Northern Ireland Schedule
45/52 Wibbly and Big Pig paint their faces to look like tigers, but then they meet a real one. (R)
49/52 The Line draws an alien that drops to Earth. Dipdap helps to get the alien back home. (R)
Pinky, Daffinee and Nicholas go on an exciting adventure. (R)
3/26 There was a time when Hippo had lots of hair and she was always too hot. (R)
17/60 When their ship gets trapped in ice, a friendly narwhal helps the Octonauts to get free. (R)
13/35 The keepers are desperate for a new baby tapir to arrive, but the mother won't be rushed. (R)
22/52 Two toads cannot help laughing while they are near Leon. (R)
25/52 Mowgli finds himself the proud owner of a ball made from the sap of a rubber tree. (R)
13/26 A team of artists create some astounding deadly animal art featuring the tuna. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
1/2 Far in the future, in the year 2059, Rani remembers the day her whole life went wrong. (R)
31/52 There's a dance competition in LazyTown, but Robbie doesn't want Stephanie to win. (R)
10/16 Spud uses cork to make some shoes and learns just how useful cork can be. (R)
1/13 Ned decides to bury some treasure, but neglects to draw a map and needs help to find it. (R)
2/52 Loopy's balloon is too big and carries his glasses away high up in the air. (R)
13/26 The Small Potatoes sing about the importance of family and friends. (R)
39/52 Koko challenges Hodge to a competition: whoever does the most jobs that day wins. (R)
11/26 The funfair has come to the nursery and Colin wants to ride the helter-skelter. (R)
13/25 Reptile expert Anna Conda demonstrates how snakes shed their skin. (R)
21/26 Gravel and Granite decide to have a night in watching the TV with their friends. (R)
26/50 When a string on breaks on Yojojo's banjojo, he wonders how to fix it. (R)
79/100 Igglepiggle gets into Upsy Daisy's bed - but only Upsy Daisy is allowed to sleep there! (R)
A young woman causes chaos in her Arkansas home town by anonymously distributing money.
American Michael Phelps defends his 200m butterfly title.
Nine contestants play as a team to win up to 10,000 pounds, but only one can win. (R)
18/30 James Braxton meets a fountain pen collector and Thomas Plant tours a traditional brewery. (R)
30/75 Paul Martin travels to Loughborough with experts Elizabeth Talbot and Adam Partridge. (R)
11/80 Jules Hudson is house-hunting in Shropshire, with a maximum budget of 420,000 pounds. (R)
90/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
3/10 Featuring Hilary Kay, Paul Atterbury, Eric Knowles, Mark Allum and Lars Tharp. (R)
2/4 Rick travels eastwards towards the Mediterranean, sampling great dishes along the way. (R)
5/6 Jeremy, Richard and James are challenged to knock down a row of derelict houses. (R)
1/3 Marcus du Sautoy reveals how significant numbers apear throughout the natural world.
1/4 DJ Steeky and Pablo's guests on Belfast FM include Christine Hamilton and chef Jason More.
Analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Jeremy Paxman.
Remembering a classic cricket story from 30 years ago. (R)
9/10 Anne Boleyn's fall from favour escalates as rumours are circulated (and created) at court. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Thursday 28 July 2011