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Is there a reason we're not prefixing these with episode numbers? We have A Present for Claribelle rather than Episode 107: A Present for Claribelle and CSI Sesame Tree rather than Episode 108: CSI Sesame Tree. Is there a reason or should we move them? -- Brad D. (talk) 05:50, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
- I think it's just because Nick doesn't usually create episode pages and may not have been fully aware of our conventions, and in general this category has been overlooked, since it only contains two items. You're absolutely right, but at the moment, the current event discussion on whether to change our naming conventions even further by adding show titles has stalled. Still, looking at it, neither page is heavily linked, so a second move would hardly make a ripple. I'd want to confirm the episode order first, though. It's not clear what Nick's source was, but I presume it's somewhere on the BBC Sesame Tree website. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 07:18, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
- I got the descriptions from the "Grown-ups" part of their site... here. I was aware of the naming, but I decided against it, because I think it might be an intentional mini-series like Shalom Sesame (as opposed to an unsuccessful co-production); it isn't even regularly scheduled, they just air it in random spurts. -- Zanimum 21:03, 10 January 2009 (UTC)
- Even short series are numbered here (and 20 episodes is hardly short in that sense), and no, that's not the case (and if you suspect it is, that's something to raise in discussion, not assume). It's simply that UK broadcasting schedules and episode totals differ from the US. It's also from the link that it is regularly scheduled, hardly random, with back to back episodes once a week prior to an interruption in March, and awaiting specifics after March 2 (which is common). -- Andrew Leal (talk) 21:15, 10 January 2009 (UTC)