11/14 Pat and Amy come to the rescue of Bessie the sheep. (R)
5/52 The Chuggers memorise a list of three destinations and visit them in the correct order. (R)
26/26 Timmy and his friends try to grow plants, but Timmy has trouble growing his. (R)
10/26 Abney, Teal and Neep put up a hammock and have a great time trying to get into it. (R)
29/52 After a storm, the Octonauts have to reunite a seahorse with its missing mate. (R)
9/52 Rastamouse wonders if Rubba is cheating to win Da Big Cheese Marathon. (R)
12/26 Steve enlists the help of an elephant to track down a very grumpy rhinoceros. (R)
7/15 Robert Walpole struggles to talk to England's German king. (R)
8/16 When their plane crashes en route to Rio, the gang come across the legendary Jaguaro. (R)
9/26 Ariela's unwillingness to share her nectar spells disaster for everyone. (R)
7/23 Justin washes his best suit to wear for dinner. (R)
Fraser and Fraser start hunting down heirs for William Harman, who left 90,000 pounds. (R)
94/100 Martin and Lucy visit homes in Manchester, Derbyshire and Wiltshire. (R)
12/40 Clive Holland meets a first-time home owner who let a cowboy builder fix her kitchen. (R)
A grandmother sells her collectibles to finance her grandson's hockey team trip to Asia. (R)
25/32 Two teams act up a storm in Lincoln with experts James Lewis and David Harper. (R)
Hazel Irvine with news and action from across the Games.
13/75 Kate Bliss becomes intrigued by an astrological teapot at Stroud's Subscription Rooms. (R)
7/11 England faces Northern Ireland in a series of tough, sports-based challenges. (R)
Diddy Dick and Dom live in a pink cupboard. (R)
17/52 Sam and Mark host as another two families battle it out in a range of hilarious games. (R)
4/21 A vigorous table tennis match sends Shaun around the world. (R)
1/2 When the Doctor is declared dead, Sarah Jane and Jo Grant unite to find out the truth. (R)
5/6 The leaders pick the three explorers who will trek across the Mbarika mountains. (R)
Topical news magazine for children.
8/40 The sheep discover some bagpipes, which they misidentify as a sick emu. (R)
20/30 James Braxton inspects some Islamic artefacts in Bradford. (R)
National and international news stories from the BBC News team, followed by weather.
Neil Oliver reveals how pioneers in Brighton made movies long before Hollywood. (R)
The conclusion of six days of track cycling: men's keirin finals and women's sprint finals
3/3 The Valley crew tackles dangerous low cloud in a battle to save an injured man on Snowdon. (R)
Ben panics and acts rashly when he thinks that Shirley has made a breakthrough with Ian.
43/52 Malick puts his career on the line when he overrides the wishes of a convicted murderer.
2/6 Following the work of the midwives at St Mary's Hospital in Manchester.
Coverage continues, including the men's boxing quarter-finals.
With Kirsty Wark.
With coverage of St Helens v Warrington Wolves and London Broncos v Salford City Reds. (R)
A look at a huge new port being built by the Chinese in southern Sri Lanka. (R)
6/6 Alex Polizzi is called in to a unique business based around a working windmill in Norfolk. (R)
9/15 Meeting the people saving the disappearing heritage of Herefordshire and Monmouthshire. (R)
3/20 The team respond to a 999 call after a man collapses from a wasp sting. (R)
Wednesday 8 August 2012