48/52 When Wibbly meets a lost penguin he decides to help her get to the penguin party. (R)
52/52 The Line draws a cute thing and Dipdap tries to protect it from heavy objects. (R)
Daffinee's cousin comes to visit and takes part in a bubble-blowing contest. (R)
23/26 Lion ventures into the great cave of Tinga Tinga to get his roar back. (R)
20/52 A slim creature gets loose onboard the Octopod, so Captain Barnacles tries to save it. (R)
17/26 Steve Backshall heads to the Bahamas to get up close and personal with sharks. (R)
16/52 The warthog has fleas and finds himself scratching everywhere. (R)
11/15 Francine is embarrassed about her dad's job and Muffy spends the weekend at Francine's. (R)
10/13 Little Howard finds Lady Gaga in the bathroom and a fake Big Howard in the bedroom. (R)
24/26 Prankster Jock stages a UFO landing in his back garden. (R)
50/53 Dennis comes up with a plan for his parents to meet a fake teacher at parents' evening. (R)
4/10 Two teams battle it out in a cake selling challenge a Mad Hatter's tea party. (R)
4/13 The Chesterfield Chestnuts and 5 Star from London go head-to-head. (R)
4/13 Can the new recuruits master Chain Break, Live Wire, Overload and Crash Test Roboid? (R)
45/52 Voltar is convinced there is treasure under the lair and that Doomageddon must dig it up. (R)
18/26 The X-Men set out to destroy Master Mold but find themselves in a deadly trap. (R)
7/13 Clippy the barber goes snip-crazy and Kiwi Fruit gets more than a short back and sides. (R)
3/13 The Lab Rats travel back in time to Roman Britain to retrieve a formidable siege weapon. (R)
More goals, gossip, stats and skills from the nation's favourite sport. (R)
Maureen Lipman makes an appeal to raise funds for Sense, a charity for deafblind people. (R)
Neil Oliver discovers how flotsam inspired Columbus's accidental discovery of America. (R)
19/30 James Braxton visits a world of weird and wacky Victorian science. (R)
20/30 James Braxton inspects some Islamic artefacts in Bradford. (R)
Lot unwittingly upsets the schemes of the Queen's traitorous brother.
Paul Martin is in north Wales to find more people ready to sell their antiques at auction. (R)
Further coverage of the Women's British Open presented by Hazel Irvine.
John Inverdale presents live coverage from the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham.
1/6 A big exercise is jeopardised when the platoon find a steam engine blocking the road. (R)
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.
2/7 Rob Brydon meets comedian Bill Bailey and duets with Beverley Knight. (R)
Featuring, among others, Adam Ant, Culture Club, Bucks Fizz, Yazz, Duran Duran and Wham! (R)
A couple of recently fired security guards become music video big shots.
Drama. To escape from grim reality, a man casts his mind back to a summer love affair.
Sunday 31 July 2011