Penguin fun. With episodes Pingu's Prank, and Pingu's Grandfather Comes to Visit. (R)
Pinky helps a ladybird who is afraid to fly. (R)
16/26 Osbourne is recycling the rubbish - Timmy wants to turn old tin cans into toys. (R)
24/52 The trainees must take their passenger test and Mr Simkins arrives to examine them. (R)
12/52 The Easy Crew investigate strange rumbling sounds in the Buff Bay Caves. (R)
15/20 Simon Coral and Danni Mantaray search for creatures that have the fishy factor. (R)
46/53 Dennis's mum is looking after Walter's rabbit while he is away and Dennis lets it loose. (R)
10/24 The gang solve the mystery of the hissing, underground demons that are plaguing Seattle. (R)
Kicki is fed up with her mum's dull look of either tracksuit or business suit. (R)
14/15 A selection of the best bits from the third series. (R)
7/9 Helen and Barney head to Saffron Walden where they learn all about diving.
3/10 Stefan and his hungry volunteers chow down on frog's legs in the Mystery Meal. (R)
5/9 Ideas include a warning system to protect sealife and a unique way to stop cars crashing. (R)
3/26 Sarthak starts out as one awkward Attacker, but could he go all the way? (R)
27/40 Steve Backshall heads up a freezing river to see bald eagles feeding on spawning salmon. (R)
12/52 The teams take it in turns to copy pictures, actions and displays of musical genius. (R)
37/52 Eliot's dad brings his sailboat into the backyard and Eliot is sure it is a pirate ship. (R)
Euro 2012 special of the Match of the Day spin-off show aimed at kids. (R)
Coverage of the three-stage qualifying session for the British Grand Prix.
A ruthless gang of outlaws terrorise the town where their brother lives.
19/80 Antiques. Paul Martin finds a kindred spirit - collector Lord Fairhaven at Anglesey Abbey. (R)
11/14 The bravery of the gentle and well-mannered Private Godfrey is called into question. (R)
Live coverage of Lindstedt/Tecau v Marray/Nielsen in the men's doubles final.
2/4 When King Henry is threatened by rebellion, Prince Hal must join him to defeat the rebels.
5/6 Jeremy Irons uncovers the extraordinary appeal of Shakespeare's History Plays.
With performances from Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Stevie Wonder and Kylie Minogue. (R)
Irish comedy drama. Small town friends Bill and Doug each aspire to something better.
Sunday 8 July 2012