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From Chinese New Year to Christmas, Let's Celebrate takes CBeebies' viewers on a noisy, musical and vibrant tour of the UK showing how children experience different religious and cultural festivals around the country. Let's Celebrate visits a different community in each episode to join in the fun and excitement of their celebrations. We meet a family or group of children who are getting ready for a festival - be it dressing up, decorating the house, preparing food or exchanging gifts. The programmes then showcase a musical or dramatic performance which tells the story behind the festival before returning to the children and their families at a party or event in full celebratory mode. Festivals featured in the series include: Vaisakhi, Eid al-Fitr, Holi, Wesak, Purim, Diwali, Easter, St Patrick's Day, St David's Day, St George's Day, St Andrew's Day, Norouz, Chinese New Year, Carnival and Christmas.
|S01E01||Carnival||00/00/0000||Myriam is preparing for Carnival! She makes jerk chicken and coleslaw for a barbeque with her friends and family.|
|S01E02||Christmas||00/00/0000||Party enthusiast Thomas Ticker introduces young children who are preparing to celebrate religious and cultural festivals in the UK. Katie and Hannah from Bournemouth are preparing for Christmas. They make a Christmas card, mince pies, take part in a performance at their church and even meet Father Christmas and his reindeers. A sand artist helps tell the nativity story, and Thomas Ticker receives special news that he's going to become an uncle, as a new baby is to be born into his family. Plus the Let's Celebrate street party song.|
|S01E03||St Patrick's Day||00/00/0000|
|S01E05||St David's Day||00/00/0000|
|S01E08||Chinese New Year||00/00/0000||Abbie from Liverpool is busy preparing for the Chinese New Year celebrations.|
|S01E13||Diwali||00/00/0000||Thomas Ticker meets children who are celebrating religious and cultural festivals in the UK. Jessica from Leicester is busy preparing for Diwali, the Hindu festival of light.|
|S01E14||St Andrew's Day||00/00/0000||Thomas Ticker meets children who are celebrating religious and cultural festivals in the UK. George and Archie from Scotland are busy preparing for St Andrew's Day.|
|S01E15||Wesak||00/00/0000||Shelin is preparing for the Buddhist festival of Wesak. She makes a special card as a surprise for her Mum and helps make a lantern|