During the Taleban years, children were prevented from having many things UK kids take for granted - like TV.
But these are now gradually returning to the country.
In November 2001, cartoons, interviews, news and prayer readings appeared on TV again after a five-year ban.
They were introduced by 16-year-old Mariam Shakebar - who had been a popular children's TV presenter. She lost her job when the Taleban came to power.
Some people had destroyed their TVs during the Taleban years - but others had hidden them away, so they could watch again.