Ever since the world's longest running live children's programme began on the 16th October 1958 it has grown from strength to strength! With new viewers in each generation, the show is rapidly becoming more and more popular, with CBBC presenters coming and going, new ideas and skills are added to the mix of the current presenters.
We reveal the winners of the 2013 Blue Peter Book Awards.
The team launch a competition which offers a money-can't-buy prize to design a Sonic Device which will appear in the brand new series of Doctor Who! Stephen Nicholas, props supremo on Doctor Who will be in studio to help launch the competition, bringing with him an array of devices and props that have been used on the set of Doctor Who over the years. There's an exclusive interview with the Doctor's current companion, Jenna-Louise Coleman, who answers viewers questions and there's also the chance to create your very own alien, live on-air with the help of former Doctor Who storyboard artist, Shaun Williams.
Barney, Lindsey and Radzi have an update on Blue Peter's Doctor Who competition, which gives viewers the chance to design a Sonic Device which will then appear in the brand new series of Doctor Who in 2014. The team will also be showing you how to make Dalek cupcakes to enjoy with your friends for BBC One's 50th anniversary special. If that's not enough, the Doctor himself, Matt Smith, answers viewers' questions in an exclusive interview from inside the Tardis.