How do I contact CBeebies?

How do I contact CBeebies?

To send a message or picture to the CBBC Office You can contact Hacker, Dodge or any of the CBBC Office presenters by emailing: [email protected] or via post to: CBBC, PO BOX 9989, Salford, M5 0DP. The team receive hundreds of emails and letters every day so unfortunately they cannot mention all of them on TV.

What is CBBC phone number?

Contact CBBC

Postal address Quay House MediaCityUK Salford M50 2QH
Telephone +44 20 8743 8000
Official website
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How do I contact Newsround?

Getting in touch…

  1. Before you contact us please check our frequently asked questions.
  2. To suggest a story idea, send a comment or let us know of any problems you’ve spotted email [email protected]
  3. The BBC has a system of dealing with complaints from our audience.

How do you get on CBBC?

BBC iPlayer Kids is a free app, available to download now onto your mobile or tablet. Find all your favourite CBBC and CBeebies shows in a safe and easy to use app – made just for you. Watch shows now or download them to enjoy later.

What is the CBeebies address?

CBeebies House, PO Box 1234, Salford M5 0DN.

How do I contact Blue Peter?

We rely on your consent to process your personal information. You may withdraw your consent at any time by contacting [email protected] or by writing to: BLUE PETER, MEDIACITYUK, SALFORD, M50 2BH.

What is CBeebies address?

Contact CBeebies

Postal address Quay House MediaCityUK Salford M50 2QH
Telephone +44 20 8743 8000
Official website
Wikipedia BBC
YouTube BBC

How do I email Blue Peter?

CBBC on Twitter: “Hi Mark, email [email protected] 😊… “

How do you get on Newsround?

I want to be on Newsround! If you have a great story idea, send it to us. We read every single idea that people send in – and if we feature your story we may even contact you to take part. So if you’ve got a really good idea that you want to share with the Newsround team, get in touch.

What does CBBC stand for?

Children’s BBC
CBBC (short for Children’s BBC, also known as the CBBC Channel) is a British free-to-air children’s television channel owned and operated by the BBC and the brand used for all BBC content for children and teenagers aged 6 to 17.

Can I send a video to Blue Peter?

Send us your videos! Send us your video now using the ‘Send your stuff’ link below, you never know, you might make it on the telly! Make sure you do: Record a clear video – landscape mode is better. Leave your first name in the video description and information about what you’ve filmed.

How do you send cards to CBeebies?

Instead of posting your card, you need to take a picture of the card and send it to us using the Send your stuff button below. Please include the first name, age and a short message for the presenter. We’ll be posting the daily shout-outs for birthdays here on the CBeebies website.

What are the new channel numbers for CBBC?

CBBC will move from channel 120 to channel 201. These changes will only affect people using Freeview or YouView. Your channel numbers won’t change if you use other providers such as Sky, Virgin

Where can I watch CBBC in the UK?

Watch CBBC on Freesat, Freeview (UK), Sky and TVPlayer CBBC is a children’s television channel from the BBC. The channel targets 6-12 year olds with a mix of entertainment, educational and news programmes. It is the home for long running children’s shows, Blue Peter and Newsround.

When did the CBeebies and CBBC Channel start?

Launched in 2002 alongside its sister channel, CBeebies, which serves the under eight audience, the name was previously used to brand all BBC Children’s content. CBBC broadcasts for fourteen hours per-day from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm. CBBC was named Channel of the Year at the Children’s BAFTA awards in November 2008 and 2012 and 2015.

When does CBBC sign off for the day?

The channel originally shared bandwidth on the digital terrestrial television platform with BBC Knowledge, and later BBC Three, necessitating that CBBC sign off at 7:00 p.m. daily. Beginning on 11 April 2016, following the closure of the linear BBC Three television service, CBBC extended its broadcast day by two hours.