The fab four fight to get time back to normal before it is too late.
The gang tries to prevent the evil Stryker from changing time.
Matt struggles to find the treasure in time.
The team embarks on a search for lost treasure.
Matt travels to Nuremberg, Germany, to put together a fantastic Christmas.
News on how Liz's unborn baby is developing; Matt goes on the trail of rare golden tarmarin monkeys.
The story of videos and home recording.
The new Thunderbirds film; junior European pommel horse champion Louis Simth.
Q is for quirky in the dogs' Alphabet; Liz makes Mississippi mud pies.
Day 2 of Blue Peter Champions from Brunel University in London.
Two teams of CBBC presenters battle it out in Blue Peter Champions 2004.
Watery challenges, including Matt's scary high dive, Liz's chilly escape from a capsized lifeboat and Simon's attempt to make his way out of a sinking ship.
Easter traditions; Britain's largest egg; shampooing and blow-drying chickens; Ukrainian egg-decorating.
Viewers choose George the tortoise's new girlfriend; Konnie and Liz join the Royal Marines.
Power boating around the Isle of Wight.
Simon aims to conquer his sky diving fears.
Liz travels to Holland to the biggest flower market in Europe.
Liz takes on her next presenter challenge.
The Rio Carnival.
The gruesome story of Burke and Hare, bodysnatchers turned serial killers.
Meg joins the police dog training centre.
The team learn to live off the land.
Friday Freebie; Simon enters the world of the magic circle.
Simon dives deep in the famous Blue Hole; Liz gets to grips with lobster fishing.
The rugby contest winner is announced.
A David Blaine-style escapology challenge.
From Belize: the story of the Mayan people.
Today it's the letter L for Labrador in the alphabet of dogs.
Konnie works behind the scenes at Top of The Pops.
Liz tries her hand at being a goldsmith.
Liz bravely takes the controls of a Lynx helicopter.
A winter sports special.
Matt makes an apple appetiser, Liz visits one of the most famous jewellery quarters in the world.
In Austria, Matt carves up the piste snowboarding while Liz zig zags through a slalom course and attempts the treacherous bobsleigh.
Matt makes an apple appetiser; Liz visits one of the most famous jewellery quarters in the world.
The team visit Edinburgh in Scotland.
A chance to win a doll's house and live music from Pete Waterman's new duo Duel.
The team visits Edinburgh in Scotland.
Chance to win a doll's house; live music from Pete Waterman's new duo, Duel.
Liz takes on the first of her presenter challenges.
The Singleton Detective agency attempts to recover the Pierre Bleu in the concluding episode of "The Quest."
The Alphabet of dogs reaches the letter L; Shetland Islands fire festival; the latest from the Get Together Appeal.
Dramatisation of Nina Bawdon's story Carrie's War.
Matt and Liz explore the world of flight.
A lucky winner goes to Norway to choose Trafalgar Square's Christmas tree.
The last chance to get the clues in drama series "The Quest.".
Konnie makes the tinsel for this year's advent crown.
Meg's birthday; the first candle is lit on the advent crown.
The fifth episode of The Quest: Masters of Time.
Konnie lives off the land with Ray Mears; life 1500 years ago.
Simon and Matt look at the letter 'L' in the dog's alphabet.
Including the fourth instalment of The Quest: Masters of Time.
The Grand Canyon; Hoover Dam; endangered Californian condor.
An update on this year's Get Together Appeal.
Busted; Quest 4: Masters of Time.
The letter K is reached in the Blue Peter Dogs' Alphabet.
News of this year's Blue Peter appeal; viewers' post.
Bonfire Night special from Warwick Castle.
Colditz, Germany; a new competition.
Liz goes on a bat hunt.
Amazon river trek.
Gizmos and gadgets; the launch of the annual Bike Right competition.
Viewers' letters; saving for Christmas; a report from Brazil's Pantanal.
The team travels across Brazil in search of rhythm.
Konnie learns what it was like being a servant in Victorian times.
Australia's Great Barrier Reef.
A summer expedition to Brazil.
Last of the garden parties; final of the Brain of Blue Peter quiz.
Gareth Gates appears at the garden party; Matt cooks something naughty but nice.
A garden party with a sporty theme.
Garden party with Big Brovaz; Simon steers a powerboat; the Brain of Blue Peter Quiz.
Garden party with a sporty theme; the Brain of Blue Peter quiz; Konnie attempts cheerleading.
The first garden party of the summer takes place.
The garden parties continue; visit from the Raven Master of the Tower of London; Simon and Matt travel on the Orient Express.
Summer garden party; Simon joins the Coldstream Guards during practise at Buckingham Palace; performance from Busted.
Part 2 of "The Quest"; guests Janet Ellis and Brian Cant.
Summer trip; Brad Pitt.
