CBBC

cbbcCBBC is a BBC television channel aimed at 6 to 12 year olds. It complements the CBBC programming that continues to air on BBC One and BBC Two. Launched on 11 February 2002, it broadcasts from 7am to 7pm on Freeview, cable, IPTV and digital satellite, occupying the same bandwidth as, but a different channel position from BBC Three.

CBeebies is its sister service for younger children. CBBC Extra is a free interactive television service from CBBC provided by the BBC Red Button. It is accessible from the CBBC channel by pressing red and then selecting CBBC Extra from the main menu. It can also be accessed from any other BBC channel by pressing red and going to page number 570.

The service differs across digital platforms, for example Sky viewers can access a video loop. Its availability on Freeview is dependent upon BBC Red Button not showing other interactive services, such as major sports events coverage. The service offers numerous features including a CBBC Quiz, Horoscopes, Agony Uncle Chris, viewer content and jokes and other interactive elements.
The CBBC website provides a wide range of activities for viewers aged 6–14, such as games, videos, puzzles, printable pages, pre-moderated message boards and frequently updated news feeds.


CBBC HD
CBBC HD is available on Freeview, Freesat, Sky and cable

See the CBBC website for more information.


 

Watch CBBC Live Worldwide

All FilmOn streams start with an ad, this can be skipped after eight seconds.
To view in full screen, click on the top righthand corner, press Esc to minimise.
CBeebies and BBC Three share capacity on Freeview and on satellite, when CBBC is off-air, BBC Three is broadcast.

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