43/52 Zigby decides to put on the best surprise party ever for Bertie's birthday. (R)
51/56 Louie and Yoko have fished lots out of the lake, but how can they carry everything? (R)
12/13 Stripy needs to borrow some oil from Tiny. (R)
25/26 The animals challenge noisy Herbert the warthog to stay silent for a whole day. (R)
2/52 Wilson is taking Ebo the elephant to his new home in the safari park. (R)
34/52 Someone's sending out an SOS as the crucial jams of For Real FM fall silent. (R)
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7/26 The boys take on the island in the heart stopping Vanishing Point. (R)
3/26 A horrifying laundry incident has left Voltar with a rather lovely pinkish complexion. (R)
18/52 Eliot is convinced the new fridge is a passageway for the next Viking invasion. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
13/14 The gang travels to New Mexico, where they meet a giant, legendary bird. (R)
20/52 Leon tries every which way to catch a super high-jumping springbok. (R)
2/25 Mister Maker discovers how lots of old lids can print a super circle picture. (R)
7/26 Katy and her young cooks make three cheese and cress muffins. (R)
25/26 Teal thinks Abney is trapped by a woolly monster and sets out to save him. (R)
19/26 The animals are all looking forward to waking up early to watch the dawn chorus. (R)
22/26 Mr Large plans a day of fresh air and exercise for the whole family. (R)
10/13 It's Penny's birthday and her friends have the perfect surprise. (R)
Everyone is celebrating Arbour Day and grubby invites cirque de soil to watch a stunt. (R)
33/52 Brewster invents a fun tour for visitors, to get his Show and Tell badge. (R)
11/20 Nuzzle and Scratch are keen to lend a hoof to the sponge finger shop. (R)
32/51 Precious is in a playful mood and wants to play lots more games with her friends. (R)
35/50 The cheebies help Nok Tok when he tries to make a pod man. (R)
16/100 Igglepiggle falls down and gets a muddy patch on his tummy. He gets the mud everywhere. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with live coverage of the Labour party conference.
10/10 Anne Robinson is joined by chef Rick Stein and actor Fiona Shaw. (R)
32/90 Ed Hall and Jonnie Irwin search for the perfect pad for two cyclists in Staffordshire. (R)
Coverage of Labour Party leader Ed Miliband's party conference speech in Manchester.
2/8 Nick Knowles presents exclusive footage of a dramatic rescue in the icy Southern Ocean. (R)
24/25 Jewellery, toys, porcelain and a Georgian tea table all go under the hammer in Wilmslow. (R)
2/30 David Barby and Margie Cooper travel from County Durham to an auction in Scarborough.
64/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
7/10 In London, Jules Hudson meets a volunteer who was a teenage fire fighter in the Blitz.
1/6 Huw Edwards presents an in-depth history of Wales. (R)
8/14 The remaining bakers face a biscuit-based quarter-final.
1/3 Charting how the stiff upper lip emerged in the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
2/10 With Mumford & Sons, Lisa Marie Presley, Neil Sedaka, Savages and Bobby Womack.
Can Ed Miliband convince? Afghan asylum seekers in Britain and musician Bobby Womack.
James Landale presents highlights of the Labour party's annual conference in Manchester.
2/6 Gareth Malone heads west to the Royal Mail in Bristol to create the second choir. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
A mysterious code underpins the world. What does it mean and what can we learn from it? (R)
2/2 Stefan Gates heads into the woods of Sussex to explore sustainable energy. (R)
1/2 Stefan Gates visits a school that uses recycled objects in many different ways. (R)
Wednesday 3 October 2012