THE kids from Shepley took to the national airwaves.
And the youngsters from the village First School were delighted to be the stars of The Big Toe Radio Show, which went out yesterday teatime on BBC7.
Their school was converted into a studio for the day, as show presenters Kirsten O'Brien and Kevin Duala arrived with a team of engineers and sound experts.
The show went out live from 4pm to 6pm and featured many contributions from the children.
They joined in with chorus poems from Yorkshire poet Ian Macmillan, and songs from musician Hugh Nankivell.
The Shepley school is no stranger to the show. Three groups of youngsters have previously travelled down to the BBC in London to take part in earlier episodes.
Show producer Helen Lee was responsible for bringing the broadcast team to Shepley.
"It's my old primary school from 30 years ago," she said. "They still have one of the pictures I remember on the wall from all that time ago."
For those who missed yesterday's show there is a chance to catch up with it via the BBC website for the next seven days on www.bbc.co.uk