Northern Ireland Schedule
44/52 When Wibbly plants a magic bean, a beanstalk grows all the way up to the clouds. (R)
48/52 The Line draws Dipdap three cakes, but every time he tries to eat one he is interrupted. (R)
Pinky shows Tyler how to make his own fun when the TV breaks down. (R)
11/26 The birds don't like Frog's singing voice, so they trick him into a singing duel. (R)
16/52 The Octonauts are caught between two groups of anemones. (R)
12/35 An elephant baby boom means there are six youngsters for the keepers to cope with. (R)
23/52 Leon wants to drink from a pond fiercely guarded by a crocodile. (R)
24/52 Kaa the snake lets Mowgli have his skin after shedding it. (R)
12/26 A team of artists create some astounding deadly animal art featuring the mountain gorilla. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
2/2 Luke, Clyde and Rani must fight their most fearsome enemy yet - Sarah Jane Smith. (R)
30/52 Robbie Rotten plans to use all of his inventions against Sportacus at the same time. (R)
9/16 In his eagerness to use his new attachment, Benny soon gets into trouble. (R)
13/13 The koalas invite Lolly for a special dinner to cheer her up. (R)
1/52 Hop wants to take part in the dance show but she can't get her special dance right. (R)
12/26 Moon Baby observes the galaxy from up on the moon before floating back home. (R)
38/52 Chatsworth wants to take a nap but everything and everyone conspires to keep him awake. (R)
10/26 Raymond tries to play football with the Wee MacGregors, but he is too big. (R)
12/25 King Flannel tries to evade an exercise regime set for him by his long-suffering butler. (R)
20/26 It is Todd's birthday and the ZingZillas want his party to be a surprise. (R)
25/50 Nok Tok tries to walks backwards like everyone else, but he finds it too difficult. (R)
78/100 The Tombliboos hear Igglepiggle's stones, and then they hear Upsy Daisy singing. (R)
An agent tries to use her influence to get two student trumpeters into Artie Shaw's band.
Britain's swimmers are going for gold on day three in Shanghai.
Nine contestants play as a team to win up to 10,000 pounds, but only one can win. (R)
17/30 James Braxton gets to see a collection of rare mineral sculptures made by miners. (R)
51/75 The team are in Southend-on-Sea, where the finds include a Delftware bowl. (R)
15/80 A couple from Herefordshire want a rural retreat in Derbyshire with green credentials. (R)
89/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
2/10 Sport's John Inverdale, Dennis Taylor, Mark Lawrenson, Graham Bell and Bob Champion battle (R)
7/8 Exploring the strong bonds Britain has with its neighbour across the North Sea, Denmark. (R)
4/6 A couple of City high-flyers try to save one of the country's most endangered structures.
2/6 Freddie discovers an enigmatic clue as he investigates the mystery of Ruth's death.
2/6 A group of dignitaries from Rio (Olympic hosts in 2016) comes to London for a visit. (R)
Analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Jeremy Paxman.
Reporter Mark Franchetti investigates Italy's deadliest mafia, the Camorra. (R)
Five stories of life under the rule of the violent Neapolitan Mafia are woven together.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Wednesday 27 July 2011