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Hodge Podge LodgeEdit
From the late 1980s to 1995, the lineup was called Hodge Podge Lodge (not to be confused with the American series of the same name), with interstitials featuring animated multi-coloured geometric shapes. Some of CBC's children's programs during this time were presented under generic CBC branding instead. CBC Children's Publicist Barbara Chernin and Producer Stephen Wrigh came up with the "Hodge Podge Lodge" moniker. Angela Bruce, Head of CBC Children's Programming, consented to the name for the lineup.
In 1995, the lineup was renamed CBC Playground; two presenters, Lisa Richardson and Drew Carnwath, were added to the block.
Get Set For LifeEdit
In 2000, CBC Playground was replaced with Get Set For Life, a block named after a partnership between non-profit parenting organization Invest in Kids, Canadian Living magazine and the CBC itself. This iteration had Alyson Court and Michael Clarke as its hosts.
Kids' CBC started in 2003, replacing Get Set For Life. Previous hosts Court and Clarke continued to appear until December 2005, but the main focus was on five regional hosts from various parts of Canada. The hosts were Patty Sullivan (Ontario), Joyce Quansah (Quebec), Kush Uppal (British Columbia/Western Canada), Hayley Gene (Manitoba/The Prairies), and Dashi Malone (Newfoundland and Labrador/Atlantic Canada). The look and the studio sets had also been drastically changed. The child seen in the Get Set For Life logo was redesigned into a separate animated character named Dot.
On December 24, 2005, a set consisting of a garden in a geometric type dome was added to the block (the block previously featured animated interstitials in which the presenters would appear). Malone and Gene were replaced by Mark O'Brien and Holly Bernier.
In 2007, the garden was removed, so the set consisted of a Canadian village-type setting that had a circle floor and a treehouse that was referred to as the Carefort was added. Due to the CBC's budget restrictions, the show was restricted to being hosted from Toronto by Sullivan, with Sid Bobb coming in as a co-host.
New characters arrived to feature various parts of Canadian culture, each representing a different Canadian region:
- Mamma Yamma is a yam representing Ontario. She is the owner of a fruit and vegetable stand in Toronto's Kensington Market.
- Drumheller is a dinosaur that represents Western Canada. He is from the archaeological site near Drumheller, Alberta.
- Saumon de Champlain is a fictionalized salmon version of Samuel de Champlain, who lives at the Château Frontenac in Quebec City.
- Captain Claw is a lobster representing Atlantic Canada. He is a lighthouse keeper in Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia.
- Canada is a green, abstract animated representation of the map of the eponymous country.
Each of the puppets were used in a variety of scenes in their local setting, typically educational in nature. Mamma Yamma would frequently host cameos by visiting celebrities such as musicians or Canadian television personalities; a compilation album of live performances, Mamma Yamma and Friends, was released in 2008.
In 2013, the Kids' CBC style was changed. Drumheller, Saumon, Captain Claw, and Canada were removed. A new theme song titled "You and Me and Kids' CBC" was added. New segments were also added.
On June 23, 2016, CBC announced that Kids' CBC would be rebranded as CBC Kids the following winter. Presenters Sullivan and Bobb were removed. Mamma Yamma was also removed. CBC Kids replaced Kids' CBC on January 2, 2017. The current hosts for this block are Janaye Upshaw and Tony Kim.
