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Top BBC kids’ shows now available On Demand

Top BBC kids’ shows now available On Demand

21/03/2016TV

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Looking for the very best in kids’ TV to keep the little ones entertained? Well TV XL customers are in luck! With hundreds of hours of shows available On Demand and exclusive to the XL package, you won’t have to waste time rifling through the channels for quality TV for the children. Now, it’s all in one place.

With the Easter holidays coming up, you’ll be scouting out ways to keep your little cherubs entertained. You can definitely rely on the winning combination of CBBC, CBeebies and Virgin Media to keep them out of mischief!

Here are a few of our favourites…

For budding zookeepers… watch Andy’s Wild Adventures

Join Andy and his cat mate Kip as they globe trot on a whirlwind of adventures. The show combines natural history archives with cutting edge technology for an immersive wildlife experience.

For little learners… watch Charlie & Lola

Based on Lauren Child’s award-winning picture books, the Charlie & Lola series follows the footsteps of a brother-sister duo as they make sense of the world around them. For a nice touch, in a similar style to Peanuts, the series uses kids’ voices rather than adult actors.

Gwen, Bob and Tony are three charming dinosaurs on an animated adventure to explore their extraordinary world – and making plenty of mates along the way.

For the adventurers… watch Deadly 60

BAFTA-winner Steve Backshall tracks down 60 of the world’s deadliest animals in this nail-biting nature series. It’s edge of the seat stuff!

For the kids and kids-at-heart… watch Horrible Histories

While it’s technically for the little ones, there’s plenty of learning and laughs packed in here for the grown-ups, and boasts a cast that most Brit series could only dream of – Mathew Baynton (The Wrong Mans), Sarah Hadland (Miranda) and David Baddiel (Fantasy Football).

For the young James Bonds… watch M.I. High

Keep the bigger kids entertained with this thrilling spy-fi series, which follows the exploits of four secondary school kids as they work as undercover spies. Think Spooks for the next generation.

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