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Little Dom's in a bad mood! Middle: the cat loved Stoke-on-Trent so much, he wrote a song about it! Even then you get the odd one complaining. In Edinburgh we'll carry on as if it were the early s. And it was rare amongst children's programmes in having a devoted following amongst people much older than the target audience. Right: the following day's Bungalow , on 2 November , was possibly the most bizarre edition of all time. The Kitchenette - which later had a ceiling hatch up to the Loft set.
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Brett Vincent for Get Comedy Are you ready?! The Sunday shows, meanwhile, remained CBBC channel-only - and possibly because of this still managed to retain an edge over Saturday's programmes, Dick and Dom pushing the boundaries of what they could get away with on a children's programme. However only the clips from that set have appeared online, along with the full first episode on BBC One. Left: Dick and Dom in their younger days, when they had curly hair. Left: Only six weeks to go! Indeed the show became very popular at this point, because merchandise became available, including a best of DVD set. Middle: the Prize Idiot is as Happy as Larry.
Left: from the final show of Series 4 - just when you thought you'd seen the last of him, Mr Blobby is back!!!! No, it's a genuine friendship. YGD is a gaming initiative for year olds which explores how games are made and the skill required to make them through workshops, a video series and an annual competition. Left, middle: cheer up lads, it's Christmas! Middle: the inaugural pants dance.