
Barney goes backstage at the BBC One Christmas promotional video to see how it is made.
Barney takes the first photo for a calendar which will be available throughout 2012.
Helen, Barney, the pets and special guest Joe McElderry celebrate Christmas in style.
Helen reveals her Sport Relief challenge for 2012.
Doctor Who star Matt Smith helps launch a new writing competition.
Barney Harwood, Dara O'Briain and Brian Cox present a special stargazing show.
Stacey Solomon guest hosts and also gives Mark Rose some TV talent show advice.
Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton makes an epic 500-mile journey to the South Pole.
The team get exclusive behind-the-scenes access to the new giant pandas at Edinburgh Zoo.
Pixie Lott chats to viewers as she answers their questions in a live phone-in.
Helen returns to the studio from the South Pole, and Barney catches up with One Direction.
DJ Tom Deacon catches up with Scottish singer-songwriter Emeli Sande.
The Blue Peter team unveil their brand new sunken garden at MediaCity in Salford.
To celebrate World Book Day, the team reveal the winner of the Blue Peter Book Award.
Helen and fashion designer Fatz K make some fabulous vintage-inspired jewellery.
Barney challenges super chef Aaron Craze to see who can make the most eco-friendly food.
The team broadcast live from the Harry Potter Experience at the Warner Brothers Studios.
Barney meets up with a master chocolatier.
Barney gives a roundup of some of the cutest baby animals in zoos across the country.
A special edition from the new Titanic Belfast exhibition.
Blue Peter launches an exciting competition to name a very special new plane.
Helen switches on the new Face Britain projection project at Buckingham Palace.
Helen visits Tottenham Hotspur's training ground to experience being a football coach.
The world's number two jet-skier, Jack Moule, is in the studio to show off his tricks.
Three teams go head-to-head in a bid to put on the best jubilee bash in town.
Celebrity photographer Rankin shares his secrets to taking the perfect portrait.
Helen and Barney host a live children's street party from outside the Blue Peter studios.
On this episode, Jake Humphrey speaks live to give the inside story on Euro 2012.
Britain's Got Talent winners Ashleigh and Pudsey are live in the studio.
Barney tries his hand at Cossack dancing in Ukraine.
Barney tries out a new photography technique for the Blue Peter calendar.
Dick and Dom tell us about their all-time favourite children's book.
The winner of the plane design competition is revealed.
Radio 1's Gemma Cairney shares her favourite children's book.
Helen and Barney are in East London to look ahead to the Olympics.
Helen Skelton and Barney Harwood select their top 10 favourite Blue Peter moments.
Helen and Barney select the final five of their top 10 favourite Blue Peter moments.
Author Jacqueline Wilson is live in the Blue Peter studio to answer viewer's questions.
Helen and Barney are at the Edinburgh Festival.
Damien Hirst reveals how Blue Peter influenced his Spin Art paintings.
Helen and Barney look at some of the more unusual and amazing schools around the UK.
Helen and Barney look at some of the more unusual and amazing schools around the UK.
The cast of the new series of the CBBC drama Leonardo are live in the studio.
Barney Harwood attempts a 'loop the loop' challenge with aerobatic team 'The Blades'.
Helen and Barney talk to top pop stars and lift the lid on how the music industry works.
The second part of Barney's aerial challenge with aerobatic stunt team 'The Blades'.
Barney is challenged to be the conductor of a real life orchestra.
It's an extravaganza as Helen and Barney launch Blue Peter's Appeal for 2012.
Barney is challenged to complete a James Bond driving stunt.
A special spooky episode of Blue Peter comes from one of the UK's biggest theme parks.
Helen, Barney and hundreds of children attempt to break a world record.
Helen and Barney surprise another set of viewers at a fundraising pyjama event.
Helen and Barney look back over the Go Pyjamas Appeal.
Helen and Barney show you how to design your own Christmas jumper.
A very special episode of Blue Peter where Helen and Barney look back over 2012.
A special Blue Peter, showing some amazing things you can do with a camera.
Helen discovers how to become an Aircraft Engineer.
Amelia Lily is in the studio to perform her latest single.
Helen Skelton and Chris Evans provide all the information for the short story competition.
Discover how Helen Skelton got on in her first Comic Relief Challenge.
Barney Harwood hosts a Blue Peter special all about gadgets and technology.
Helen takes to the skies in her Red Arrows challenge. Plus, a look at futuristic food.
We reveal how Helen got on in her Comic Relief photo challenge.
We reveal the winners of the 2013 Blue Peter Book Awards.
Helen goes to visit Shelley the tortoise.
The Hip Hop Shakespeare Company come to the studio.
Helen also surprises a cookery mad viewer.
