52/52 Wibbly wants to get home to Grandpa Pig who has a special treat for him. (R)
Ted accidentally breaks a gear at the water pumping station and Jim must make a new one. (R)
20/28 Timmy finds a space hopper, but it is very bouncy and keeps causing accidents. (R)
22/26 Koko tries to impress the mayoress, so she can win the Chugger of the Year award. (R)
The Dinky Doos make up a new game. (R)
3/10 Caroline Flack and Reggie Yates present ten of the world's toughest animals. (R)
26/53 Dennis challenges Walter to a football game in the park. (R)
7/16 Scooby and the gang solve the mystery of Old Iron Face, who haunts an island prison. (R)
13/13 The console comes alive and decides that she wants to be a gaming character as well. (R)
Diddy Dick and Dom live in a pink cupboard. (R)
34/39 A robot teacher goes out of control and causes havoc in the classroom. (R)
14/15 A selection of the best bits from the third series. (R)
4/13 Vic and his team try to avoid bedtime and meet the world's smartest animal. (R)
7/13 Miss Tica hopes to be a champion parade horse, just like her parents. (R)
12/40 Steve takes to the seas to demonstrate the speed of the mighty tuna. (R)
19/26 Attackers transform into kangaroos, platypuses, clowns and a train. (R)
2/52 The teams take it in turns to copy pictures, actions and displays of musical genius. (R)
2/13 Meatball tries to beat her fear of heights to take on the Pasta Olympics high dive. (R)
More goals, gossip, stats and skills from the nation's favourite sport. (R)
6/15 Alistair Appleton showcases an impressive extended Arts and Crafts cottage in East Sussex. (R)
Tense drama of Washington politics based on Allen Drury's bestselling novel.
Comedy western about a Texas cowboy who inherits a house of ill-repute.
Hazel Irvine introduces coverage as Australia's Neil Robertson starts his campaign.
Rochdale and Doncaster go head-to-head to find the best antiques to sell at auction. (R)
5/8 Frank and Betty try to get some practice at looking after children. (R)
7/7 It is harvest time and the Goods need all the help they can get. (R)
2/13 The ingenuity of Mainwaring's men is put to the test. (R)
Mark Lawson looks back at the most popular programmes of 1973. (R)
2/12 Britt Ekland presents the story of 1971, recalling Get Carter, Shaft and novelty records. (R)
A two-bit crook feigns mental illness to be sentenced to a psychiatric hospital.
Rishi Persad introduces highlights from the evening's match at the Crucible.
Highlights of the opening day's play at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
Sunday 22 April 2012