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Every Episode Of Tracy Beaker Has Been Added To BBC iPlayer

Every Episode Of Tracy Beaker Has Been Added To BBC iPlayer

If you've got loads of time on your hands, but nothing to do - like most of us right now - why not revisit some classic shows that you enjoyed when you were younger?

With exactly that in mind, kids TV show Tracy Beaker is now available to watch on the BBC iPlayer, so anyone who grew up in the 90s can have a familiar slice of their childhood at their fingertips.

The show, which was based upon a series of books written by Jacqueline Wilson, starred Dani Harmer and even became so popular that a feature length film was released in 2004.

It ran for three seasons, and there are 99 episodes in total. They've all been uploaded to the BBC's platform and - at about 26 minutes long on average - offer you the opportunity to spend more than the equivalent of a full working week watching kids TV.

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Whilst it was originally a TV show aimed at children, those same kids have now grown up into adults and - if the reactions to a Facebook post announcing the addition of the show are anything to go by - there's still a demand for Tracy Beaker.

One person commented: "Quarantine sorted mate."

Another said: "No lie Tracy beaker is literally my life now for the next 3 months, hopefully slightly less"

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A third added: "Deffo spent my whole Saturday binging on Tracy Beaker...reliving my childhood right here

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The star of the show, who is now 31, announced that she is self-isolating after experiencing symptoms of the Covid-19 virus on March 12.

The actor, who now runs an acting school - The Dani Harmer Academy - tweeted expressing her disappointment that she couldn't go into work because of the suspected coronavirus infection.

Harmer, who lives in Bracknell, said: "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."

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Well, even though she's out of her isolation by now, we're all stuck at home anyway, so perhaps she could just binge a straight 42 hours of the show that made her famous.

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