39/52 Wibbly has a very bouncy rubber ball, and it is bouncing all over the place. (R)
43/52 The Line draws books for Dipdap, but when Dipdap tries to read them they disappear. (R)
Pinky and Daffinee take part in an underwater dance class. (R)
20/26 Mosquito's tales send the whole of Tinga Tinga into a complete panic. (R)
11/52 The Octonauts must evacuate a slow-moving, gelatinous blobfish before a volcano erupts. (R)
9/35 The team meets the African wild cat that can jump three metres to catch birds in flight. (R)
14/52 Gnasher and Gnipper are trapped in the dog pound and Dennis must rescue them. (R)
11/16 Scooby and the gang travel to China to visit a friend plagued by an ancient legend. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories. (R)
9/13 MMegan and Natasha go treasure hunting with new arrival, the handsome teen explorer Tom. (R)
27/52 Ziggy wants to play space games with the other kids, but they say he is too small. (R)
5/16 Mr Beasley decides to grow pineapples in a special pit heated by horse manure. (R)
10/13 Josie breaks Sammy's favourite mug, owns up and creates a wonderful new one for him. (R)
24/39 Charley and Rivet have a race, but Charley's showing off may cost him his victory. (R)
9/26 The Small Potatoes sing and dance their way across the stage. (R)
35/52 The inspector is on his way to Chuggington and the chuggers try to get everything ready. (R)
7/26 The Tiddlers and Mr Bloom hunt for potatoes - eventually finding them underground. (R)
9/25 With useless superhero Captain Adorable and glamorous newshound Gail Force. (R)
17/26 The ZingZillas want to play a flamenco-style Big Zing but Drum has lost her castanets. (R)
22/50 Yojojo gives Nok Tok a loud whistle for his naracar, but it frightens the narabugs. (R)
75/100 Upsy Daisy cannot make up her mind whether to sing or play with the ball. (R)
Hermione Cockburn looks at the rate at which the sands around Southport are disappearing. (R)
Romantic drama about a British doctor working in a Malayan village.
45/90 Ed Hall and Jonnie Irwin help a vicar and his wife find the perfect retirement home. (R)
2/25 Four puppies shut in a dark wardrobe are freed. (R)
Nine contestants play as a team to win up to 10,000 pounds, but only one can win. (R)
14/30 Kate learns some Camera Obscura facts in Edinburgh. (R)
74/75 The team visits Kidderminster, where some clockwork toys bring a big shock at auction. (R)
Denise Nurse is in Wiltshire with buyers who are looking for a party pad. (R)
86/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
14/25 Michael Portillo finds out about shoddy, a successful 19th-century recycling industry. (R)
Terry Nutkins celebrates the 175th anniversary of Bristol Zoo.
1/2 Award winning designer Andy Sturgeon joins Monty Don to review the show gardens.
2/4 Rick travels eastwards towards the Mediterranean, sampling great dishes along the way.
4/4 The team is called in to investigate the discovery of a skeleton dating from around 100AD.
1/4 Ulster comedian William Caulfield shares his thoughts on life's daily grind. (R)
With Mishal Husain.
1/6 Two BBC reporters apply to join an ambitious new current affairs programme. (R)
3/3 Evan Davis looks at the explosive growth of Britain's services economy. (R)
7/10 Anne revives Henry's passion for her. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Friday 22 July 2011