Guess which popular kid's show has been voted the best?
Well here's a clue - it has a logo of a sailing ship. Yes, Blue Peter has been named top children’s television programme of all time.
The long-running TV stalwart as its own badge and assorted cats, dogs - and formerly tortoises.
It was first on the BBC in October 1958 and its presenters have always been brilliant at making things from washing-up bottles and sticky-back plastic.
It's still on today, broadcast on CBBC - making it the longest-running children's television show in the world, writes the Birmingham Mail .
A new Radio Times poll voted for by celebrities including David Walliams, Konnie Huq, Noel Edmonds and Phillip Schofield has declared it the top TV show for kids.
The 30 experts were each asked to name their five favourite children's TV shows. Their votes were then added together to give the top 50.
Blue Peter was crowned the greatest ever, followed by Grange Hill in second place, then Newsround, Birmingham-based Tiswas and the Multi-Coloured Swap Shop.
Rounding out the top 10 programmes were Vision On, Live & Kicking, Going Live!, Play School and Crackerjack.
Blue Peter had as many as eight million viewers an episode at one time and received 1,000 letters a day from viewers who were after the coveted Blue Peter Badge.
Among the most memorable moments were John Noakes dropping his trousers to reveal bobsleigh bruises and his wife's underwear, Noakes scaling Nelson’s Column with no protective clothing and an incontinent elephant called Lulu.
Mark Frith, editor of Radio Times, said: "British TV produces the best programmes for children in the world – reading our list produces the most wonderful, warm memories."
Sixteen of the top 20 shows were broadcast in the 80s – making it the golden decade for children's television.
Radio Times Top Children's TV Programmes of all time:
- Blue Peter
- Grange Hill
- Multi-Coloured Swap Shop
- Vision On
- Live & Kicking
- Going Live!
- Play School
- Play Away
- SM:TV Live
- Animal Magic
- Byker Grove
- The Box of Delights
- The Borrowers
The 30 experts who voted in the poll were: Noel Edmonds, Floella Benjamin, Frank Skinner, Russell T Davies, David Walliams, Edwards Barnes, Lenny Henry, Peter Purves, Phillip Schofield, Chuckle Brothers, Biddy Baxter, Dick & Dom, Chris Packham, Sally James, Clive Doig, Steve Backshall, Pat Sharp, Timmy Mallett, Michaela Strachan, Richard Marson, Ayo Akinwolere, Malorie Blackman, Neil Buchanan, Ade Adepitan, Jake Humphrey, Iain Stirling, Justin Johnson, Andi Peters, Janet Ellis, Barney Harwood, Konnie Huq, Joe Goodwin and Ewan Vinnicombe.
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The top 50 can be found in the latest issue of Radio Times magazine.
Radio Times is celebrating the top 50 children's TV shows with four different covers, paying tribute to shows from the 60s, 70s, 80s and 90s.