Fans go wild as ALL episodes of Tracey Beaker are now on BBC iPlayer

Fans go wild as ALL episodes of Tracey Beaker are now on BBC iPlayer

Fans go wild as ALL episodes of Tracy Beaker are now on BBC iPlayer and say ‘it’s better than Christmas’ as they settle in to watch ‘every single one’ during lock-down

  • Tracy Beaker is available on BBC iPlayer and fans of the 90s hit are very excited
  • Programme is based on a series of books by British author Jacqueline Wilson
  • Children’s series ran for five series and started in 2002, with it last airing in 2005 
  • One delighted fan commented: ‘This is probably better than Christmas’ 

Iconic children’s TV show Tracy Beaker is now available on BBC iPlayer – to the delight of British ’90s kids.

The programme, based on a series of books by British author Jacqueline Wilson, followed 10-year-old Tracy (played by Dani Harmer) as she stayed at a residential care home nicknamed the Dumping Ground.

It ran for five series and started in 2002, and was so popular that a film version was released in 2004 before it’s last episode aired in 2005. 

Fans went wild online after a Facebook post revealed all of the 26-minute long episodes are now available on BBC iplayer. 

Iconic children’s TV show Tracy Beaker (pictured) is now available on BBC iPlayer – to the delight of British 90s kids 

One person said: ‘This is probably better than Christmas lol’, as another joked: ‘I might be uncontactable for the next couple of days.’ 

A third impressed fan wrote: ‘Not going to lie, at this point, I’m tempted to watch every single one.’

The post was liked nearly 4,000 times and had more than 12,000 comments, with parents seemingly more excited than their kids.

‘Every episode ever from the iconic CBBC Tracy Beaker in one place,’ the BBC said.

 

The post was liked nearly 4,000 times and had more than 12,000 comments, with parents seemingly more excited than their kids (above)

It comes as the star of the classic show, Dani Harmer, who is now 31, announced that she is self-isolating after experiencing symptoms of the Covid-19 virus on March 12.

The actress, who now runs acting school The Dani Harmer Academy, shared her disappointment that she couldn’t go back to work because of the coronavirus symptoms. 

Dani, who lives in Bracknell, tweeted: ‘Absolutely gutted to not be going to the Dani Harmer Academy this morning but unfortunately after showing symptoms I have been in self isolation since Thursday evening!

‘Started to feel slightly better but I will never risk the health of others! So for the next 5 days I’ll be in my bedroom.’ 

The programme, based on a series of books by British author Jacqueline Wilson, followed 10-year-old Tracy (pictured with friends and played by Dani Harmer) as she stayed at a residential care home nicknamed the Dumping Ground

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