Northern Ireland Schedule
24/26 Harry's going to the moon! But only if he can make his spaceship go faster. (R)
Jim, Ted and Rover investigate a strange glow in Dark Cave. (R)
4/28 Timmy tries to protect his football-shaped cookie from being trodden on, eaten or broken. (R)
11/26 Wilson is given the job of taking photos to be used on a poster promoting Chuggington. (R)
27/52 Dipdap has a tricky time trying to get comfy in chairs drawn by the Line. (R)
Pinky and her friends put on a very special concert for the whole world. (R)
32/35 The camels are moulting their winter hair, so it's fur coats all round for the monkeys. (R)
31/52 Voltar gets angry that his fortune cookies always have the same message - 'banana'. (R)
32/52 The boys discover why the girls are allowed to stay up later than them at a sleepover. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
1/13 Postie loses her job and is replaced by a robot, who causes havoc in the block. (R)
2/40 The flock hijacks a road line-painting machine and makes giant works of art in the field. (R)
2/25 Ross, Toni and Olivia are on a mission to find out how pens work. (R)
12/26 The Numtums play hide-and-seek - which of the two kites is Numtum Two hiding behind? (R)
7/13 Charley has a pair of wonder wellies capable of making him do anything. (R)
33/52 Featuring keep-fit frog Callista Croak and nut expert Karl the chinchilla. (R)
13/26 Vulture decides to fly up to the sun, but her crown of beautiful feathers gets burnt. (R)
7/51 When Tallulah loses her favourite toy, Bippity and Loopy try to make her a new one. (R)
33/52 Brewster invents a fun tour for visitors, to get his Show and Tell badge. (R)
11/26 The Small Potatoes sing a guitar-driven rock and roll anthem celebrating their feelings. (R)
11/13 Sammy loses one of his bees and Mitzi is puzzled, as she thinks all bees are the same. (R)
2/26 Raymond dresses as a magician and tries to perfect a disappearing trick. (R)
2/26 Baby Jake and the Hamsternauts go on a space adventure and play peek-a-boo. (R)
17/20 The ZingZillas show ZingBoppers how to dance to the song Drift Away. (R)
When they find a book of spells, Louie and Yoko need a witch to help them make a potion. (R)
9/26 The animals help Victor the crocodile to brush his teeth. (R)
48/50 Nok Tok loses one of Yojojo's shakers, so he sets off in his naracar to find it. (R)
83/100 The Pontipines are out for a walk in the garden and hear lots of noise. (R)
A fugitive murderer takes refuge in a barn, causing three children to believe he's Jesus.
8/15 Two tarantulas go on a lethal first date and Ben Fogle gets a unique view of the otters. (R)
61/90 Jonny Benarr and Simon O'Brien face one of their toughest challenges yet in Ironbridge. (R)
12/20 The team is forced to ask the RAF to switch off the UK's missile shield. (R)
46/60 Paul Martin and experts Will Axon and Adam Partridge are in Darlington. (R)
22/30 General knowledge quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. (R)
12/30 Charlie Ross takes on Katherine Higgins at the Antiques and Collectibles Fair in Ardingly.
157/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
2/10 Journalists Kirsty Wark and Alastair Stewart travel across Scotland starting in Edinburgh. (R)
2/45 Scottish chefs Alan Murchison, Colin Buchan and Mark Greenaway cook their fish course.
5/8 In Vienna, Si and Dave unravel the mystery of the two competing sachertorte recipes.
13/15 Horizon follows three people as they undergo remarkable new cancer treatments.
6/12 Guests are Paloma Faith, Jason Donovan, Tim Key and DJ Target. Tim Minchin presents. (R)
Can we ever stop the rich avoiding tax?
Rageh Omaar examines figurative Islamic art and the controversy surrounding it. (R)
13/16 Allison begins to see a pattern in a series of ostensibly accidental deaths. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Highlights of Huddersfield Giants v Hull FC and Warrington Wolves v Catalan Dragons. (R)
Wednesday 11 April 2012