Some famous faces are settling in for a story over the festive period.
Harry Styles is the latest famous storyteller for the kids' show.
The pre-schooler hit will offer more episodes from August.
The singer drew in a whole new audience for his turn on kids' TV.
The singer joins a long list of famous story readers.
The 'Strictly' winner and 'EastEnders' star will offer a BSL version of the story.
Kate is the latest big name to drop into the channel.
Legally Blonde star Reese Witherspoon is the latest Hollywood star to join CBeebies for a Bedtime Stories.
The Foo Fighters frontman will read 'Octopus’s Garden', written by The Beatles drummer Ringo Starr.
The 20-year-old actor and dancer has joined the CBeebies House team after being spotted by producers in an educational video about Down's syndrome.
The 40-year-old actor will make his CBeebies debut on 25 June when he reads Supertato.
The show is set to land on CBeebies and the iPlayer this autumn.
The Duke of Hastings star will be reading the bedtime story on Mother's Day.
The BBC channel for pre-school children has delivered an emotional anti-racism message online.
The 'Friends' star will read Julia Donaldson's latest book 'The Smeds and the Smoos'.
Judge Christopher Hehir said his eight-year-old daughter is a big fan of the animated CBeebies rodent.
The broadcaster ignored calls to pull the episode, insisting that the version of Jackson 5's 'ABC' used was recorded by the programme's own production.
'Fireman Sam' is not helpful for breaking down gender stereotypes, according to a female firefighting chief.
The BBC's CBeebies channel has issued an apology, after a raft of complaints rolled in when a presenter referred to snowmen as 'snowpeople'.
According to this report, Peppa Pig is to blame for the strain on NHS services.
Woody sadly passed away in June.
Get ready for Tom Hardy to crash Twitter on Sunday night when he delivers yet another pleasing bedtime story for CBeebies. The show has released the trailer for the Hollywood hunk’s forthcoming appearance in its Bedtime Stories series and the teaser has already sent fans into a tizzy. In the promo, the star recites a line from There’s A Bear On My Chair by Ross Collins in his familiar gravely voice and says “Well, I think that there’s enough room for our mouse and bear to sit together here.
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Sarah Jane Honeywell used to be a CBeebies staple but now the TV presenter has opened up about being fired by the children’s TV channel after posing nude to promote veganism for PETA back in 2011. Sarah also admitted that after being given the sack her close pal Justin Fletcher, otherwise known as Mr. Tumble, gave her the silent treatment and the two still haven’t patched up their friendship. "The day my picture went in the paper with the headline, ‘CBoobies’ I never heard from my lovely friend [Justin Fletcher] again.