A new episode of The Quest; a guest appearance from former presenter Janet Ellis.
Guest appearance from former presenter Janet Ellis.
Poultry psychologist; unusual football team.
British Cheerleading champions; the UK's first Beyblade champions; the Blue Peter 532 train is on the move.
Viewer competition; hula-hooping; bird-friendly garden; Britain's greatest collector.
Mis-teeq renders a verdict on Simon's talents as a DJ; virtual tennis.
Rabbits; crime and punishment; Jerome Flynn plays comedy legend Tommy Cooper.
The team face watery challenges.
A trip to Hadrian's Wall to look at its history.
Fashion tips; cooking a local speciality; how to refloat stranded whales and dolphins.
Matt works on the Serengeti Cheetah Reserve Project.
A surprise telecast from the home of a viewer.
A celebration of the Eurovision Song Contest.
Konnie joins the nurses at Middlesex Hospital.
George the tortoise celebrates his 21st year on the programme.
A day in the life of Kari and Oke, the Blue Peter cats.
A day in the life of cats Kari and Oke; performance by Girls Aloud.
The team take to their bikes to raise money for Leukaemia Research.
The team celebrates the coming summer.
Matt is in Tanzania.
Behind the scenes of a very special film.
A surprise for Basil Brush; Busted perform.
Dog teeth; Easter decorations for the table.
Simon joins a firefighting team.
Matt tries to become a jockey.
Vincent Van Gogh; snowboarding.
The final episode of The Quest, and a visit from Atomic Kitten.
The latest mountaineers to conquer Everest; pet rats.
The 400th anniversary of the death of Elizabeth I; sprucing up the garden.
Basil Brush is in the studio, and it is the penultimate episode of "The Quest."
Canine health care; homemade Mother's Day presents.
The story of Faberge, jeweler to the Imperial Russian Court.
A special celebrity edition of Double or Drop.
A get-together with the latest team off to conquer Everest.
More Dog's Alphabet, and a visit to the annual Royal Shrovetide football match.
Gareth Gates lounges in the VIP area for Fan Friday.
The 50th anniversary of the discovery of DNA.
The 2003 Bikeathon; the annual pancake-tossing competition.
The Fan Friday guest is author Jacqueline Wilson.
In search of the Aztecs; a training session with Sven-Goran Eriksson.
Percussionist Mark Lung, age 12, performs in the studio.
Basil Brush starts out the weekend.
Liz trains for the British Women's Bobsleigh championships.
Konnie goes in search of tiger sharks.
Liz trains for the British Women's Bobsleigh Championships.
Basil Brush is in the studio and in a romantic mood for Valentine's day.
Simon joins the RAF falcons parachuting in the USA.
Friday regular Basil Brush dives into the postbag.
The Shetland Bus, a secret WWII operation.
A doll house made from grocery cartons.
Fan Friday; Simon trains with some of the UK's top athletes.
Matt looks back at one of the toughest ever Blue Peter challenges.
Matt looks back at the challenge involving the Royal Marines' endurance course.
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of the show "Grange Hill."
The cast of Grange Hill.
Basil Brush lends a helping paw in the studio; trip to Nashville, Tenn.
Basil Brush lends a helping paw in the studio.
NASA astronaut Piers Sellers; a gadget that translates a dog's barks.
Frost fairs; a team of huskies.
Astronaut Piers Sellers; a device that translates a dog's barks.
Frost fairs on the frozen river Thames; huskies; Matt joins the Holiday on Ice cast.
The third Quest begins, this time centering on an alien trying to save Earth.
Matt gives his third report from Tanzania.
Simon learns to parachute.
The team step back to the 1980s.
The children learn more horrors of the boys past.
A bring and buy sale in Norfolk; a performance from Cirque du Soleil.
The castle behind the inspiration for Disney's famous logo.
Matt hang-glides solo for the first time.
Some seasonal fare in the kitchen.
The world's most famous wax museum.
Final part of The Quest: Hunt for the Blue Stone.
The history of the Solomon Islands.
Money-saving Christmas presents.
Bishop Willy Pwaisiho, the vicar of Gawsworth near Macclesfield.
Water Works appeal; the Advent crown.
S Club Juniors; another round of "Double or Drop."
Details of this year's Christmas Appeal; the cast of "Grease.".
Spies and their gadgets; Pierce Brosnan.
The new "Life of Mammals" series; home-made Christmas cards.
H and Claire perform; the third instalment of the Quest 2.
Sheep dog trials; go-karting; ferret lovers.
Living in a recreated World War I trench.
The Sugarbabes; the second installment of the quest.
Scary pumpkin sculptures for Halloween.
The mysteries of the night sky; legends of Loch Ness.
Featuring a performance from Blue, a new competition, and The Quest.
Hawaii; volcanos; telescopes.
The world's coldest hotel.
