WHEN Blue Peter first aired in 1958, no one could have predicted it would still be going 60 years later: today, the world's longest running children's show will celebrate this historic birthday with a one-hour live special on CBBC.
Q: How do I know how much screen time is too much and are there specific screen-time recommendations for children of different ages? A: Senior psychologist and parenting expert Conor Owens wants parents to put away screens and 'pause for play' with their children.
IT'S Cinemagic time again, with a month-long programme of film screenings, masterclasses, workshops and special events aimed at offering children and young people an insight into the magic of film, television and digital technologies.
THE tragic death of English teenager Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, who passed away after suffering a fatal allergic reaction to a Pret A Manger sandwich on board a flight to France, has brought the issue of allergen labelling into sharp, heartbreaking focus.
It’s nice to be nice, isn’t it? I mean, being kind is one life’s greatest gifts, it can help brighten someone’s day and it doesn’t cost anything - so, why don’t we do it more? Like everyone else I’m sure, I have days when I wonder where all the goodness and kindness in the world has gone.