17/52 Wibbly takes Pigley on a nice drive, but keeps being interrupted by other road users. (R)
31/52 Dipdap keeps being disturbed by a noisy creature and can't settle down in his tent. (R)
Things go wrong for Pinky when she opens an ice cream stand and hires two babies to help. (R)
25/26 One day Meerkat bumps into the Sleeping Stones, who make her slow down and listen. (R)
47/52 Captain Barnacles' compass has been taken by a crafty, shape-shifting cuttlefish. (R)
7/26 Steve Backshall meets one of the planet's ultimate killers, the saltwater crocodile. (R)
12/52 A herd of elephants have chosen Leon as a role model and mirror his every move. (R)
3/15 Arthur is sick, and Pal has to spend the night at the vet's. (R)
1/13 After a toad in the hole masterclass from chef John Torode, the four cooks try their hand. (R)
11/13 When Angela is asked to babysit, the monsters ask Nick how babies are made. (R)
10/13 Richard Wisker is joined by a teenage DJ who shares his skills. (R)
Tim Lovejoy, Louise Redknapp and chef Simon Rimmer are joined by Denise Van Outen.
Nicki Chapman is in Norfolk helping an animal-loving couple find their perfect pad. (R)
Ronnie is stunned by Michael's true intentions. Janine struggles with her grief. (R)
Hazel Irvine presents live action as the final round draws to a close.
John Inverdale presents live coverage from Birmingham's Alexander Stadium.
3/6 Jeremy and Richard find some bargains for the price of Britain's cheapest brand new car.
5/6 A journey around the coast of the United Kingdom.
9/10 Karen Kirby and Lynette Fay introduce this edition from Lusty Beg Island in Co. Fermanagh. (R)
BBC Radio Ulster presenter Ralph McLean speaks openly about his lifelong love of music. (R)
A British minister accidentally backs a war on TV and then tries to prevent it.
A bank security guard is forcibly recruited by a criminal gang to be their inside man.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Action from Warrington Wolves v Huddersfield Giants and Catalan Dragons v Leeds Rhinos. (R)
Monday 11 July 2011