Matt goes in search of 72-year-old nomad Ali Louche.
Performance by the winners of the Gareth Gates dance competition.
The 20th anniversary of the raising of Henry VIII's flagship the Mary Rose.
The brand-new Brownie uniform is unveiled.
More reports from the team's summer expedition to Morocco.
A celebration of the 100th year of the teddy bear.
Transatlantic yachtswoman Ellen MacArthur.
A new competition would design a dress for Liz.
Matt goes riding with the Household Cavalry.
A report on the 2002 Summer Expedition.
The life story of the composer Antonio Vivaldi.
The first report from this year's summer expedition to Mozambique.
The newest member of the team - Meg, a 20-month-old border collie.
Matt goes fishing; Simon and Konnie work in the rice paddies.
Highlights of the Vietnam expedition.
A look ahead to the forthcoming summer expeditions.
A preview of this summer's cinema blockbusters.
Australian rules football.
Killer spider; prize-winning orchids.
The team picks a winner to train with Sven-Goran Eriksson.
A visit to a Brazilian football school in the UK.
Maggie the dog goes on a whistlestop tour of London.
Simon Thomas demonstrates how to make a model of the Blue Peter set.
A celebration of the Queen's Golden Jubilee.
A guide to corgis; Atomic Kitten.
The lowdown on video games and consoles.
An update on the Blue Peter Bikeathon.
Simon uncovers London's lost underground; the history of May Day.
Making mobiles to brighten the dreariest of rooms.
The new maze at Longleat.
Entries for the Golden Jubilee portrait competition.
Simon dives with sharks at the Liverpool aquarium.
The new production of "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang".
A helicopter rescue; gymnast Hannah McKibbin.
The results of the Golden Jubilee competition are announced.
Ideas for homemade Easter eggs.
Music from Aaron Carter; an amazing collection of lawn mowers.
The history of comic strip heroes TinTin and the Smurfs.
Gnomes for the garden.
A blonde hedgehog; beautiful tiaras.
Intelligent robots; the world's first interactive bus stop.
Plate spinner; the launch of this year's Bikeathon.
Great gift ideas for Mothering Sunday.
Annual ploughing championships.
Konnie learns to be a weather forecaster.
A mission to transform the office.
Young designers turn bin liners and carrier bags into high fashion.
Viewers have the chance to star in the BBC's Sport Aid; S Club 7 perform.
The Belfast Giants; music from the Allstars.
A preview of shows on the new children's digital channels CBBC and CBeebies.
A performance from all-girl pop group Mis-teeq.
Home-made St. Valentine's Day cards and love tokens.
The results of the Commonwealth Games.
A celebration of national non-uniform day.
Liz takes a ride on the footplate of the Blue Peter 532.
Men's fashion, Stomp.
The team celebrates Burns Night; Simon investigates the history of the kilt.
Matt scales the heights of the Matlock cable car.
To mark Holocaust Memorial Day, Liz travels to Auschwitz with a camp survivor.
Simon takes to the wheel for some formation driving with a difference.
Liz has a chance to improve her snowboarding skills.
The studio is transformed into an ice rink for a performance from Holiday on Ice.
Simon puts his driving skills to the test.
Simon takes the plunge in a Royal Navy submarine.
Norway's climate; a fire drill on an oil rig.
Survival training in the Welsh countryside.
A special Christmas show with cards, the crib, presents for the pets, a last minute gift make and a carol round the Christmas tree.
Liz and Matt travel back in time to the year "Blue Peter" started.
A search of props to use in "A Rock and Roll Christmas".
Liz lights the third candle on the advent crown.
In the final week of the Quest, pop group a1 perform live in the studio.
The tallest spire in England; delicious treats for Christmas.
Matt Baker lends a hand at a Wheel Help Appeal Bring and Buy Sale.
Liz journeys to Leeds to switch on their Christmas lights.
Meg celebrates her birthday with cards, cake and a reunion with her siblings.
The story behind the special candles used on this year's Blue Peter advent crown.
The final Quest clue is revealed; Cirque du Soleil performs.
Champion trampolinists; the very latest in pet attire.
Making a bed for a cat; George the tortoise is put to bed for the winter.
Geri Halliwell performs her latest single and limbers up for a yoga demonstration.
How Konnie fared as a co-driver in an international rally driving contest.
A huge bring-and-buy sale.
Celebrity guests from "Children in Need" drop in.
Children celebrating the Hindi festival of Diwali show off their costumes.
An Autumn tidy-up in the garden; news of the appeal.
The latest single from boy band Blue.
This year's Blue Peter Appeal; the Egglescliffe School Orchestra; fireworks.
Incredible amphibian antics and fascinating frog facts.
Preview of the new Harry Potter film; a tribute to the great Houdini.
