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.
Lindsey and Radzi look back on some epic Blue Peter flying challenges.
Blue Peter celebrates its new blue badge design with an incredible live performance. Also, catch all the backstage action from Sports Personality of the Year 2016 and Gary Barlow's brand new talent show, Let it Shine!
Blue Peter turns purple this week, as we unveil our new look purple badge which is awarded for reviewing the show. There'll be music from The Vamps, and a brand new competition. Also Jessica Ennis-Hill will be in the studio to tell us all about it.
The young stars of A Series of Unfortunate Events visit the studio to talk about the new series. The team celebrate the Lunar New Year with a fantastic rooster lantern that you can make at home and Barney showcases his photography and comedy skills.
The show is set alight with a magnificent fire performance and Europe's strongest man shows off his skills. The team head out to the Blue Peter garden, bird-spotting with young gardener George, plus Lindsey has a go at American football
Love is in the air on this week's Blue Peter, with instructions on how to make a card with a secret message for your Valentine and a romantic performance from Gabrielle Aplin. Plus a chat with Lego Batman himself and a caving adventure - with cheese!
David Walliams talks about his book Grandpa's Great Escape! Lindsey and Radzi test out their skills in a special game of golf and vlogger Nikki Lilly bakes some delicious treats for the team.
Sir Chris Hoy tells us all about Flying Fergus's antics in his latest book, Radzi gets creative just in time for Pancake Day, and Horrid Henry creator, Francesca Simon, goes head to head against some fans!
It's the Blue Peter Book Awards 2017. Who will be victorious in the Best Book with Facts and Best Story categories? To announce the winners Barney, Lindsey and Radzi are joined by young readers, rapper Doc Brown and... A giant puppet elephant.
Barney takes on the World Pasty Championships and enters a Blue Peter pasty. Singer and songwriter Gavin James performs his new single and gives us the lowdown on what it's like to tour with Ed Sheeran. Also, talent from the UK B-Boy Championships World Final 2017 showcase their awesome moves!
Barney attempts to come up with the world's funniest joke, there are some seriously impressive animals, and the show takes a look at viewers' LOLs.
It's Blue Peter's Red Nose Day spectacular! Barney takes on a special jokeathon challenge, and there are some laughs in the studio with all the jokes viewers have been sending in. Also, there's a special performance from Grease the musical.
Get ready for blast-off with the very best of Blue Peter and space. Relive Tim Peake's epic journey to space, watch Lindsey float in zero gravity and try your hand at a brand new make that will let you keep the solar system in a jar.
It's the purple badge takeover, so everything has been requested by the viewers. Expect an internet superstar, amazing ballroom dancing and an actual ninja - with swords!
It's the Blue Peter make and bake special! Just in time for Easter, artist Jon Burgerman makes some fun egg splats, see how to make some edible emoji faces and emoji poos, and Barney enters a cake competition!
Radzi and Lindsey take on a zip-wire challenge, testing the scientific principles of friction. Lindsey gets involved with some lambing, and singer songwriter JP Cooper performs his single, September Song.
Find out who won the London 2017 Mascot Competition and see their design take shape. Also, Radzi has the time of his life as he heads behind the scenes at one of the world's biggest sporting events, Wrestlemania!
Callum and guide dog Iggy are back in the studio for a visit. Radzi and Lindsey go behind the scenes at the London Marathon, catch up with the second part of Radzi's trip to Wrestlemania, author Nick Mohammed tells us all about his magical-themed book and there will be a stunning performance from the winner of Young Magician of the Year 2017.
Blue Peter launches a brand new competition and it's all about... dragons! Kimberly Wyatt talks about her new books and Radzi tries to leap and roll his way to a new parkour world record.
Barney cleans some acoustic mushrooms at the Royal Albert Hall, and Lindsey is back in the Blue Peter garden to spruce it up for spring. The UK's Eurovision hopeful Lucie Jones performs her song, Never Give Up on You.
Lindsey faces her biggest fear - sharks! Plus the team head behind the scenes at the Eurovision Song Contest and count down to the deadline of the Blue Peter Design a Dragon competition. Only one week to go!
The winner of CBBC's Got What It Takes, Jorja, and CBBC's The Dengineers presenters Lauren and Joe visit the studio. Plus Lindsey and Radzi take on an ice hockey challenge, and Barney shows how to make colourful unicorn ice cream.
Learn how to make your own Shelley costume, courtesy of a Blue Peter fan, comedy mime artist Tape Face puts on a show and Lindsey tries on a beard of bees.
The team launch a spy-inspired competition with Anthony Horowitz himself! The outgoing Children's Laureate Chris Riddell joins us in the studio with the new 2017 Children's Laureate and Barney visits the european finals of the World Scooter Championships to see young scooter stars show off their tricks.
Blue Peter are celebrating BBC Music Day with some epic percussion from Stomp. Radzi takes on a sack race with a difference, and the team catch up with the youngest woman in the world to conquer both sides of Mount Everest!
Blue Peter has some furry Hollywood superstars in the studio and will be showing viewers how to make minion cupcakes. Also, it's just one week until the closing date of the Blue Peter Code-Breaker competition.
Medieval knights, their horses and lances show off some spectacular jousting. Barney takes on a downhill challenge on a mountain bike, and long-distance cyclist Mark Beaumont pops in to tell the team about his unbelievable challenge around the world!
