Five Lunar New Year Specials To Watch On CBeebies

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There is so much on CBeebies to keep the little ones entertained and excited for Lunar New Year! Here's taking a closer look at what's showing on CBeebies during this festive period:

CBeebies takes flight into the Year of the Dragon and ramps up the excitement with special episodes! Read on to find out more about the Lunar New Year programme lineup on CBeebies:

1. Panda and Krash S1

Date & Time:

  • 10 & 11 Feb 2024:¬†10.50am & 4.50pm

Making its special debut on the first day of Chinese New Year is Panda and Krash. Starring familiar Asian animal characters, this series follows an impulsive little Rabbit and a loyal Panda. Join them as they come to life in a toy store and embark on adventures together with their friends.

2. Go Jetters: Chinese New Year Dragon Dance Drama

Date & Time:

  • 10 Feb 2024:¬†12.20pm & 6.20pm
  • 11 Feb 2024:¬†12.31pm & 6.31pm

The Go Jetters have to stop a fire-breathing dragon robot from ruining the Chinese New Year parade in Beijing.

3. Yakka Dee: Dragon episode

Date & Time:

  • 10 Feb 2024:¬†12.31pm & 6.31pm
  • 11 Feb 2024:¬†12.36pm & 6.36pm

4. Andy’s Aquatic Adventures: Sea Dragon

Date & Time:

  • 10 Feb 2024:¬†12.36pm & 6.36pm
  • 11 Feb 2024:¬†12.51pm & 6.51pm

Learn about the Weedy Sea Dragon in Andy’s Aquatic Adventures.  

5. Dog Loves Books: Dog Loves Monsters

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Date & Time:

  • 10 Feb 2024:¬†12.51pm & 6.51pm
  • 11 Feb 2024:¬†12.20pm & 6.20pm

Dog and Pug finds a baby dragon in a spooky castle in Dog Loves Books.

Streaming Channels

You can catch the specially curated episodes on StarHub channel 303, Singtel channel 236 and BBC Player. 


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Leona Quek
Blessed with 3 handsome and loving boys in her life. Two of them call her Mommy, the other calls her Wifey. Every night, she wishes for an early bedtime, but misses her babies as soon as they sleep.

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