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Created by: Fun Kids

UK 6-1011+

Started: March 25th, 2022

Status: Active, 99 episodes

Kind: Episodic

Language: English

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Episodes

A Mysterious Humming Noise and Special Medals
00:22:58 | February 16th, 2024

This week we’re talking all about the wonders of beach combing, a mysterious humming sound and specially designed medals for this years Olympic and Paralympic games. 

Children’s Mental Health Week Special
00:29:40 | February 9th, 2024

This week we hear some of your top tips for looking after your wellbeing and mental health, and also hear from mental health experts on how we can look after our own wellbeing

A Ghost Bus Mystery and Ghanaian Treasure
00:21:53 | February 2nd, 2024

This week we learn about the upcoming Children’s Mental health week, a mysterious Ghost bus and Ghanaian Treasure!

Mystery of the missing Underpants
00:17:54 | January 26th, 2024

This week we’re talking about the recent storms that have swept across the UK, finding out about some missing underpants and hearing about a groundbreaking new medical treatment!

The Town with no Sunlight for 30 Days
00:24:34 | January 19th, 2024

This week we learn all about the Big Garden birdwatch, the Canadian town that didn’t see sunlight for 30 days and the squash players who played in this years Junior Open

How Minecraft became SO popular!
00:23:30 | January 12th, 2024

This week we hear about how Minecraft became one of the world’s most popular video games, the discovery of new species and scientists decoding the cluck of a chicken! 

Training Squirrels to collect rubbish?
00:23:02 | January 5th, 2024

This week we’re talking about the UK’s heroes who have been honoured by King Charles and new technology that is helping young people in Wales!

The Week Junior Christmas Special
00:20:48 | December 22nd, 2023

Bex is at the Week Junior’s Christmas Party discussing their favourite stories of the year! 




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Created by: Fun Kids
Started: March 25th, 2022
Status: Active, 99 episodes
Kind: Episodic
Language: English

UK6-1011+
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