Almost single-handedly, Miley Cyrus invested a quiescent slice of humanity with an identity of its own. Before she roused them, tween girls aka the in-betweens or pre-adolescents enjoyed their lessons, helped their mums around the house and considered skipping and hopscotch the height of abandonment. Or so legend has it.
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It started on Monday 29th November and was broadcast from 6am-7pm, the first programme to be shown was "Teletubbies". It had 5 presenters during its 2 year run, the first presenter was Michael Underwood from November - November and then Adrian Dickson took over from November - February It's weekday schedule consisted of Teletubbies, Tweenies, Playdays, Maurice Sendak's Little Bear, Bitsa early seasons aired at lunchtime and pre-school shows along with educational shows, weekends would have Double bills of Teletubbies and of the Tweenies, Bitsa later seasons aired at lunchtimeChuckleVision, Bob the Builder and pre-school shows along with 6-torated aimed shows.
Their visit, part of "The No Sleep 'til Bedtime" tour, is on April 29, when thousands of pre-school fans will get the chance to see their pop heroes put on a star-studded performance. In concert, The Tweenies are set to stretch their musical talents further than ever before in an impressive instrumental collaboration of guitar, keyboard and saxophone. All the shows have been created to accommodate those with hearing disabilities.
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Forget EastEnders. The BBC's latest money-spinning programme is toddlers'. They have not only overtaken the Teletubbies, their rivals in the BBC stable, they are also spearheading a revival in the financial fortunes of BBC Worldwide, the corporation's commercial arm. The Tweenies sell in 37 countries and have spawned lucrative recording and touring income for the BBC and the programme's producer, Tell-Tale.
Tickets to the Tweenies and other live gigs are two of the reasons they love their jobs. Two MDs on why radio is going to become bigger and better for advertisers. Life, the national digital station from Capital, isn't a bad listen.