CBBC on BBC Two is coming to an end this Friday, 30th November. The breakfast and weekend morning strand of programming aimed at 6-12 year olds is being axed as part of the Delivering Quality First (DQF) efficiency scheme by the BBC.
The move follows the completion of digital switchover earlier this year, which provided universal access to the standalone CBBC Channel.
BBC Two inherited the long-established Saturday morning children's strand of programming after "Saturday Kitchen" moved to BBC One in 2006.
From 1st December, BBC Two will directly simulcast sister channel CBeebies for several hours every morning. From 2013, that too will be axed with a new daytime BBC Two schedule of world news and factual repeats being launched. The afternoon CBBC strand on BBC One remains until just before Christmas.