46/52 A cloud takes Wibbly on a journey to find out what clouds really do. (R)
Rover's dog tag falls off and he loses his sense of direction. (R)
8/26 Timmy and Yabba make amends after they break Mitten's precious new music box. (R)
35/52 The inspector is on his way to Chuggington and the chuggers try to get everything ready. (R)
5/52 The Line draws Dipdap a letter. He goes to post it but strong winds get in the way. (R)
Grandma Dinky Doo teaches Pinky how to 'think big'. (R)
The porcupines need an urgent dental check, but it's not a job the keepers enjoy. (R)
2/26 Voltar gets hold of a pair of discarded boots. But there's something strange about them. (R)
4/52 A lovestruck hippo chases Leon all over the savannah - he can run but he can't hide! (R)
Strange noises, huge footprints and fearsome shadows can mean only one thing - monsters. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
5/13 Ed and Oucho decide to build Mollie's 'Rainbow a Go Go', a rainbow-making disco machine. (R)
25/25 Lloyd, Hayley and Seren ask Nina to find out how windscreen wipers work. (R)
5/26 Billy wants to be able to run as fast as Dara but doesn't like exercising very much. (R)
5/26 Leopard is sad that he is so plain, until he meets the colourful spotted Puff Adder. (R)
5/13 Charley is in hospital! His bed is very comfy and he gets to wear cool pyjamas. (R)
30/51 Hip and Hop are painting a picture of a big dinosaur. (R)
5/20 When a wild fox follows Roley around, he is convinced that it must have lost its friends. (R)
21/26 Mitzi uses her nursing skills to tend to some wilting plants. (R)
25/26 Mr Bloom teaches the Tiddlers about storing apples properly so that they last a long time. (R)
25/26 Baby Jake and the Hamsternauts go on a space adventure and enjoy a party. (R)
25/26 The animals challenge noisy Herbert the warthog to stay silent for a whole day. (R)
13/50 Lau Lau makes a picture of Nara and gives it to Yojojo, but she is sad to see it go. (R)
29/100 While Upsy Daisy plays with a ball, Igglepiggle goes to sleep in her bed. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Rebekah Brooks at the Leveson inquiry, Punch and Judy politics and government surveillance
7/10 A countdown to find the UK's top wildlife spectacle. Entering the charts are boxing hares. (R)
9/20 Fashion student Rhiannon Rowlands goes up against Anne Everitt, who grows her own veg. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
8/20 Adrian McKeown tries to convince his family that they would enjoy life in Melbourne. (R)
7/30 The Bikers explore Britain's national love of picnics. (R)
22/23 Paul Martin explores the truth behind the famous legend of Lady Godiva. (R)
29/30 James Lewis and David Harper head to the Saint Ouen antiques market in Paris.
20/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
10/11 Antiques experts James Braxton and Mark Stacey travel from Norfolk to West Sussex. (R)
25/45 The North West finalists go head to head as they prepare a lavish meal for the judges.
31/31 John Humphrys questions six contenders in this series' Grand Final.
9/31 Monty Don, Carol Klein and James Alexander Sinclair are at the Malvern Spring show.
2/3 The three remaining students face the enormous challenge of conducting fully staged opera.
1/9 As Pucks! premieres in the US, Sean, Beverly and Matt must continue working together.
Rebekah Brooks faces the Leveson Inquiry. Paul Mason on the Spanish banking crisis.
Martha Kearney and guests review books by Hilary Mantel, Kate Summerscale and Mark Haddon.
4/6 Guests include Plan B, Django Django, Ren Harvieu, Melody Gardot and Tom Jones.
2/10 Sally Clake's strange boy is targeted for a different sort of abduction. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Saturday 12 May 2012