3/25 Nina and her Experimenters watch how bubbles of gas rise in water when it is heated.
4/25 Nina's experimenters discover that the black stuff on toast is something called carbon.
2/26 Jemima discovers that the school hamster has a taste for adventure. (R)
3/26 Mr Liker Biker is planning to cycle up Mistymoor Mountain to raise funds for charity. (R)
1/25 A monkey is keen to impress the famous artist who is judging the jungle art competition. (R)
1/50 De Li uses a box to reach some plumatoes on a tree, but it goes missing. (R)
7/52 Pinky believes that an actor who plays a boy wizard has real magical powers. (R)
2/52 A character called the Phantom seems intent on destroying the pigs' Halloween special. (R)
1/13 Harmony the 'wonder dog' is preparing for a very special mountain-climbing mission.
9/52 Sam and Mark host as another two families battle it out in a range of hilarious games. (R)
Performances from Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and Shakira. (R)
Further coverage of the Women's British Open presented by Hazel Irvine.
13/26 In Thailand, Steve comes face-to-face with the longest venomous snake in the world. (R)
14/26 In the Philippines, Steve goes nose-to-nose with a living dinosaur. (R)
3/3 Artists turned to the figurative painting tradition to address what it means to be human.
3/4 Waldemar Januszczak looks at the people who were the subjects of the Impressionist art.
The CBSO under Andris Nelsons performs Walton's Violin Concerto with soloist Midori.
5/6 Documentary following the Iraqi artists displaying their work at the Venice Biennale. (R)
Songs from Paul Simon and Yusuf Islam, the artist previously known as Cat Stevens. (R)
Soul legend Solomon Burke joins Jools and his orchestra for Everybody Needs Somebody. (R)
1/2 Featuring John Bishop, Andi Osho, Stephen K Amos, Mark Watson, Tom Stade and many more.
Sunday 31 July 2011