12/52 Aunt Larlie sends Wibbly a telescope, which he uses to look up at the starry sky. (R)
36/52 The Line draws lots of colourful bubbles and Dipdap loves to burst them. (R)
Pinky and Tyler follow clues in search of a missing sock. (R)
20/26 When things start going wrong for the birds, Eagle saves the day. (R)
42/52 The Octonauts help a young migrating eel on her difficult journey. (R)
9/10 Caroline Flack and Reggie Yates present ten of the animal kingdom's top teams. (R)
38/52 The gorilla takes it upon himself to teach Leon the art of seduction. (R)
22/24 A phantom racer captures Shaggy and takes him to a hideaway beneath an old junkyard. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
3/13 Six children must work together to escape from a Gothic fairytale tower. (R)
22/25 Chris and Pui look at fast things through the telescope. (R)
7/12 Scrambler is sent to find something colourful to decorate a cave. (R)
13/26 Penny wants to knit a jumper for Lolly, but there's a shortage of wool. (R)
48/52 Jess learns all about shapes when he has to mend a hole in Baa's trough. (R)
22/25 Nina and her experimenters investigate why fingers go wrinkly in the bath. (R)
8/52 The Chuggers must complete their safety checks before going on a long-distance night run. (R)
12/28 Ben returns from a shopping trip and his baguette causes Small lots of problems. (R)
14/39 Charley heads to the Antarctic, where he is scared by a penguin that keeps following him. (R)
7/26 Panzee loves the cello and is thrilled when Julian Lloyd Webber agrees to a duet with her. (R)
12/50 De Li gets lost when she goes off to find somewhere quiet to play her whistle stick. (R)
65/100 Upsy Daisy's bed follows Igglepiggle and Upsy Daisy when they go for a walk. (R)
The Inspector and Deux-Deux follow the footprints of Muddy La Feet. (R)
Baroness Peta Buscombe discusses the News of the World phone-hacking scandal.
George Alagiah presents global news and analysis, plus up-to-the-minute business news.
25/25 The bombings continue but can Sloan and the team prevent a final outrage as they close in? (R)
55/90 Ed Hall and Jonnie Irwin attempt to help a young couple find a place in Stafford. (R)
14/20 Meg the springer spaniel is shut in a cage because she's too lively. (R)
33/75 St George's Hall plays host. Mark's tiny watch seal raises a big laugh at auction. (R)
2/30 Charles Hanson and Jonathan Pratt race around Northern Ireland buying antiques. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
Jonnie Irwin is in Cheshire with a space-craving couple. (R)
76/160 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
2/25 Michael Portillo explores the changing fortunes of London's docks. (R)
4/6 Coast journeys around the stunning Western Isles and to the northern outpost of Shetland. (R)
1/6 Following the restoration of St Thomas a Becket church.
After his mother died, Adam Wishart decided to find out if there was a family cancer gene.
6/6 Rick has at last found the fame and success he so desperately craved.
Analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Jeremy Paxman.
England play their final group game against Japan in Augsburg. (R)
9/10 Confounded by the church prevaricating over his annulment, Henry turns against Wolsey. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Wednesday 6 July 2011