Sketches, plus classic episodes Pingu's Moon Adventure and Robby the Snowboarder. (R)
38/52 Zigby gets into all sorts of trouble when he agrees to make McMeer disappear. (R)
22/26 Everyone is having fun in the paddling pool until Stripey pulls the stopper out. (R)
To find out how bees help in the garden, dirtgirl tries to attract them. (R)
18/52 Rastamouse instigates an ingenious plan to catch a mouse who has borrowed the orphans. (R)
30/35 The wildest horses in the world need their hooves trimming - but how do you catch them? (R)
9/52 Frogg upgrades the Lair security system to protect Voltar's sweet new bike. (R)
49/52 Leon and the hyena fight over every single drop of water. (R)
The pinnacle of the Oddsburg Hay Day celebrations is a hay sculpting competition. (R)
The frog demonstrates to the owl the art of the trampoline. (R)
20/20 Jamie and Izak get giddy with goats while Kat and Phoebe face up to a one-eyed horse. (R)
19/25 Joel wants to make music, so Nina helps him find household objects for use as instruments. (R)
17/26 Big and Small race each other to build a mountain in their garden. (R)
2/26 Snake has hundreds and hundreds of legs, but no eyes, until he meets Millipede. (R)
12/13 Charley becomes a show business impresario presenting his greatest act - Nibblit! (R)
14/26 Raa Raa is keen to try fishing, but keeps scaring the fish away when he makes a noise. (R)
11/15 Spud thinks that Farmer Pickles and Bob are building a new super-sized scarecrow. (R)
6/26 Josie's shoelaces keep coming undone but she doesn't know how to tie bows. (R)
The Fluffies are on an unstoppable march towards a deep canyon. (R)
32/52 Dipdap is caught in a sticky mess when the Line draws some bubblegum. (R)
13/26 The teams visit the home planet of Snout, a place of sprouts and sneezing craters. (R)
40/52 Loopy comes up with a very clever plan to make himself fly. (R)
40/50 Yojojo and the other Piplings play jumping games with a jumpybug. (R)
71/100 Igglepiggle's blanket is blown into the air and the Tombliboos' trousers fly off the line. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil has the top political stories of the day.
7/15 The next step in Jonathan's journey takes him to St Paul's Cathedral in London. (R)
72/90 Property experts Ed Hall and Jonnie Irwin seek a home in Glossop. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
5/15 Three pieces go before the hanging committee, including a driftwood sculpture.
10/30 Si King and Dave Myers explore Oxfordshire, where they resurrect a lost county recipe. (R)
28/60 Paul Martin takes a trip down memory lane and visits Thorpe Abbots airbase. (R)
5/30 It's the final leg of the road trip. Jonathan is distracted by items he can't afford. (R)
Live coverage of the first of two days of competition at Crystal Palace.
A concert of all-English music to celebrate the 118th season of BBC Proms.
John Terry found not guilty. Is this a case that the prosecutor could ever have won?
Second round action from the Castle Stuart course near Inverness.
Performers include Kasabian, Jessie J and Tinie Tempah.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Saturday 14 July 2012