Barney, Lindsey and Radzi host the first show of 2016. We go backstage at the Sports Personality of the Year awards and there's a look at the best bits of the show from 2015.
Barney heads to Blackpool and explores rays currently under threat in the wild. Lindsey goes down the deepest sewage tunnel in the UK.
Barney chats to Tim Peake. Angellica Bell reveals the Book Award winners and Mary Poppins gives a performance in the studio.
Lindsey continues in her Sport Relief challenge. There's a behind the scenes look at the new Kung Fu Panda movie, a ride in the Batmobile and a performance from Lawson.
Live from the Velodrom in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Blue Peter present a special edition for Sports Relief. In this episode, find out how Blue Peter's Lindsey Russell, 'The Wave Runner', does as she takes on one of the programme's most challenging tasks for Sports Relief. Elsewhere Barney shows where the money raised by Sports Relief goes. The charity will fund important projects across the UK and abroad.
A special following Lindsey Russell as she undergoes her Sport Relief challenge.
In 1965 Martin Luther King led a march between the cities of Selma and Montgomery, Alabama USA. The marchers faced violence, intimidation and difficult conditions, but over the course of that 50 mile walk, thousands of people joined to raise awareness around the world and bring about huge changes to the rights of black people in the US.
It was a walk that means a lot to presenter Radzi Chinyanganya. Growing up in Wolverhampton with a black father and white mother, Martin Luther King was his hero - and so to remember what those marchers achieved and to tell the story of what happened he'll be walking in the footsteps of those civil rights history makers.
In a special edition he'll walk the same route, and along the way he'll be meeting some of those at the centre of what happened in 1965: Senator John Lewis, who led the marches, and is cited by Barak Obama as one of the inspirations behind his rise to become President of the United States; Sheyann Webb, who was just eight years old when she faced police brutality on the Edmond Pettus Bridge; and Reverend Fredrick Reese - reverend of the Selma church the march left from.
Radzi will also be meeting some of the children whose life growing up in America has been affected by the civil rights movement, and find out what that part of history means to them. He'll be eating the same food, walking the same roads, and hearing the music that inspired them, to try and experience some of what those protestors experienced back then, to discover how what happened in one corner of Alabama has affected the USA today.
Join him on his journey to discover the walk that changed the course of history - the walk that changed the world.
This episode of Blue Peter is a fan club takeover, where viewers can control the show via the Blue Peter Fan Club. There are live online votes, viewer comments and a chance for you and your friends to become Fans of the Month! So if you've got your badge, the most important question is, are you part of the fan club yet?
Radzi takes to the skies to join in a flypast over Buckingham Palace to celebrate the Queen's 90th Birthday. A football freestyler attempts a new world record. Also, Barney takes on the art of scratching with a world-famous DJ and is challenged to a solo performance with BBC Philharmonic orchestra.
The Blue Peter team kick-start the summer badge baton relay, where they challenge viewers to earn all their Blue Peter badges, starting with the blue badge! To celebrate, Lindsey and Radzi get a head for heights by being strapped to a plane and attempt a wing walking challenge involving passing a baton to each other! Will they succeed? Also how to make a badge baton to store badges, plus the team surprise a viewer by delivering a Blue Peter badge!
Barney, Lindsey and Radzi each attempt to break their very own record, involving planes, badges and straws! Lindsey puts the new five pound super-note to the test and Barney commemorates 350 years since the Great Fire of London.
Celebrate Roald Dahl's 100th anniversary with a fantabulous Blue Peter special. The team try to recreate the science from his famous books. Also, the cast of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory perform in the studio. Phizz-whizzing!
The team are joined in the studio by a host of Olympians to inspire viewers to earn their sport badge. We continue Lindsey's sailing journey off the Isle of Wight, Barney gets some tips from an up-and-coming young darts player and the cast of the new Disney show, The Lodge, show off their singing and dancing moves.
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