43/52 Wibbly has a very special friend - an elephant! (R)
47/52 The Line draws an umbrella which protects Dipdap from unpredictable weather. (R)
Pinky and Nicholas visit an island full of delicious desserts. (R)
18/26 Jackal always wants what is not his, so the animals decide to teach him a lesson. (R)
15/52 Kwazii's favorite sub, the Gup-B, goes missing. (R)
11/35 The wild dog puppies come out of their den and the Roar Rangers learn to talk tiger. (R)
26/52 A super-speedy cheetah and Leon fight over a turtle. (R)
23/52 Tabaqui tricks Mowgli into thinking that a wishing tree with solve all his problems. (R)
11/26 A team of artists create some astounding deadly animal art featuring the lynx. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
1/2 The rhino-like Judoon return, as their prisoner crashes on Earth. A Veil is on the loose. (R)
29/52 Robbie makes Stingy believe he is the prince of LazyTown, and locks him in a castle. (R)
7/16 Mr Sabitini gets a beautiful windmill with the help of Spud and Muck. (R)
12/13 Even lollipops and drinking water backwards can't cure Alice's hiccups. (R)
26/39 Charley finds himself on a mountain with his friend Midge stuck up the top. (R)
11/26 The Small Potatoes sing a guitar-driven rock and roll anthem celebrating their feelings. (R)
37/52 Mtambo longs for some adventure in his life so that he has new stories to tell. (R)
9/26 Joan is gearing up for the Ladybird Ball, but Raymond is not feeling well. (R)
11/25 With Postie, who is on a mission to deliver the mail on time, despite doggy distraction. (R)
19/26 The ZingZillas play hide and seek, with the help of percussionist, Evelyn Glennie. (R)
24/50 The cheebies introduce the Piplings to a choosing game to help with their decisions. (R)
77/100 The Pontipine children hide from the Wottingers and all end up in Upsy Daisy's bed. (R)
Comedy. A woman reappears after being shipwrecked to find that her husband has remarried.
Clare Balding is joined by Mark Foster as four more world titles are decided in Shanghai.
Nine contestants play as a team to win up to 10,000 pounds, but only one can win. (R)
16/30 Thomas visits Alnwick Castle and James gets to blow some Northumbrian pipes, albeit badly. (R)
26/75 Paul Martin and experts Mark Stacey and Catherine Southon value collectibles in Dover. (R)
Jules Hudson is in Devon helping a couple find their first home together. (R)
88/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
1/10 BBC DJs Paul Gambaccini, Suzi Quatro, Richard Allinson, Clare Teal and Alex Lester compete (R)
1/8 The team discover the world of pharmacy in 1837, the beginning of Queen Victoria's reign. (R)
1/6 A look at what's in the products we rely on every day to stay cleaned and preened.
4/37 Queen's University Belfast fight it out with the University of Newcastle.
4/12 Specialists in commemorative items, kitchenalia and French art deco glass battle it out.
3/3 Rageh Omaar analyses the introduction of the Sharia moral code and the concept of jihad.
10/18 Stephen Fry tackles the greats, with Jo Brand, David Mitchell, Sean Lock and Alan Davies. (R)
Analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Jeremy Paxman.
2/10 As the Torchwood team is reunited, Jack realises he is the most vulnerable man on Earth. (R)
8/10 Henry's acts at court, and on the jousting field, endanger his family's future. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Tuesday 26 July 2011