6/13 Spotty cannot bear the din when Noisy practises on his drums and sneaks the drum away. (R)
52/52 When Zigby's vegetables keep disappearing he tries to find out who's eating them. (R)
24/26 Fiann has lost one of his sheep in the snow and it's up to Garth and Bev to help find him. (R)
35/52 A young dolphin follows Kwazii home. (R)
Pinky teaches her new pet goldfish to swim in a big aquarium. (R)
10/35 Six baby meerkats must brave the great outdoors for the very first time. (R)
5/26 Voltar claims Skullossus's space station as his own by having LOSE pose as exterminators. (R)
42/52 Eliot and his friends get lost in the forest and can't find their way to the school bus. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
2/26 Barney buys Nev a plant, which the latter feeds excessively, with disastrous consequences. (R)
36/52 The gorilla takes it upon himself to train the useless hunter Leon to catch springboks. (R)
16/40 When Bitzer gets bored, Shaun and the flock take over the farmer's roadside stall. (R)
10/26 SH, CH and TH go dancing, but how can they get off the island? (R)
10/52 The Abadas are delighted when Ben wants to join in and play the word game. (R)
20/30 A cheeky little spider gives a puppy the run around. (R)
27/52 The friends work together to try to win a magnificent kite at the village fair. (R)
13/26 When Aardvark's tongue gets stuck in the honey log all his friends try to get him free. (R)
42/52 Precious finds a camera and sets out to discover what the photos are of and who took them. (R)
8/52 Jess hears a strange hoo-hooing noise and tries to find out where it's coming from. (R)
24/26 Harry and Toto are the best of friends but they are very different. (R)
4/26 The Potatoes celebrate the four seasons. (R)
12/30 Louie and Yoko need an animal who can help them climb a mountain, so Louie draws a llama. (R)
22/26 The Same Smile suitcase is with the new theme, which is all about favourite shoes. (R)
11/52 Wilson must remember where he is going to earn his Knowing Where You Are Going badge. (R)
24/26 Harry the hyena's family holiday goes from bad to worse. (R)
Jacques, Mama's film making friend, comes to visit, but the kids instantly dislike him. (R)
29/50 Lau Lau wants to introduce all the other Piplings to her new tree friend. (R)
61/100 The Tombliboos' trousers get mixed up all over - in the Ninky Nonk, in the Pinky Ponk. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil's guests are writer James Delingpole and political commentator Gaby Hinsliff.
7/31 Nick Crane ventures out into the Portland tidal race. (R)
A car park attendant at Scotland Yard causes chaos while trying to act as a policeman.
5/25 Jules Hudson is in North Cornwall to help four generations of a family find a dream home. (R)
43/76 Finds include a Chinese snuff bottle and a miniature grandfather clock. (R)
21/30 General knowledge quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. (R)
20/30 Jonathan Pratt attempts to catch Phil Serrell as they motor from Sheffield to Wilmslow.
135/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
10/10 Anne Robinson is joined by chef Rick Stein and actor Fiona Shaw.
25/28 Florence Welch discusses the influence of Renaissance art on her music.
21/31 Subjects include the Life and Career of Peter Cook and the History of FC Barcelona.
1/31 Monty Don looks at the changes to his garden that have taken place over winter.
3/3 Melvyn Bragg explores culture's influence on society in the 80s, 90s and the 21st century.
17/19 More of the best bits from the I series of QI. (R)
A year after Japan's disaster, what future does nuclear power have?
Round table arts and culture discussion programme.
A young gang of bullies are terrorised by the vengeful spirit of their last victim.
25/28 Florence Welch discusses the influence of Renaissance art on her music. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Saturday 10 March 2012