36/52 Jess picks a peach for Baa but it's too hard to eat. How can Jess make his peach soft? (R)
24/56 Louie draws a rhinoceros for a bird who loves to eat the insects off of its back. (R)
49/52 Wibbly helps a chicken find her lost eggs. (R)
23/26 Doris the Duck and her friends play a game of 'let's pretend'. (R)
22/26 Koko tries to impress the mayoress, so she can win the Chugger of the Year award. (R)
35/52 Wensley Dale reports that the orphans' yo-yos have been stolen. (R)
From crafty camouflage to frog fraudsters, Latin America is full of conmen and tricksters. (R)
36/52 LOSE challenge the neighbours' kids to a street hockey game. (R)
17/52 Leon comes across some video equipment set up in a scientist's tent. (R)
Lottie is proud of her new prickly pencil case, but Pipsquawk is jealous. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
2/14 A 3D movie turns monstrous at the opening of a museum exhibit on dinosaurs. (R)
2/26 Contestants include Melanie Wiggles, a rabbit studying carrots. (R)
7/25 Nina and her experimenters investigate fire and what it needs to burn. (R)
15/26 Baby Jake and Sydney the monkey go on a tropical adventure and play copying. (R)
23/26 Mole decides to dig and dig and dig until she can find total quiet. (R)
7/52 Uki is painting a picture of Rabbit who is posing for him. (R)
25/26 Raa Raa and the other jungle animals help Crocky remove a bucket stuck on his foot. (R)
2/26 Mr Large plans to surprise Mrs Large with a birthday trip to the Disco Delight. (R)
2/13 Ned can't whistle and feels left out, but the Koalas discover that he can when he snores. (R)
It's grubby's birthday and dirtgirl plans a surprise apple party! (R)
16/50 The Octonauts share a few fun facts about algae. (R)
17/26 The speedy teams must be careful, as Kerwhizzitor has a twist in store for the winner. (R)
12/51 When the Vrooms need rescuing, there's only one dinosaur for the job - Super Loopy. (R)
15/50 Yojojo tickles the other Piplings until they all run away. (R)
96/100 Makka Pakka lets out such a big sneeze that it makes the Pinky Ponk bumps into a tree. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn with news of the government reshuffle with Margaret Hodge and Jacob Rees-Mogg.
2/10 Giles Coren and Sue Perkins share their five favourite reads. (R)
34/90 Ed Hall and Jonny Benarr search for something a little different in rural Shropshire. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
2/20 Craig Hoe wants to move down under but his wife and daughter do not share his dream. (R)
2/30 The Bikers explore how our love affair with bread has evolved over centuries. (R)
2/60 Paul Martin takes time out of the auction to visit Caerphilly Castle.
2/30 Eric Knowles and Charlie Ross compete to make money by dealing antiques at Ardingly. (R)
61/155 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
17/30 The contestants are paired into teams and assigned a mass-catering challenge.
2/20 Fiona Phillips and Richard Madeley travel the length of Cornwall in search of antiques.
4/14 The bakers face three challenges: an array of rich tortes, creme caramel and meringue.
6/6 Following the community midwives of Manchester's Saint Mary's Hospital.
4/6 Rob Brydon talks to Ronan Keating, Jason Manford and Neil Morrissey.
Will the cabinet reshuffle do anything to change the government's fortunes?
Kate Humble meets the scientists monitoring Iceland's most dangerous volcanoes. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Jeremy Paxman travels the world exploring different aspects of the British Empire. (R)
2/2 From Edward Jenner to Rosa Parks, follow the stories of five people who changed the world. (R)
Wednesday 5 September 2012