From Monday morning, Northern Ireland's Sesame Tree will be unleashed on early morning viewers on BBC Two across the UK. It's showing at 7.45am for the next couple of weeks.
Hats off to Colin and all at Sixteen South who made the programmes.
Much of the show's subtlety and local vocabulary might be lost on the mainland audience (who'll be reaching for the subtitles button) ... but at least it'll help them learn to listen to the more pronounced accents.
Now, I wonder whether it'll count towards BBC NI's drama or children's network hours totals?!