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Pre-Children's BBC

197?-1985

Children's BBC

1985–1991

CBBC launched on 9 September 1985. The first logo used consisted of the word "Children's" above a sprawed version of the BBC text used on air.

1991–1997

In 1991, Children's BBC introduced a new logo for the first time since their launch in 1985. This followed the corporate look of the BBC's channels, but the logo was introduced in September.

CBBC

1997–2002

On Saturday 4 October 1997, a new corporate logo was introduced across the BBC. This logo was first shown on BBC One. The name was also shortened from Children's BBC to CBBC.

2002–2005

On 11 February 2002, CBBC launched a channel version and introduced a new logo, consisting of a green blob with a C in purple. The logo was designed by Lambie-Nairn just like CBeebies.

The Idents are similar Cbeebies from same year.

2005–2007

A new logo was introduced towards the start of October. This kept the bug concept, but presentation only used one bug flying on a blue background. The package was created through a collaboration between Red Bee Media and The Hive.

2007–2016

A new look was introduced on 3 September 2007. The new look was created by Red Bee Media, who made the brand identity accompanying the new logo and Fallon, who designed the trails used leading up to the new look's debut.

In 2010, CBBC updated their idents so that the logo appeared in 3D.

HD simulcasts for both CBBC & CBeebies launched on December 10, 2013.

2016-2018

This new look was created by Red Bee Media and took effect on Monday, March 14, 2016. The new logo also came with a redesigned studio. This comes more than two months after BBC Three's rebrand (which shared the same bandwidth) and one month after its subsequent move to online-only.

This allowed CBBC to extend its broadcast hours. While the BBC admits the new look doesn't overtly suggest the name, nor doesn't it have the traditional look of a 'children's TV' channel, they state this new symbol is a “colourful and versatile identity that is box fresh and fit for purpose in a mercurial and constantly shifting media landscape”.

2018-present

Cbbc logo

Another new look was launched on September 23, 2018, to coincide with the BBC's subsequent rebranding.

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UK TV:
BBC One (HD) (CW | NI | SC) | (England: E | EM | | L&EY | L | NE&C | NW | S | SE | SW&CI | W | WM | Y) | Defunct: L&SE
BBC Two (HD) (CW | NI | SC) | Defunct: E | EM | L | L&SE | M | NE&C | NW | S | SE | SW | W | Y&L
BBC Four (HD) | BBC News (HD) | BBC Parliament | CBBC (HD) | CBeebies (HD) | BBC Alba


Defunct: BBC Television Service | BBC Three | BBC Select | BBC Choice regions (NI | SC | WA) | BBC HD


Nations:
BBC Scotland | BBC Cymru Wales | BBC Northern Ireland

Regions:
BBC East | BBC East Midlands | BBC Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire | BBC London | BBC North East and Cumbria | BBC North West | BBC South | BBC South East | BBC South West and Channel Islands | BBC West | BBC West Midlands | BBC Yorkshire

Defunct: BBC South East


International TV:
BBC America (HD) (50.1%) | BBC Brit | BBC Canada | BBC Earth | BBC Entertainment | BBC First | BBC HD | BBC Kids | BBC Knowledge (HD) | BBC Lifestyle | BBC Persian | BBC UKTV (HD) | BBC World News (HD) | BBC Urdu | BBC Arabic

Defunct: BBC Prime | BBC World Service Television | BBC Japan


National Radio:
BBC Radio 1 | BBC Radio 1Xtra | BBC Radio 2 | BBC Radio 3 | BBC Radio 4 | BBC Radio 4 Extra | BBC Radio 5 Live | BBC Radio 5 Live Sports Extra | BBC Radio 6 Music | BBC Asian Network | BBC World Service

National Regions:
BBC Radio Scotland | BBC Radio nan Gàidheal | BBC Radio Orkney | BBC Radio Shetland | BBC Radio Wales | BBC Radio Cymru | BBC Radio Ulster | BBC Radio Foyle

Defunct National Regions: BBC Radio Aberdeen | BBC Radio Highland | BBC Radio Tweed | BBC Radio Clwyd | BBC Radio Gwent | BBC Radio Solway

Local Radio:
Berkshire | Bristol | Cambridgeshire | Cornwall | Coventry & Warwickshire | Cumbria | Derby | Devon | Essex | Gloucestershire | Guernsey | Hereford & Worcester | Humberside | Isle of Man | Jersey | Kent | Lancashire | Leeds | Leicester | Lincolnshire | London | Manchester | Merseyside | Newcastle | Norfolk | Northampton | Nottingham | Oxford | Sheffield | Shropshire | Solent | Somerset | Stoke | Suffolk | Surrey | Sussex | Tees | Three Counties | Wiltshire | WM | York

Defunct Local Radio: Dorset FM | Radio Durham | Southern Counties Radio | Thames Valley FM


BBC News:
60 Seconds | BBC Breakfast | BBC News at One | BBC News at Six | BBC News at Ten | Newsnight | Newsround

English Regions:
East Midlands Today | London News | Look East | Look North (L&EY | NE&C | Y) | North West Tonight | Points West | South Today | South East Today | Spotlight | West Midlands Today

Nations:
Scotland: Reporting Scotland | Newsnight Scotland | An Là
Wales: Wales Today | Newyddion
Northern Ireland: Newsline

Defunct: UK Today


Other Operations:
BBC Three | BBC Sport | BBC Hub | BBC Playlister | BBC Productions | BBC Belfast | BBC Bristol | BBC Birmingham | BBC Cardiff | BBC Glasgow | BBC Manchester | BBC Films | BBC Earth Films | BBC Worldwide | BBC DVD | BBC Bitesize | BBC Music | BBC Music Awards | BBC Nationstates | BBC iWonder | BBC Learning Zone | 2 Entertain | BBC Taster | BBC Earth | BBC Newsbeat | BBC Dish Up | BBC Children's International | S4C

Defunct: BBC Red Button | BBC Ceefax | BBC Online | BBC iPlayer | BBC Switch | BBC Multimedia | UKTV
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