The Tracy Island made famous by Anthea Turner on Blue Peter in the early 90s is going on display as part of a new exhibition called ‘Here’s One We Made Earlier’.
The Lowry Museum, Manchester, are running the exhibition which is all about the history of childrens’ programming on the BBC.
The Tracy Island make is a key part of the exhibit, and the original Blue Peter Tracy Island has been dusted off and displayed especially for this unique exhibit.
It runs from 19th July to 12th October.
Read more here: http://www.thelowry.com/event/heres-one-we-made-earlier