24/52 Jess loses his special feather but finds out where it's gone when he follows Little Bird. (R)
11/56 Louie, Sophie and Yoko gather leaves in the garden, but the wind keeps blowing them away. (R)
37/52 Wibbly picks everyone up from their various stations to ride on his train. (R)
10/26 Lucy meets Herbert the Warthog, who tells her about his discovery of music on the savanna. (R)
11/26 Wilson is given the job of taking photos to be used on a poster promoting Chuggington. (R)
25/52 Somebody has stolen an Easy Crew record and is now pretending the music is their own. (R)
Barney and Gemma have the lowdown on fighting, hiding and tricking animals. (R)
28/52 A minor traffic infraction results in the V-Mobile being impounded. (R)
It is careers day at school and Lottie wins work experience with a local businessman. (R)
9/10 Arthur has nightmares after eating too much, and he and D.W. hunt for buried treasure. (R)
9/13 The toothbrushes have a dance-off on a bathroom sink and mushrooms perform magic tricks. (R)
9/10 Tristan asks Nina why monkeys eat bananas. They go to the zoo and on a tree trail. (R)
23/26 Baby Jake and Pengy Quin go on a snowy adventure following footprints. (R)
15/26 A beast dares to steal Lion's mane and Parrot sees the whole thing. (R)
3/39 Charley heads off on an exciting jungle safari with his friends, Midge and Nibblit. (R)
17/26 Raa Raa discovers that the rain makes lots of exciting new noises. (R)
1/10 Bob and the team install a water recycling system for Farmer Pickles's orchard cottage. (R)
23/26 Alice makes a film about her friends, but she's forgotten to put film in the camera. (R)
Skye needs a photograph of a Bouncing Buzzpip, but the gang need to find one first. (R)
8/50 The Octonauts share a few fun facts about the snot sea cucumber. (R)
9/26 Teams Ninki, Twist and Kit hope to strike it lucky in a skittle-stopper of a raceworld. (R)
4/51 Loopy wants to go into space and have his photo taken in a rocket. (R)
7/50 The Piplings play a game of finding different fruits, and De Li thinks she can win. (R)
88/100 Mrs Pontipine spots the Ninky Nonk through her binoculars. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Mark Horton learns how William the Conqueror taught the English how to construct castles. (R)
Chris Packham explores the orchids and insect life of the South Downs. (R)
Film noir classic. Hard-boiled private eye Philip Marlowe becomes embroiled in a plot.
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
10/20 A family's emergency call saves the ashes of their soldier son killed in Afghanistan. (R)
27/30 In Aberdeenshire Si and Dave mill oats and pick up some prime cuts of Aberdeen Angus. (R)
22/75 Paul Martin, Philip Serrell and David Fletcher visit the Devon seaside town of Torquay. (R)
24/30 Rummaging for gems at a car boot sale are antiques experts Mark Franks and Paul Hayes. (R)
52/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
9/30 The celebrities take on fine Indian cuisine and must carefully spice and balance flavours.
17/25 Alistair Appleton seeks a Suffolk property with an outbuilding and a large garden. (R)
4/4 Si and Dave reinvent party treats and learn just how much weight they have shed.
The Springwatch team celebrate and reveal the remarkable nature of seabirds.
1/5 Theo Paphitis returns to Millwall Football Club, where he was once chairman. (R)
With Emily Maitlis. GCSE pass rates have fallen for first time in 26 years.
2/6 Rob Brydon talks to Barbara Windsor and gives Heston Blumenthal his best barbecue tips. (R)
2/2 Ewan McGregor journeys up the River Congo following a vaccine trail supported by Unicef. (R)
8/32 Sue Perkins presents from the Edinburgh Festival, speaking to Kirsty Gunn and Nile Rodgers (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Friday 24 August 2012