25/52 Wibbly's friends come round for a game of hide-and-seek, but he can't stop sneezing. (R)
40/52 Dipdap tries to create sculptures from shapes drawn by the Line. (R)
Pinky helps a ladybird who is afraid to fly. (R)
12/26 Greedy Spider hears of four feasts in Tinga Tinga and wants to go to them all. (R)
8/52 The crew must catch a runaway Octopod after it is hijacked by a group of crustaceans. (R)
6/35 Johny takes some cherries to the lemurs to see how they cope with the stones. (R)
46/52 Dennis's mum is looking after Walter's rabbit while he is away and Dennis lets it loose. (R)
8/16 When their plane crashes en route to Rio, the gang come across the legendary Jaguaro. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories. (R)
6/13 The ghost of a Cat Burglar wants Natasha's locket as a gift for his girlfriend. (R)
23/52 Robbie Rotten tricks the LazyTowners into believing that he is the Mayor. (R)
2/16 The team build a bunkhouse for the sunflower pickers, who promise a campfire singalong. (R)
7/13 Penny is excited on the day of the outback cricket match, but she doesn't play well. (R)
21/39 Charley goes skiing and finds it harder than he thought it would be. (R)
Ruby sings a techno song, where she imagines what it's like to be a raindrop. (R)
32/52 Brewster introduces Wilson to his new hobby: people spotting! (R)
4/26 Margaret discovers that her comfort blanket used to belong to someone else. (R)
6/25 With Wiggyville's favourite and most useless superhero, Captain Adorable. (R)
14/26 It's bed time so Tang tells the story of when the Beach Byrds arrived on ZingZilla island. (R)
19/50 De Li's plant is very thirsty so she collects water from the waterfall for her garden. (R)
72/100 The Tombliboos play with the ball indoors until it flies out the window. (R)
An Austrian medical student is wrongly accused of spying.
Tom Daley and Pete Waterfield compete as a synchro combination.
61/90 Simon O'Brien and Jonny Benarr head to Warwickshire to find the perfect bungalow. (R)
4/8 RSCPA inspector Chris Shaw rescues a whippet with a huge tumour. (R)
Nine contestants play as a team to win up to 10,000 pounds, but only one will win. (R)
11/30 Kate Bliss and James Lewis set out on the first leg of their Scottish antique trawl. (R)
63/75 Paul Martin and his team of valuers are on the lookout for more hidden gems in Bodmin. (R)
Denise Nurse helps a much-travelled ex-army couple settle down for good. (R)
83/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
11/25 Michael Portillo visits the first locomotive factory in the world. (R)
3/3 Chris Packham investigates the state of the nation's woods, heaths and moors. (R)
4/4 Julia visits Telford's mighty aqueduct that stretches across the Vale of Llangollen. (R)
3/37 Worcester College, Oxford and Clare College, Cambridge students meet in cerebral battle.
3/12 Three more contestants put their knowledge to the test at Towneley Hall.
2/3 Key events in the Prophet's life, including the eight-year war with the Meccan tribes.
9/18 Stephen Fry is joined by Phill Jupitus, Hugh Dennis, Andy Hamilton and Alan Davies. (R)
With Gavin Esler.
1/10 When death itself comes to a halt, the whole world faces its greatest danger yet. (R)
4/10 Sir Thomas More is pushed further from favour. Anne attempts to fix Henry's wandering eye. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Harry Gration presents action from round 22 of the Engage Super League. (R)
Tuesday 19 July 2011