Ask-Adders BBC Listings
 
home | links |

BBC Backstage

This service would not be possible without the support and information provided by backstage.bbc.co.uk

 

One Minute Wonders

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-26 10:00:00
13/13. Amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Blink and Missit warn us never to get into a staring competition with a snake or between an apple and a banana when they are arguing.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-26 09:00:00
13/13. Amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Blink and Missit warn us never to get into a staring competition with a snake or between an apple and a banana when they are arguing.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-25 10:00:00
12/13. Exploring the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Blink and Missit learn that caterpillars have many disguises, and can turn themselves into leaves to avoid being eaten.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-25 09:00:00
12/13. Exploring the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Blink and Missit learn that caterpillars have many disguises, and can turn themselves into leaves to avoid being eaten.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-22 10:00:00
11/13. Amazing things that happen every minute. Blink and Missit find that a cheetah travels at 2km a minute and handles well round corners, but there's nowhere to put the shopping.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-22 09:00:00
11/13. Amazing things that happen every minute. Blink and Missit find that a cheetah travels at 2km a minute and handles well round corners, but there's nowhere to put the shopping.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-21 10:00:00
10/13. Blink and Missit discover that not all birds can fly, but some clever fish and squirrels can, and that your games console might power the fastest computer in the world.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-21 09:00:00
10/13. Blink and Missit discover that not all birds can fly, but some clever fish and squirrels can, and that your games console might power the fastest computer in the world.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-20 10:00:00
9/13. Exploring the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds, including a look at the star nosed mole, the secret talent of hippos, and an interesting toilet roll statistic.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-20 09:00:00
9/13. Exploring the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds, including a look at the star nosed mole, the secret talent of hippos, and an interesting toilet roll statistic.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-19 10:00:00
8/13. A look at the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Mozzy the mosquito joins the police force and gets into a flap. There's a look at how snow can be fast as well as cold.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-19 09:00:00
8/13. A look at the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Mozzy the mosquito joins the police force and gets into a flap. There's a look at how snow can be fast as well as cold.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-18 10:00:00
5/13. A look at amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Blink and Missit discover that you'll never see a crocodile lick a lolly and that red blood cells live for just 120 days.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-18 09:00:00
5/13. A look at amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Blink and Missit discover that you'll never see a crocodile lick a lolly and that red blood cells live for just 120 days.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-15 10:00:00
6/13. A look at the amazing things happening each minute. Blink and Missit learn that a pig is as smart as a child, and that there is a tribe in Brazil who do not count above two.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-15 09:00:00
6/13. A look at the amazing things happening each minute. Blink and Missit learn that a pig is as smart as a child, and that there is a tribe in Brazil who do not count above two.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-14 10:00:00
7/13. A look at the amazing things happening each minute. Blink and Missit discover you will never see a crocodile lick a lolly, and that red blood cells live a lifetime in 120 days.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-14 09:00:00
7/13. A look at the amazing things happening each minute. Blink and Missit discover you will never see a crocodile lick a lolly, and that red blood cells live a lifetime in 120 days.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-13 10:00:00
4/13. Blink and Missit learn about the strength of human hair, find out how much money leaves cash machines every minute and take a look at the world's largest waterfall.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-13 09:00:00
4/13. Blink and Missit learn about the strength of human hair, find out how much money leaves cash machines every minute and take a look at the world's largest waterfall.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-12 10:00:00
2/13. A look at all the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Blink and Missit measure the speedy heartbeat of a racing driver and the speedy fists of Ricky Hatton.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-12 09:00:00
2/13. A look at all the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Blink and Missit measure the speedy heartbeat of a racing driver and the speedy fists of Ricky Hatton.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-11 10:00:00
1/13. A look at all the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Here, tips on how to feel like Lewis Hamilton and a look at how long it would take for robots to take over the world.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-11 09:00:00
1/13. A look at all the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Here, tips on how to feel like Lewis Hamilton and a look at how long it would take for robots to take over the world.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-08 10:00:00
3/13. A look at the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Blink and Missit work out that 245 babies are born on Earth every minute, and that the Earth is getting heavier.

> One Minute Wonders on CBBC at 2009-05-08 09:00:00
3/13. A look at the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Blink and Missit work out that 245 babies are born on Earth every minute, and that the Earth is getting heavier.

> One Minute Wonders on BBC One at 2009-03-30 16:05:00
Amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Blink and Missit warn us never to get into a staring competition with a snake or between an apple and a banana when they are arguing.

> One Minute Wonders on BBC One at 2009-03-30 15:05:00
Amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Blink and Missit warn us never to get into a staring competition with a snake or between an apple and a banana when they are arguing.

> One Minute Wonders on BBC One at 2009-03-23 16:05:00
Exploring the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Blink and Missit learn that caterpillars have many disguises, and can turn themselves into leaves to avoid being eaten.

> One Minute Wonders on BBC One at 2009-03-16 16:05:00
Amazing things that happen every minute. Blink and Missit find that a cheetah travels at 2km a minute and handles well round corners, but you'll have nowhere to put your shopping.

> One Minute Wonders on BBC One at 2009-03-09 16:05:00
Blink and Missit discover that not all birds can fly, but some clever fish and squirrels can, and that your games console might power the fastest computer in the world.

> One Minute Wonders on BBC One at 2009-03-02 16:05:00
Exploring the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds, including a look at the star nosed mole, the secret talent of hippos, and an interesting toilet roll statistic.

> One Minute Wonders on BBC One at 2009-02-23 16:05:00
A look at the amazing things that happen every 60 seconds. Mozzy the mosquito joins the police force and gets into a flap. There's a look at how snow can be fast as well as cold.

> One Minute Wonders on BBC One at 2009-02-16 16:05:00
A look at the amazing things happening each minute. Blink and Missit discover you will never see a crocodile lick a lolly, and that red blood cells live a lifetime in 120 days.

> One Minute Wonders on BBC One at 2009-02-02 16:05:00
A look at the amazing things happening each minute. Blink and Missit discover you will never see a crocodile lick a lolly, and that red blood cells live a lifetime in 120 days.

> One Minute Wonders on BBC One at 2009-01-19 16:05:00
Blink and Missit work out that here on Earth 245 babies are born every minute making a lot of noise and poo. Unlike some butterflies who don't poo at all, but do taste with their feet.

> One Minute Wonders on BBC One at 2009-01-05 16:05:00
Blink and Missit tell you how to feel like Lewis Hamilton, how long it would take for robots to take over the world, and what Charles Osbourne did 12 times a minute for 68 years.

Copyright © 2006-2008 Ask-Adders.com > Designed by Adam Leach