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  1. CITV - Wikipedia

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    CITV (short for Children's ITV or initialed for Children's Independent Television) is a British free-to-air children's television channel owned by ITV plc.It broadcasts content from the CITV archive and acquisitions, every day from 6 am to 9 pm which was previously 6 am to 6 pm until 21 February 2016.

    • History

      Before being known as Children's ITV, the timeslot for...

    • CITV Channel

      The CITV channel was due to start in 2001 but was axed when...

    • Programming

      Programming between 6:00 and 9:25 am is controlled by ITV...

    • Presenters

      Presenters and announcers on CITV over the years have...

  2. List of programmes broadcast by CITV - Wikipedia

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    The following is a list of programming, past and present, which has been carried by CITV, the children's television strand of ITV in the United Kingdom, both in the form of the programming block carried from 3 January 1983 to 2007, and on the separate CITV digital channel since 11 March 2006.

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  4. CITV-DT - Wikipedia

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    CITV-DT, virtual and VHF digital channel 13, is a Global owned-and-operated television station licensed to Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The station is owned by Corus Entertainment.

    • Global (secondary, 1988–2000; O&O since 2000)
    • Independent (1974–2000)
  5. From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia CITV is a British television channel. It is broadcast by Sky Digital, Virgin Media, and Freesat. It was released on 17 December 1981.

  6. CITV Wiki | Fandom

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    The CITV Wikia is an encyclopedia of information which strives to cover all aspects of Children's ITV, just as the CBBC Wiki does for Children's BBC. This is a fan wiki, which means that anyone is welcome to contribute!

  7. Children's ITV (later known as CITV) is the children's strand of British terrestrial television network ITV, where Thomas the Tank Engine & Friends was originally broadcast in the UK.

  8. Mini CITV | CITV Wiki | Fandom

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    • Overview
    • Current Programming
    • Mini CITV Schedule

    Mini CITV is the pre-school slot on the CITV channel that airs every weekday from 08:45 to 15:00 during school term time for younger children. After 3pm during term time, the stand ends and goes back to normal CITV programming, particularly for older children aged between 6 and 12. During weekends and school holidays it airs from 06:00 to 07:25 daily. The Mini CITV block is aimed at slightly younger children, particularly aged between 3 and 5. It's programming focuses on pre-school/EYFS children...

    Abacat and friends is a CITV Children's Show from 1994 to 1998 with Abacat, Cheesy, Ruskman and Clockface and their friends. this show has 3 shows in all like Rainbow, Tots TV Wizadora Allsorts LazyTown Rosie & Jim Sooty and Co The Magic House Alphabet Castle

    The Brand New in on CITV of under 5's who begins airing in October 26, 1998, and is host by Victor the Car, Roger the Plane and Bubbles the Singing Fish with Mr. Clock, Mailbox, Signpost and thier pre-school friends. The 1st Telly Tots of under 5's Host of Danielle ...

    and these are the weeks it is absent from CITV schedules (excluding weekends):

  9. Spatz | CITV Wiki | Fandom

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    Spatz is a children's comedy series that ran on CITV during the 1990s, produced by Thames Television and created by Andrew Bethell. The show originally ran from 21 February 1990 to 10 April 1992. The show centred on a [fast food restaurant situated in a fictional shopping mall in Cricklewood, London. It was operated by two Canadians, Karen Hansson (Jennifer Calvert), Spatz International's European co-ordinator, and Thomas "TJ" Strickland (Paul Michael), the restaurant's manager. Vas Blackwood, S...

    Spatz was devised by Andrew Bethell as a drama for teenagers set in a 1930s themed burger bar, so named because spats might have been worn there. Alan Horrox at Thames Television bought the concept and title and passed them to Grant Cathro and Lee Pressman, already established at Thames Television as the writers of T-Bag and creators of Mike and Angelo, to develop Spatz as a sitcom. While updating the setting to a standard fast food restaurant, the name Spatz was retained, with the writers notin...

  10. ITV (TV network) - Wikipedia

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    Children's programming was originally provided during weekday afternoons and weekend mornings, however following the launch of the CITV Channel in 2006, all children's programming, with the exception of the weekend ITV Breakfast slot, were relocated from the ITV line-up to the CITV channel in 2007, a move which was challenged by Ofcom in April 2007.

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