Helen and Barney attempt to pass a baton whilst wing walking on two separate planes.
A slug expert pops to the studio.
Helen gets beneath the bandages of an ancient Egyptian mummy.
Bridgit Mendler earns a coveted Blue Peter badge when she performs her latest single.
Children's magazine with information, topical items and performance.
Featuring an amazing artist who can turn plates of food into magnificent pictures.
Helen and Barney launch brand new Blue Peter badge.
Helen and Barney launch this year's Summer Reading Challenge.
Helen and Barney look back at some of their most memorable performance-themed moments.
Helen and Barney show their favourite bits from in and around the Blue Peter garden.
Blue Peter welcomes the 36th presenter of the show, Lindsey Russell.
Find out how Lindsey coped with her second challenge.
Helen visits the Natural History Museum to see a dinosaur fossil.
Helen Skelton is hanging up her Blue Peter badge after five years on the show.
Children's magazine with information, topical items and performance.
Guest host Steve Backshall makes a hedgehog house for Blue Peter's Wildlife City.
Barney and Lindsey welcome new presenter Radzi into the studio.
The Vamps perform their new single Can We Dance? in the Blue Peter studio.
The team demonstrate how to make some wibbly, wobbly worms from jelly.
Radzi and Lindsey go head-to-head in an epic rally race along the Great Orme course.
Featuring the Doctor's current companion, Jenna-Louise Coleman.
Barney, Lindsey and Radzi have an update on Blue Peter's Doctor Who competition.
Lindsey gets to meet an animal lover nicknamed Kangaroo Dundee.
The studio is transformed into a winter wonderland.
Radzi puts the star on the top of the Trafalgar Square Tree.
The winners of the Doctor Who competition are announced.
It's Boxing Day in the Blue Peter studios and the team look back at a fun-packed year.
Blue Peter Presenter Radzi Chinyanganya takes viewers behind the scenes.
The team see in the New Year with a live World Record attempt.
Featuring an exclusive, acoustic performance from teen sensation, Elyar Fox.
Barney comes face-to-face with the world's largest passenger airliner, the Airbus A380.
Barney gets ready to celebrate Chinese New Year in the studio.
The team celebrate the 2014 Winter Olympic Games with a Winter Olympic Special.
Radzi demonstrates how to make a great alternative to a Valentine's Day card.
Barney finds out whether he's got what it takes to be a police dog handler.
The launch of Team Blue Peter for Sport Relief, plus a Shrove Tuesday pancake bake off.
The team reveal the winners of the Blue Peter Book Awards 2014.
Lindsey, Barney and Radzi compete against each other in a cycling challenge.
It's the final challenge for Team Blue Peter.
Featuring the best challenges from the Team Blue Peter Sport Relief 2014 campaign.
Radzi becomes an adjudicator at a huge world record attempt.
Singer and songwriter Tich performs her latest single.
The team demonstrate how to make an ingenious Easter nest.
Teen pop sensation Elyar Fox performs his latest single.
The team get their hands dirty in the Blue Peter garden for green season.
Barney meets British astronaut Tim Peake, and the team's green campaign continues.
Blue Peter features street dance and survival.
Barney and Radzi take part in a hovercraft race.
Lindsey finds out the effect just a few days' waste can have on the environment.
Blue Peter comes direct from Baltic Square in Newcastle.
The show is broadcast live from Minsmere in Suffolk, from the set of Springwatch.
To celebrate the start of the World Cup, it's a Brazilian-themed special!
Lindsey follows the journey of a guide dog puppy as it takes its first steps.
Lindsey and the team are at the UK's most famous tennis tournament, Wimbledon.
The team get involved with the workshops at the Hebden Bridge Handmade Parade.
Illustrator Quentin Blake answers questions from the viewers.
Lucy Cooke joins the team in studio with a mob of meerkats.
Radzi meets one of Great Britain's most successful Paralympic athletes, Libby Clegg.
The team are on the shores of Colwyn Bay, challenging each other to games on the sand.
Barney, Lindsey and Radzi are joined by pop superstars Union J and Ed Sheeran.
Blue Peter is in Switzerland and Lindsey reveals her epic new challenge..
The Time Lord is back and the team celebrate with a Doctor Who special.
Lindsey and Ore Oduba present from the Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing, China.
The team launch a competition to design a mission patch for British astronaut Tim Peake.
Lindsey and Radzi team up to race from Falmouth to Royal Greenwich.
Barney, Lindsey and Radzi attempt to break a very messy world record.
Barney attempts to surf one of the world's largest tidal surges.
Nathan Sykes is in the studio performing his latest single, Over and Over Again.
The team celebrates the purple badge and the viewers are in control.
Barney is challenged to conduct an 8,000-strong children's choir.