- Addison (2018–present)
- The Adventures of Napkin Man! (2013–present)
- The Art Show (2018–present)
- Arthur (2017-present)
- Beat Bugs (2018–present)
- Becca's Bunch (2018–present)
- Big Block SingSong (2012–present)
- Bookaboo (2013–present)
- Chirp (2015–present)
- Daisy & the Gumboot Kids (2019-present)
- Daniel Tiger's Neighbourhood (2013–present)
- Dot. (2016–present)
- The Furchester Hotel (2017–present)
- Holy Baloney (2018–present)
- Jessie and the Gumboot Kids (2018–present)
- Kiri and Lou (2019-present)
- Lazoo (2017–present)
- The Moblees (2014–present)
- Molly of Denali (2019-present)
- Ollie! The Boy Who Became What He Ate (2017–present)
- Pablo (2018–present)
- PJ Masks (2018–present)
- Ride or Wrong (2015–present)
- Rusty Rivets (2019-present)
- Scout & the Gumboot Kids (2015–present)
- Stella and Sam (2018–present)
- Super Agent Jon le Bon (2018–present)
- Super Why! (2007–present)
- The Thrillusionists (2018–present)
- True and the Rainbow Kingdom (2018–present)
- Wandering Wenda (2017–present)
- Will's Jams (2013–present)
- You & Me (2013–present)
- Ace Lightning (2002-2006)
- Amigo and Me (1999-2000)
- Animalia (2007-2009)
- Animal Mechanicals (2007-2011)
- Artzooka! (2010-2012)
- The Babaloos (1997–2003)
- Big Blue (2018-2019)
- The Blobheads (2003-2004)
- Blue Rainbow (1984-2000)
- Bo on the Go!(2007-2011)
- Bruno and the Banana Bunch (2008-2013)
- Busytown Mysteries (2007-2015)
- The Cat in the Hat Knows a Lot About That! (2011-2019)
- Clifford the Big Red Dog (2000-2007)
- Clifford's Puppy Days (2003-2004)
- Cross Country Fun Hunt (2012–2017)
- Curious George (2006-2009)
- Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomologist (2010-2012)
- dirtgirlworld (2009-2015)
- The Doodlebops (2004-2015)
- The Doodlebops Rockin' Road Show (2010-2015)
- The Doozers (2013-2014)
- Dragon Booster (2004-2010)
- Dragon Tales (2000-2006)
- Ebb and Flo (2006-2007)
- Endlings (2018-2019)
- Fraggle Rock (1983–1988)
- Franklin (1999–2007)
- Fred Penner's Place (1985–2000)
- The Friendly Giant (1958-1987)
- Fuzzy Tales (2012-2016)
- Gofrette (2007–2011)
- Guess What? (1996–2000)
- Hippo Tub Co. (2001-2003)
- Horrible Histories (2001-2002)
- Incredible Story Studios (2001-2002)
- JiggiJump (2013-2015)
- Little Bear (1995–2007)
- The Longhouse Tales (2001-2002)
- Ludovic (2011-2012)
- Lunar Jim (2006-2014)
- The Magic School Bus (2000-2003)
- Magi-Nation (2007-2012)
- Me Too! (2002-2006)
- The Mighty Jungle (2008–2017)
- Monster Math Squad (2012–2016)
- Mr. Dressup (1967–2006)
- Mr. Meaty (2005-2009)
- Mumble Bumble (1999–2005)
- My Goldfish Is Evil (2006–2016)
- Nanalan' (2003–2007)
- The Naughty Naughty Pets (2006)
- Noddy (1998–2003)
- OWL/TV (1985-1990)
- Pelswick (2000-2003)
- Pinky Dinky Doo (2006-2008)
- Pingu (1997-1999)
- Pirates: Adventures in Art (2010-2011)
- Poko (2003-2016)
- The Raccoons (1985–2000)
- Razzberry Jazzberry Jam (2009-2012)
- Rolie Polie Olie (1998–2007)
- Ruby Skye P.I. (2014–2017)
- The Save-Ums! (2003-2010)
- Scoop and Doozie (1999–2003)
- The Secret World of Og (2006-2008)
- See the Sea (2008-2013)
- Sesame Park (1996–2001)
- Sharon, Lois & Bram's Elephant Show (1984-1995)
- Shoebox Zoo (2004-2006)
- Skinnamarink TV (1997–2003)
- Slim Pig (2001-2012)
- Small Talk (2018-2019)
- Snapshots (2016)
- Spynet (2002-2006)
- Street Cents (1989–2006)
- Surprise! It's Edible Incredible! (2004–2016)
- Theodore Tugboat (1993–2003)
- Time Tremors (2013-2016)
- Tiny Planets (2002-2006)
- Tractor Tom (2003-2006)
- Turbo Dogs (2009-2013)
- Under the Umbrella Tree (1987-1996)
- What's Your News? (2009-2017)
- Wilbur (2006-2009)
- Wimzie's House (1996–2000)
- Wonderstruck (1986-1992)
- Yam Roll (2006-2016)
- Zoboomafoo (2000-2007)
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