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CBBC (a contraction of the original name, Children's BBC, short for Children's British Broadcasting Corporation) is the brand name used for the BBC's children's television programmes, and currently specifically refers to those programmes aimed at children.

Prior to being refocused solely on the 6-10 group the CBBC/Children's BBC name was used to refer to all of the BBC's output for under-10s; the tightening in focus followed the launch of dedicated sub-brands for preschool-age children (CBeebies) and later for teenagers (BBC Switch).

Relevance Edit

CBBC on BBC One was the channel which broadcast Kerching! originally, where it was broadcast all over the United Kingdom. Kerching ran for a total of four series from the 6th of January 2003 – 24th February 2006. It had roughly twenty eight episodes in total.