The team celebrate the art of words through books, poems, letters and music.
Blue Peter is live from Birmingham, for the special CBBC Awesome Authors weekend.
Barney hunts for magical creatures in a forest with Augmented Reality.
It is a Halloween spooktacular and the team show you how to make trick-or-treat cakes.
Sir Chris Hoy tells us all about Flying Fergus's antics in his latest book.
Barney, Lindsey and Radzi present the Blue Peter Book Awards 2017.
Barney takes on the World Pasty Championships and enters a Blue Peter pasty.
Barney attempts to come up with the world's funniest joke.
It's Blue Peter's Red Nose Day spectacular and Barney takes on a jokeathon challenge.
Get ready for blast-off with the very best of Blue Peter and space.
Blue Peter has more from the special CBBC Awesome Authors weekend.
The team reveal the 2016 Team GB Blue Peter sport badge.
The Blue Peter team meet the Paralympic team who have won 143 medals.
The Blue Peter team kick-start the summer badge baton relay.
The Blue Peter badge baton-relay continues with the sport badge 2016.
Barney goes to the Houses of Parliament to change the time on a very special clock.
Radzi continues his gymnastics challenge.
It's Blue Peter's Children in Need spectacular and there is a world record attempt.
The team announce the winner of the Wolfblood competition.
The team demonstrate how to make the 2015 Blue Peter Christmas card.
Barney catches up with astronaut Tim Peake ahead of his venture into space.
Lindsey and Radzi go head to head in an ice-sculpting challenge.
The team celebrate their love for daring World Championship challenges.
Radzi goes behind the scenes at the Sports Personality of the Year Awards.
Lindsey gets an exclusive look into the depths of the deepest sewage tunnel in the UK.
The team launch a huge new sporting competition.
Barney competes in the annual Great Olney Pancake Race.
It is the finale of Barney and Radzi's cycle challenge at the National Cycling Centre.
Featuring Lindsey's Sport Relief challenge, and Karen Harding is in the studio.
Mary Poppins visits and Angellica Bell reveals the Blue Peter Book Award winners.
Lindsey continues her Sport Relief Challenge. Also, Lawson perform in the studio.
The team are live from Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for a Sport Relief special.
Lindsey attempts to run across the Irish Sea in a three-metre inflatable ball.
Radzi retraces the route of a civil rights march that changed the course of US history.
Radzi goes behind the scenes on the set of CBBC's Wolfblood, and JAGMAC perform live.
The team plant rocket seeds that have been to the International Space Station.
Lindsey takes on a hockey challenge and Radzi attempts a roller derby.
Guide dog Iggy meets her new owner and the team launch a brand new competition.
The team say farewell to guide dog Iggy as she's off to assist her new owner.
A fan club takeover, where viewers can control the show via the Blue Peter Fan Club.
Lindsey experiences what it is like to float like an astronaut in a zero-gravity plane.
The team present a green badge special live from the Blue Peter garden.
Lindsey and Radzi try their hand at indoor skydiving.
Radzi takes to the skies over Buckingham Palace to celebrate the Queen's 90th Birthday.
The Blue Peter team get up close and personal with some supersized creepy crawlies.
The Blue Peter team takes a look at some tricks of the film and TV trade.
The team meet the Paralympic team, who have won a staggering 143 medals.
It's a Green badge special, jam-packed with UK wildlife.
The summer badge baton relay continues with the purple badge.
It's the last leg of the summer badge baton relay and the team celebrate the silver badge.
Blue Peter celebrates the end of the summer badge baton relay.
Barney, Lindsey and Radzi each attempt to break their very own record.
The team celebrates Roald Dahl's 100th anniversary with a fantabulous Blue Peter special.
The team are joined in the studio by a host of Olympians.
The team test their strength against the might of the England tug of war team.
Everything on this episode has been requested by viewers. Featuing live music.
Champion beatboxer Bellatrix puts the gang through their paces.
Radzi goes behind the scenes of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.
Barney and Radzi compete at the European Curling Championships.
Hundreds of viewers are in the studio for a traditional Christmas carol round the tree.
Barney, Lindsey and Radzi pick some of their favourite moments from a jam-packed 2016.
Lindsey and Radzi look back on some epic Blue Peter flying challenges.
Blue Peter celebrates its new-look blue badge with a special bake.
The team unveil a new purple badge which is awarded for reviewing the show.
The team celebrate the Lunar New Year with a lantern that viewers can make at home.
There's a magnificent fire performance and Europe's strongest man shows off his skills.
A romantic performance from Gabrielle Aplin and a chat with Lego Batman himself.
David Walliams talks about his book, and vlogger Nikki Lilly bakes treats for the team.