3/26 The sun is blazing and Harry and Toto find it hard to keep cool, until a penguin arrives. (R)
Preschool stop-frame animation with Lunar Jim and his friends. (R)
8/26 Raa Raa is in charge of the musical stones, but Ooo Ooo wants to jump on them. (R)
43/52 A trio of salt-sneezing marine iguanas steal the Octonauts' seaweed! (R)
7/52 Dipdap thinks the balloons will keep him out of the mud, but the Line has other ideas. (R)
Pinky has a mystery on her hands when everything in Great Big City turns pink. (R)
16/35 A baby wallaby who is being raised by hand must learn to hop along with the others. (R)
11/26 Doomageddon is called into action to stop a righteous plan by the forces of good.
48/52 Eliot must stop a mad scientist from transforming everyone into mutants. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
8/26 Neville grows his first tooth and panics when it looks like a scary fang. (R)
42/52 Leon runs into the repulsive vulture, who desperately wants to be his best friend. (R)
22/40 Shaun and his friends inadvertently take to the skies in a hot air balloon. (R)
16/26 Sing along as the quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. (R)
16/52 The Abadas have a lot of fun playing in the rain. (R)
26/30 Join Freda the flat-footed fairy. (R)
39/52 Animation. Spike can't find where he left the teacher's present when it snows overnight. (R)
19/26 Puffadder wants to be friends, but the other animals are too afraid of him. (R)
48/52 Hip loses his special pebbles, so Driver Dan drives back to search for them. (R)
14/52 Jess hears a voice in the big hollow log and sets out to find his new friend. (R)
6/20 Andy takes Kip on a wild adventure to see mountain gorillas in Uganda. (R)
1/26 Ariela and the Mushas are both determined to win a competition. (R)
1/20 The ZingZillas show ZingBoppers how to dance to the song Superheroes Doing Super Things. (R)
17/52 To earn their Star Map badges, Koko, Wilson and Brewster must use the stars as a guide. (R)
The story about a new kid on the savannah is spreading, but each snippet is different. (R)
35/50 When Nok Tok's measuring stick is broken, he thinks he is growing taller. (R)
67/100 Makka Pakka is making piles of stones, but he needs another one to make three piles. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn is joined by constitutional historian Peter Hennessy.
Live Gaelic and rugby action with the MacRory Cup and the Schools' Cup finals.
Darryl Grimason explores some of the most stunning walks around Northern Ireland. (R)
1/4 A look at the old 'river' class yachts that are part of Strangford Lough tradition. (R)
6/20 Nick Hancock hosts a quiz where contestants can stick together or breakaway on their own.
141/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
6/10 John Sergeant's journey continues in South Wales, where he takes four more pictures.
2/75 Jonnie Irwin travels to Yorkshire to help find a rural home for a budget of £300,000. (R)
2/8 The team asks if modern life is damaging our ears. Jem records a centipede's footsteps.
37/37 The final of the 2012 series. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions.
1/6 Rachel Khoo cooks up her unique take on a croque madame and conjures up some madeleines.
5/6 The Tube's most unusual employee, a hawk called Toyah, is put to work on pigeon patrol.
4/10 Renowned GAA commentator Micheál Ó Muircheartaigh chats about retirement and dogs.
The PM wants better roads. What do the killings at a Jewish school in France mean?
2/12 Catherine Tate presents. Guests include Howard Marks, Badly Drawn Boy and Katy Wix. (R)
5/6 A new girl joins the company and The Receptionists are not happy.
Comedy about a working class boy stumbling through his first year at Bristol University.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Highlights include Huddersfield Giants v Castleford Tigers and St Helens v Bradford Bulls. (R)
1/2 From Florence Nightingale to Brunel, follow 10 children who grew up and changed the world. (R)
2/2 From Edward Jenner to Rosa Parks, follow the stories of five people who changed the world. (R)
Tuesday 20 March 2012