BBC to bring back Crackerjack after 35 years

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The BBC is to revive the children’s TV show Crackerjack, 35 years after it was last aired.

The broadcaster announced that the programme, which originally ran from 1955 until 1984, will be made at MediaCityUK, in Salford, by BBC Children’s in-house production team. It will air next year on Cbbc and iPlayer.

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