A young violin prodigy; a guide to making spooky wizard hats.
In Rome, Simon explores the Colosseum, learns to make pizza, models high-fashion clothes and visits the crypt of the Capuchin monks.
Bristol's maritime past and the city's connection to the slave trade.
Buildings and construction.
A Brain of Blue Peter quiz; collecting TV memorabilia.
The famous Lipizzaner horses; the sad tale of Napoleon's son.
The team celebrate the 75th anniversary of Winnie the Pooh.
The rare dormice.
An expert kite maker; an assault course for action figures.
The Vietnamese village of Tachal.
Simon goes on a quest for wild monkeys in the Vietnamese Rainforest.
Jamie Oliver cooks for the winner of the school dinner competition.
Vietnam's day-to-day life.
Fishing in Vietnam; Steps.
The team's trip to Vietnam; a competition.
Behind the scenes at this year's Blue Peter roadshows.
Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver announces the winner of the school-dinner competition.
The Commando Training Centre in Lympestone, Devon, for Marines training.
The first roadshow comes from Scarborough, where the team are joined by pop group a1.
Dragon boat racing; the Heathrow Gymnastics Display Team; motorised skateboard.
Atomic Kitten; customising old jeans; part two of Konnie's turtle adventure.
Peter Duncan's trip around the world; a cookery competition.
A young escapologist faces a live race against the clock; Liz joins a women's football team.
Matt Baker plays cricket with some stars of the game; a hot tub is road tested.
Water-skiing; design a Christmas card for Children in Need; chocolate creations.
A report on how Simon fared in the London Marathon.
A special edition in which Simon Thomas goes in search of tales of earthquakes and volcanos.
The home of Beatrix Potter; majestic Lake Windermere.
Meg the border collie; 14-year-old pop newcomer Lisa Roxanne.
Music from Steps; children's illustrator Quentin Blake.
Cooking tips; Book Awards competition results; "give your pet a vet".
St. George's Day edition; Matt and Liz learn how to tango; a report on the national census.
This edition comes from the Scottish ski resort of Glenshee.
Matt passes his audition into the National Youth Ballet's performance of "Toad".
From the Isle of Wight; yachtswoman Ellen MacArthur; photographer Julia Margaret Cameron.
The latest single from S Club 7; papier mache Easter eggs.
Queen Mary's doll's house at Windsor Castle; magician Dominic Wood performs a daring escapology routine.
A report from the Science Museum in London.
Simon takes to the skies in a meteorological research aeroplane to find out about global warming.
Cave diving; a bath for Meg the puppy; great Mother's Day gifts.
J K Rowling, author of the Harry Potter books, answers questions in the studio; Simon goes cave diving; Faberge Easter eggs are on display.
freefall lifeboating in Norway; how to escape from a submarine; airline stewardesses.
Stunt bike stars; surviving in the snows of Norway; how to make a sleepover bag.
The Portadown Annual Ploughing Championship.
Konnie spends the day with the RSPCA.
The changing face of Scouting; a travelling cinema; the Great Blue Peter Pancake Challenge; an amazing hi-tech fork lift truck.
Simon Thomas learns how to become a radio football commentator; a five-a-side football competition is launched.
From Paris: bread making; roller-blading; football and fashion.
A high-speed rally car; a new member of the Blue Peter team; Dan Dare.
Simon Thomas tries his hand at archery.
A film about children's artist Quentin Blake; luxury items for pets; bellydancing.
A special Valentine's Day card; Comic Relief news; Mel B performs.
Animatronic dinosaurs; the gruesome tale of Sweeney Todd.
A-1 performs their latest single.
A performance by Steps.
Simon's driving skills are tested; unusual bovine guests.
Simon goes in search of volcanoes.
The centenary of Queen Victoria's death; Osborne House on the Isle of Wight.
Liz trains to be a firefighter; a robot competition.
A Big Top for Cirque du Soliel; the Stamp Aid Appeal.
Matt reviews the past year on the farm.
Top moments from the past year; out-takes.
The first Christmas crib; last-minute decorations.
A report from the set of EastEnders; a cockney Christmas.
Edible Christmas tree decorations.
Homemade Christmas presents.
The first candle on the Advent Crown is lit; Matt sings with Steps.
The Lowry Museum in Manchester.
Vet Joe Inglis visits with some tawny owls.
Homemade Christmas decorations.
A mail train.
Baseball; circus school; Alcatraz.
Olympic bronze medalists in badminton mixed doubles.
The 175th anniversary of steam railways.
News on the annual appeal; winter window boxes.
Jeremy Button; ferrets; astronomer Anton Vamplew.
The Kirklees Junior Percussion Ensemble; window cleaning at Canary Wharf.
C.S. Lewis; portrait of the cats; the garden; building steps.
Britain's biggest telescope; results of the Bike Right competition.