30/52 Wibbly and Tiny Pig do some spring cleaning and find Wibbly's old favourite sweater. (R)
Jim and the team try to find a new home for a lunar crab. (R)
24/28 Timmy and Otus build a kite, but Timmy's excitement and impatience cause chaos. (R)
26/26 To get out of track inspection, Toot pretends she isn't feeling well. (R)
38/52 The Line draws headphones and Dipdap hears music and cannot stop dancing. (R)
Pinky has the worst day ever as one thing after another goes wrong. (R)
Rani goes to meet the new baby kudu and the Roar Ranger feeds the gorillas. (R)
42/52 Red has been collecting hair for years, hoping to amass enough to summon the hair fairy. (R)
43/52 Eliot decides to cross through to the other side of the cinema screen. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
12/13 A meteor crashes through the ceiling of Barney's flat and lands in his living room. (R)
13/40 The farmer gives Bitzer a horrible new hat. Bitzer is very upset, as he loved his old hat. (R)
13/25 Thomas, Cariad and Joseph ask Nina how a microwave oven works, so she opens one up. (R)
23/25 All the numtums count to ten with the help of tractors and tugboats galore. (R)
6/13 Charley wants to fly his kite but has trouble when the wind gets too strong. (R)
44/52 Featuring B1N, a robot made from a pedal bin. (R)
6/26 Bat loves scaring the others, so they decide to give him a taste of his own medicine. (R)
18/51 Bippity wants to invent some extra-special gifts for his Story Train friends. (R)
44/52 Wilson and Koko have to feed the animals in the snow, but Wilson can't find the sheep. (R)
22/26 The Small Potatoes have a disco pageant and explore different jobs. (R)
10/13 It's Penny's birthday and her friends have the perfect surprise. (R)
13/26 The Veggies have a picnic, but Raymond has lost his vintage Framley cheese. (R)
13/26 Baby Jake and the Hamsternauts go on a space adventure making noise. (R)
8/20 Zak dances with Panzee in a ZingBop called Panzee, I'm Sorry. (R)
20/26 Alan has composed a lovely tune for the concert, but he is too shy to play it. (R)
1/50 Yojojo wants to find out what makes the other Piplings happy. (R)
94/100 The Tombliboos ride the Ninky Nonk and it stops in a lovely part of the garden. (R)
Live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions and the latest political news.
4/38 Meeting the children involved with an art project run by the Life and Deaf Association.
Carrie Grant makes an appeal on behalf of Research Autism. (R)
Judd Trump's first-round match is played to a conclusion.
23/30 Catherine Southon and Jonty Hearnden visit the Swinderby Antiques Fair in Lincolnshire.
8/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
David Barby and Anita Manning are on their last shopping trip of the week. (R)
13/45 North East chefs prepare main courses, including Dexter beef and hay-smoked pig's head.
Giles Coren learns how the deep sea lochs of the west are perfect for salmon farming.
3/3 Bettany reveals the remarkable women from history who left their mark on their faiths.
6/12 Tracey MacLeod, Gino D'Acampo and Fred Macaulay speak to the latest candidate to be fired.
With Kirsty Wark.
Highlights featuring two former Crucible runners-up, Ali Carter and Mark Selby.
First round highlights are introduced from the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Programmes will resume at 04:00
1/4 Ousman Manneh learns about the lives of young African footballers. (R)
2/4 Exploring the everyday lives of children who work in Russian circuses. (R)
3/4 A look at the child labourers at the bottom of the supply chain for chocolate in Ghana. (R)
4/4 Kaajel Patel finds out about child perfomers working in the Bollywood film industry. (R)
Thursday 26 April 2012