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Educational television is the use of television programmes in the field of education. It may be in the form of individual programmes or a dedicated television channel.

Many children's television series are educational, ranging from dedicated learning programmes to those that indirectly teach the viewers. Some series are written to have a specific moral behind every episode, often explained at the end by the character that learnt the lesson. There are also educational programmes for an older audience, such as the broadcasts on the BBC by the distance learning service Open University.

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