7/26 Harry's new remote-control plane makes him laugh with joy, but when it breaks he cries. (R)
The gang have to make an urgent delivery to Zippity. (R)
14/26 The little lion cub and his friends set out to find out what his favourite noise could be. (R)
49/52 The Octopod's waterworks become flooded with frightened humuhumu fish. (R)
17/52 The Line draws Dipdap a key. He uses it to wind up clockwork objects. (R)
Pinky helps a king save his castle made out of cards from a group of dancing dust bunnies. (R)
21/35 Rani finds out why the flamingos make such rotten parents and Johny meets a barn owl. (R)
23/52 Voltar becomes a folk hero after refusing to buy cookies from the Suzie Scouts. (R)
3/52 Eliot's great aunt shows up at his house for the weekend, and she looks like a witch. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
16/26 Barney eats Crazy Keith's spaghetti bolognese and promptly turns into a frog. (R)
47/52 Leon tries to catch a meerkat - but it disappears in a flash. (R)
27/40 While trying to retrieve his ball, Bitzer falls into a muddy pond. (R)
21/26 U tries to get away from Q but when the IT comes along, he needs her! (R)
21/52 Ela feels left out from a picnic as she doesn't have a special toy to take. (R)
1/25 Super Numtum flies in to do some sleuthing and find the number one in the nick of time. (R)
49/52 Brendan tells the friends to throw a coin in the old wash basin and make a wish. (R)
24/26 Squirrel is too busy braiding her tail to help gather nuts for the other animals. (R)
31/51 After the rain there is a rainbow in the sky, and Hip and Hop want to paint it. (R)
27/52 Mike wants to camp out overnight, but scoffs at the dragons' comfy and well-equipped camp. (R)
11/20 Andy and Kip embark on a wild adventure to see grizzly bears in Alaska. (R)
6/26 Twigs causes no end of trouble when he uses a magic pebble to grant his every wish. (R)
6/20 DJ Loose and the ZingZillas show Zingboppers how to dance to the Bhangra Beat. (R)
22/52 The chuggers take a brake test for their Good Judgement badge. (R)
1/52 Bobo White accidently breaks the gate to the skyhorsey stable, and the skyhorsies escape. (R)
40/50 Yojojo and the other Piplings play jumping games with a jumpybug. (R)
72/100 The Tombliboos play with the ball indoors until it flies out the window. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Including a discussion of the cash-for-access scandal and the Unite tanker drivers' vote.
9/10 Actor Larry Lamb and comedian Sarah Millican discuss their five favourite books. (R)
10/10 It's a lucky escape for a woman when a freak tornado rips through her home and community. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz.
1/20 A paramedic discovers that his critically-ill patient is a close friend. (R)
6/20 Paul Martin presents a collection of his favourite leisure items seen in the series.
11/20 Nick Hancock hosts a quiz where contestants can stick together or break away on their own.
1/30 Paul Hayes and Philip Serrell search for collectibles at the Ford Airfield car boot sale.
1/10 With guests Graham Norton, Sue Perkins and Phill Jupitus.
146/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
5/75 Jules Hudson goes on a £650,000 house hunt in Dorset. (R)
3/8 Liz finds out how safe digital storage formats such as DVDs and memory sticks are.
1/6 Liverpool University's chaplain reaches out to new students at the Fresher's Fair.
2/6 Rachel Khoo crafts baguettes with a master Parisian baker.
6/6 Following the workers who descend on the Tube each night to maintain, repair and clean it.
5/10 Including a report by Ali Mac Aindreasa about the language project 'Líofa 2015'.
Cash for access, RBS on sale to Abu Dhabi, and Hugh Grant on press self-regulation.
Tara Mills looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
6/6 Jenkins tries to leave early in Half Hour Lunch when there's a crisis at mission control.
How the thousands of satellites orbiting the Earth have transformed the modern world. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Highlights of Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves and St Helens v Leeds Rhinos. (R)
A mysterious code underpins the world. What does it mean and what can we learn from it? (R)
1/2 Stefan Gates visits a school that uses recycled objects in many different ways.
2/2 Stefan Gates heads into the woods of Sussex to explore sustainable energy.
1/2 Children use technological tools to uncover unsung historical heroes on their doorsteps.
Tuesday 27 March 2012