New web TV show asks if today's pre-school characters can help teach children manners

Join the live show and find out how the likes of Mike the Knight can inspire good behaviour.
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A new live web TV show will be asking how modern characters such as Mike the Knight can help inspire good behaviour and deeds in children.

Taking place on Wednesday July 3rd, at 3pm, the show will ask parents how they can encourage their children to be more chivalrous? From understanding the importance of friendship and loyalty, realising the importance of teamwork and learning the power of responsibility, what are the best ways to inspire children to do good deeds?

Historian Justin Pollard will join the show to discuss how using history can help - highlighting Mike the Knight as a key example. A second series of the popular programme is due to kick off on Cbeebies in July.

Simply click on this link to find out more and join the discussion live. You can also submit a question via the site or tweet using #studiotalktv.

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