42/52 After watching shooting stars, McMeer really wants to have one of his own. (R)
50/56 Louie draws a sea lion to teach him how to balance balls. (R)
11/13 Scary is so tired, he falls asleep in the middle of one of his magic tricks. (R)
24/26 Harry the hyena's family holiday goes from bad to worse. (R)
1/52 When Harrison breaks down, Koko volunteers to replace him on the night shift. (R)
33/52 Sonny the weather mouse forecasts the first ever snow to fall on Mouseland. (R)
6/26 The girls take on the Moving Target and the rivalry spills over. (R)
2/26 The Great Voltar thinks he has left his permanent evil mark on history - in wet cement. (R)
17/52 Eliot fears his Dad has been hypnotised by Zarmax, the super villain of a video game. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
14/14 A medallion Shaggy wears apparently causes a mythical creature to come to life. (R)
19/52 Leon tries to get rid of a toad who talks non-stop and sticks to him like superglue. (R)
1/25 Mister Maker makes a marvellous monster with paint splodges. (R)
6/26 Katy and her young cooks make baked crumble nectarines with oats. (R)
24/26 All sorts of strange and mysterious things start to happen with Abney's new hat. (R)
18/26 Raa Raa offers to help everyone take provisions for a picnic to Rockywockyville. (R)
21/26 Lester, Laura, Luke and Lucy cover Mrs Large's special party dress in jam and paint. (R)
9/13 Josie is in charge of the shop while Sammy takes a well-deserved holiday. (R)
A new baby chick has hatched and velma and her egg have mysteriously gone missing. (R)
34/52 Hoot and Toot double-check the recycling in order to get their Green Machine badges. (R)
34/50 Yojojo has found a field of beautiful yellow flowers, so he picks lots and lots to share. (R)
15/100 The Tombliboos are inside their bush, building with bricks. Each Tombliboo builds a tower. (R)
Political debate including coverage of Ed Balls' speech at the Labour Party Conference.
8/10 Anne Robinson is joined by Alexandra Shulman, editor of British Vogue, and Keith Allen. (R)
72/90 Jonny Benarr and Simon O'Brien help eco-warrior buyers. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
1/20 Helen and Tim Booth and their two children spend a week in Brisbane. (R)
17/20 The team help a teenage boy who has suffered flash burns to his body. (R)
2/75 Paul Martin and experts Philip Serrell and David Barby descend on rural Wiltshire. (R)
1/30 David Barby and Margie Cooper travel from Northumberland to Lincolnshire in a classic car.
63/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
6/10 In the Home Counties, Jules Hudson looks at the organisation known as Churchill's Toyshop.
Hazel Irvine introduces highlights from all three days of the 39th Ryder Cup.
10/37 Pembroke College, Cambridge take on the University of Lancaster in the first round.
2/6 Dishes include Italian roast chicken, served with a saffron orzotto, and coffee ice cream.
3/3 Stephanie Flanders examines at the revolutionary and influential ideas of Karl Marx.
2/13 With choirmaster Gareth Malone, rapper Wretch 32 and guest host Example.
Jeremy Paxman asks what the Labour leader stands for.
James Landale presents highlights of the Labour party's annual conference in Manchester.
4/12 The pitchers include a former chat show host and a man who washes his hair in the Den. (R)
5/6 Richard operates a bulldozer, a compactor and a scraper at a landfill site in Denver.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
1/2 From Florence Nightingale to Brunel, follow 10 children who grew up and changed the world. (R)
2/2 From Edward Jenner to Rosa Parks, follow the stories of five people who changed the world. (R)
Tuesday 2 October 2012