28/52 Wibbly is looking after his Grandpa's favourite hat, but the wind blows it away. (R)
A mysterious creature is making the ground shake all over Moonaluna. (R)
22/26 Timmy's imagination is sparked when he reads a superhero comic. (R)
24/26 Wilson becomes stuck on the track lift after Hodge tries to fix it. (R)
36/52 The Line draws lots of colourful bubbles and Dipdap loves to burst them. (R)
Tyler becomes so dirty that he looks more like a monster than a little boy. (R)
The biggest tigers in the world are hungry. Will they be able to hunt down their dinner? (R)
40/52 The team step in when a giant mutant guinea pig escapes from an army lab. (R)
41/52 Eliot and his friends leave for the land of knights, looking for the magic goblet. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
10/13 Dev, a blue bear who looks remarkably like Nev, arrives claiming to be his cousin. (R)
11/40 Pidsley the cat disguises himself as a leopard. Shaun thinks a huge beast is on the loose. (R)
11/25 With the help of lovely Luke, Nina and the Inventors learn how automatic doors work. (R)
21/25 All the Numtums are counting up to ten, with plenty of animal action along the way. (R)
4/13 Charley finds it is hard work looking after Bellarina's dog. (R)
42/26 Featuring B1N, a robot made from a pedal bin. (R)
19/26 There was a time when Hare didn't hop, until clever Tortoise challenged him to a race. (R)
16/51 Loopy really wants to join the band but he hasn't got a loud drum. (R)
42/52 Hoot and Toot have to round up all the stray cars around the depot in record time. (R)
The Small Potatoes sing a punk rock anthem about how wonderful it is to just be yourself. (R)
8/13 Archie learns the importance of listening to others. (R)
11/26 Raymond and Joan get ready to visit the seaside, but their plans are thwarted by rain. (R)
11/26 Baby Jake and Sydney the monkey go on a tropical adventure and play upside down. (R)
6/20 DJ Loose and the Zingzillas stamp their feet to the beat of a drum. (R)
18/26 Thelma the whale feels left out so Jamie the puffin invites her to play in Mossy Bay. (R)
47/50 Lau Lau tries to make a den big enough for all the cheebies and piplings to fit inside. (R)
92/100 The Pontipines are playing hide-and-seek with the Wottingers. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn has the latest political news, interviews and debate.
Ronnie O'Sullivan takes centre stage as his first-round match gets under way.
21/30 Catherine Southon and Jonty Hearnden head to the Oberkampf antiques market in Paris.
6/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
1/11 Experts David Barby and Anita Manning begin their road trip in Aberdeen. (R)
11/45 Three North East chefs prepare starters including wild rabbit and 'quail in the woods'.
5/6 Bill Sanders, a chaplain but also a trained firefighter, goes on 999 calls.
6/6 Rachel cooks more great dishes and explores the Asian food trends finding favour in Paris.
2/4 Historian Dominic Sandbrook explores the effects of the oil price hike of the 70s.
2/10 Featuring Bob Marley and the Wailers, Steel Pulse, Janet Kay and other hit reggae acts.
Can the Eurozone cope with French elections? With Emily Maitlis.
Former Crucible runner-up Matthew Stevens hopes to book his place in the last 16.
First-round highlights are introduced from Sheffield.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Highlights of Leeds v Catalan Dragons, Huddersfield v Bradford, and Hull FC v Wigan. (R)
1/3 Two gymnastics fans are set a shape-finding challenge by national champion Daniel Purvis. (R)
1/2 Stefan Gates visits a school that uses recycled objects in many different ways. (R)
Tuesday 24 April 2012