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# Peppa Pig

Last year
Children’s TV show Peppa Pig introduces its first lesbian couple
Elsewhere, Thomas & Friends will introduce its first autistic character, who has been created in collaboration with autistic writers and organisations.
All time
Boris Johnson defends 'Peppa Pig' speech in which he quoted Lenin and compared himself to Moses
Britain’s Prime Minister lost his place in his notes and made car noises as he delivered a keynote speech to business leaders.
Peppa Pig production studio sold to US toymaker Hasbro for €3.6 billion
The company said it was the acquisition of the show was a strategic growth opportunity.
Chinese website bans videos of 'subversive' Peppa Pig
Peppa is bizarrely popular in China.
29 questions about kids' TV shows that only parents will understand
Why does Miss Rabbit do all the jobs? Why does Thomas the Tank Engine need a driver? And why would anyone vote for Mayor Goodway?
This Limerick comedian's reimagining of a foul-mouthed Irish Peppa Pig is brilliant
Peppa Pig has been bringing home lots and lots of bacon
This little piggy REALLY went to market.
Here's what Ireland searched for on Google in 2014
Some of it is predictable, some of it is baffling.
Mini millionaires: Five who made their fortunes from children's cartoons
It was announced today that animated character Peppa Pig is to become a billionaire with a new US merchandising deal – and she’s not the only one. Here we look at five cartoonists coining it from their creations.
Peppa Pig to become a puddle-splashing billionaire with US toy deal
The makers of kids’ sensation Peppa – who already has her own theme park – will be cashing in after signing a $1billion merchandising contract in the States.
Mary Byrne X-Factor voting complaint dropped by BAI
Complaints over the X-Factor’s controversial sing-off elimination are resolved by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland – but Hook, Tubridy and D’Arcy are all scolded.