The team are joined by some of the cast from CBBC's Hetty Feather for some Victorian-inspired fun and games! Radzi gets up close to some jellyfish, and Lindsey visits an amazing feat of engineering - a giant gadget known as the Falkirk Wheel.
Radzi learns to juggle with circus stars Bibi and Bichu, Barney tries on a dress to become the Queen of Hearts and Lindsey goes head to head with England women's international, Alex Scott, in a footy challenge.
Over 9,000 Blue Peter fans entered, and now viewers can find out who is the winner of the Design a Dragon competition. Also, watch London Stadium get transformed for a summer of athletics, and check out Radio 1's Greg James' and Chris Smith's super powers.
It's the start of this summer's big badge boat bonanza, with a Blue Peter make to help you store all your badges. Also, 5 After Midnight pop into the Blue Peter garden, and Lindsey and Radzi join the Royal Marines Commandos for a very messy challenge.
Blue Peter gets stuck in with all the World Para Athletics action in London. Join competition winner Elinor, as she heads behind the scenes at the Championships and find out how you can get your hands on the brand new 2017 sport badge.
t's a silver badge special, so the team invite some metal friends to the Blue Peter studio. Barney comes face to face with some seriously impressive and very cute robots. Also, everyone joins in to get the Blue Peter locomotive back up and running again.
It's a green badge special. Barney takes on a gigantic upcycling project. Lindsey surprises some green superstars, and young gardener George is back for an update on the Blue Peter garden.
This episode is all about the purple badge, which means viewers are in charge. So get ready for epic guitar skills, extreme cheese and lots of Blue Peter fans. Also, murder mystery author Robin Stevens will settle once and for all who took Radzi's wrestling outfit.
The 2017 sport badge season closes with a bang. Find out what everyone's been up to. Also, Barney takes on a mountain biking challenge and we catch up with the London 2017 competition winner.
On this week's record-breaking show, the team will attempt to smash world records involving hats, limbo dancing and peas! Barney has a go at learning a stunt car routine and Radzi works through the night to make sure your garden peas are as fresh as the day they are picked! All that and Freddie - a record-breaking dog!
On Barney's last ever Blue Peter, it's time to meet the winner of our amazing code breaker competition, as Barney joins them for an amazing spy day out in London. Barney also attempts a motorised dance routine in the second part of his stunt car challenge. Also, expect a few surprises for Barney along the way.
Lindsey gets to grips with the skills and speed of Irish dancing, and there are performances from the ballet version of Aladdin and 13-year-old singer, Beau Dermott. All that and your 3D post.
Get your pencils at the ready to take part in a live draw-a-long with author and illustrator Cressida Cowell. Also, we're joined by the stars of Descendants 2 and Lindsey attempts an Irish dancing routine in front of a massive theatre audience.
Ali-A joins us for a super-charged Blue Peter! There are performances from Dr Seuss' The Lorax and we witness some fast footwork from Tap Factory. Also, Radzi and Lindsey get put through their paces on the rugby field.
It's Blue Peter's birthday and we're celebrating with a special birthday quiz hosted by Harry Hill and our very own Shelley. Who has what it takes to be BP's ultimate fan? Also, Lindsey takes part in a rescue demonstration with the RNLI, and we unveil the Blue Peter Gold Badge Walk!
Dame Jacqueline Wilson takes the Blue Peter reins as guest editor of the show. We go behind the scenes at Matilda the musical, followed by an amazing performance from the cast in the studio. Also, we take a step back in time and revisit some sweet treats that would have been enjoyed during the Second World War.
Radzi begins training for his Children in Need Free-Fall challenge. Make a pumpkin treat bowl with Max and Harvey for Halloween. Also, find out how Blue Planet II is bringing the ocean to your TV screens like never before.
The Blue Peter fan club has taken over, with Sophia Grace performing live in the studio! There's also music from The Shades, plus we check out part two of Radzi's free-fall challenge.
Blue Peter's four-legged friend Iggy is back in the studio and is joined by CBBC's Pets Factor vets, Rory and Cheryl. Plus we check out part three of Radzi's epic Free Fall Challenge in aid of Children in Need.
See Radzi take on the ultimate Children in Need challenge with the RAF Falcons, go behind the scenes at Strictly, and a performance from Pixie Lott.
Blue Peter announces an amazing Worst Witch competition, Lindsey attempts to play blind cricket and author of the Jamie Johnson series Dan Freedman pops into the studio. Plus, we announce the shortlisted books for the Blue Peter Book Awards.
Anne-Marie performs her latest single Heavy and the team show you how to make our 2017 Christmas card. We go behind the scenes at CBBC's The Dengineers, plus Lindsey joins a team in attempt to break the land speed record in a supersonic car!
Christmas is fast approaching, so warm your cockles with a performance from Nativity! The Musical. See if you've got what it takes to be the ultimate festive fan. Plus find out how many Radzis it takes to change a lightbulb 190 metres up in the air.
Blue Peter does Christmas with a 250 strong choir, a festive Boogie Storm performance and Tom Fletcher singing the jolliest song ever. Plus Lindsey helps choose the Christmas tree for 10 Downing Street and the winner of the Worst Witch competition is announced.