Christmas viewing for the kids

2014-12-24 07:00


Wednesday, December 24

If you’re a parent of an active toddler, you might want to cut this out and put it on the fridge. BBC kids’ channel CBeebies will be airing delightful holiday programmes over Christmas.

First is the Gigglebiz: Christmas Special at 1.05pm. Here, we see Captain Adorable looking for a mysterious man in a red suit who is seen flying over chimney tops on Christmas Eve.

At 1.30pm, Old Jack’s Boat: The Christmas Quest sees Old Jack trying to organise a sing-along, but it seems everyone’s too busy.

At 2.35pm, Mr Bloom and the Veggies celebrate Christmas with all the trimmings in Mr Bloom’s nursery.

As if the holidays weren’t fun enough already.

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