13/13 Stretchy takes it to heart when the Sparky Twins tell him that he's no fun. (R)
After Yik Yak shows everyone his special handshake, they start dancing uncontrollably. (R)
5/26 Zebby and Raa Raa try to find the perfect place to have their snack. (R)
42/52 The Octonauts help a young migrating eel on her difficult journey. (R)
16/52 The Line draws a bus. Dipdap has quite an adventure trying to catch it. (R)
Things go wrong for Pinky when she opens an ice cream stand and hires two babies to help. (R)
15/35 The keepers have a problem - the baby rhino has fallen in love with their tractor. (R)
10/26 Voltar embarks on a quest to make the Lair of Supreme Evil as dirty as possible!
47/52 Eliot's class elect a representative who must make a speech to the parents and teachers. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
7/26 Nev accidentally hurts Prank and faces paying the medical bill. (R)
41/52 A baby alligator snaps onto Leon's snout and just will not let go. (R)
21/40 The farmer asks Bitzer to help renovate an old boat but soon a game of pirates takes over. (R)
15/26 A stargazing trip leads to a close encounter with some unusual visitors. (R)
15/52 After building a snow castle in the snowy mountains, the Abadas play the word game. (R)
25/30 Pre-school fun set in a magical world of poetry. (R)
38/52 Animation. Lulu wants to tell all her friends that the first snowdrop flower has arrived. (R)
18/26 The horned animals living on the plains risk losing their home, but Buffalo saves the day. (R)
47/52 Hip has gone off somewhere exploring, so everyone else follows his tracks. (R)
13/52 Jess gets a colourful surprise when he looks for his friend Chloe the caterpillar. (R)
5/20 Andy takes Kip on a wild adventure to see grasscutter ants in Argentina. (R)
6/14 Nisha, Mish, Moosh and Mogo meet lots of new friends in Inverness in Scotland. (R)
16/52 Koko and Brewster must learn to trust each other to get their next badge. (R)
2/26 Georgina has become a trendsetter and all the animals compete to match her latest fad. (R)
A game of 'do you see what I see?' initiates a discussion on how everyone sees things. (R)
34/50 Lau Lau loves dancing so much that she tries to paint it. (R)
66/100 Upsy Daisy gives her special stone to Igglepiggle to look after. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn presents the latest political news, interviews and debate.
4/10 Sir Trevor McDonald and Rebecca Front reveal their favourite reads. (R)
5/10 A vicious Atlantic storm causes the worst floods in living memory in a West Sussex town. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz.
15/20 A village is brought to a standstill by a multiple pile-up, and an unsung hero helps out. (R)
72/76 Paul Martin is joined by Catherine Southon and Adam Partridge at Todmorden Town Hall. (R)
5/20 Nick Hancock hosts a quiz where contestants can stick together or break away on their own.
25/30 The last day for Anita to snatch the lead from James in Woburn and Cirencester.
140/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
5/10 John Sergeant visits an ancient watermill in Lyme Regis and dungeons in Exeter Guildhall.
26/28 Alastair Sooke meets sculptor Anthony Caro as he prepares for a retrospective.
22/31 Subjects include the Life and Times of Harold Wilson and the sitcom Seinfeld.
2/31 Monty Don, Carol Klein and Joe Swift offer practical tips for the approach of spring.
1/3 Jamaican Baptist pastor Franklin Small brings his energetic preaching to the Cotswolds.
2/18 Stephen Fry asks unanswerable questions about body parts beginning with the letter H. (R)
Good shepherd or turbulent priest? Rowan Williams's tenure as Archbishop of Canterbury.
Martha Kearney assesses DV8's show Can We Talk About This? and Jo Nesbo's latest book.
Fantasy. A cynical crime novelist imagines himself as the hero of his own pulp fiction.
26/28 Alastair Sooke meets sculptor Anthony Caro as he prepares for a retrospective. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Saturday 17 March 2012