If it's of interest, a couple of years ago I compiled a spreadsheet using data from the Genome website, which shows the morning/lunchtime Watch with Mother/See-Saw programmes scheduled week-by-week from 1952 to 1991. I was looking at maybe converting it to a more web-friendly format, but at the moment I only have it in Excel form.
Hopefully the colour coding will make sense to anyone on this forum; debut airings are shown in bold type.
Another thing is that from 1985, many of the programmes consisted of ones that previously aired in the afternoon slot on BBC One, and after the strand name was dropped in 1989, when it officially became an extension of Children's BBC.
Two heavily repeated See-Saw programmes, Bric-a-Brac and Chock-a-Block, had their last showings on BBC Two, to make way for newer shows, like Fireman Sam and Charlie Chalk, (the final three episodes of the latter premiered as part of See-Saw earlier that year).
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