Fun Kids is a national children's and pop digital radio station in the United Kingdom with associated websites, YouTube and podcast channels. It has previously been the winner of the Sony and Arqiva Digital Radio Stations of the year. It is operated by Children's Radio UK Ltd. It previously broadcast on DAB Digital Radio across the UK but now is available in selected cities on DAB. It remains nationally available online, through smart speakers and on mobile apps. Wikipedia
- Apr 28, 2023: A new kids series starts today from Fun Kids. Badger and the Blitz introduces listeners to Badger – a plucky pooch who becomes a war hero. The story is one of a boy’s life and survival in a war-torn Britain - alongside a four-legged friend who never loses hope. It's produced by Roxo.
- Jan 19, 2023: Children's radio station and podcast network Fun Kids has launched a 33-title podcast subscription service. It works in both Apple Podcasts and other platforms including Spotify and Google Podcasts.
- Apr 9, 2020: We're sending rockets to Mars to search for signs of past life. Thunderbirds Are Go: Mission to Mars is a ten-part series make to teach children about the ExoMars Mission. It's produced by Fun Kids, with support from the UK Space Agency and voice talent from the ITV series Thunderbirds Are Go.
- Mar 19, 2020: Schools will be closed in the UK from Monday: Stuck at Home is a new podcast from UK broadcaster Fun Kids, and "will be hosted by the station’s presenters Dan, Bex, Conor, Sean and George all from their own houses - as they, too, are stuck at home. The podcast will include three things that kids can do at home each day, interviews from Fun Kids Radio, features around subjects like space, health and the climate as well as news updates from The Week Junior magazine." (Omny Studio)
- Aug 12, 2019: Children's content producer in the UK Fun Kids has launched a podcast network, incorporating its own shows and other providers including Storynory and The Week Junior.
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