48/52 When Wibbly meets a lost penguin he decides to help her get to the penguin party. (R)
Jim takes a small colourful plant home, not realising how quickly it grows. (R)
15/26 Timmy and Ruffy devise a squeaky musical performance for Otus to provide the finale to. (R)
18/26 Wilson and Koko take a short cut through the ice cave, but Wilson gets stuck. (R)
32/52 Dipdap is caught in a sticky mess when the Line draws some bubblegum. (R)
Pinky shows Tyler how to make his own fun when the TV breaks down. (R)
The baby elephants get naughty at bedtime, but just how much chaos can they cause? (R)
36/52 LOSE challenge the neighbours' kids to a street hockey game. (R)
51/52 Eliot and friends find themselves in a haunted house full of monsters and ghosts. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
6/13 Prank's mission to regain his youthfulness goes wrong and he turns into a screaming baby. (R)
7/40 Shaun borrows the farmer's wig to show off to the flock. (R)
7/25 Friends Robyn, Nadine and Caoimhe ask Nina how vacuum cleaners suck up dirt. (R)
17/25 The Numtums play hide-and-seek - which tractor is the Numtum hiding behind? (R)
12/13 Charley learns to ice skate with a little help from his friends. (R)
38/26 Featuring B1N, a robot made from a pedal bin. (R)
18/26 Jackal always wants what is not his, so the animals decide to teach him a lesson. (R)
12/51 When the Vrooms need rescuing, there's only one dinosaur for the job - Super Loopy. (R)
38/52 Hoot and Toot must deliver their cargo before sunrise to earn their Night Chugger badges. (R)
The Potatoes explore science in a new wave music video. (R)
5/13 George spills tea inside his satchel and makes the addresses on his letters unreadable. (R)
7/26 Joan dresses up as a robot after Raymond's new giant toy breaks down. (R)
7/26 Baby Jake and Pengy Quin go on a snowy adventure and play cartwheeling. (R)
2/20 The ZingZillas dance for Panzee's family show. (R)
14/26 Kevin is a fussy eater, so Georgina decides to make him an amazing jungle pie. (R)
43/50 De Li thinks she has seen a fairy flying into her shed. (R)
88/100 Mrs Pontipine spots the Ninky Nonk through her binoculars. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn is joined by Lord Heseltine for the latest political news and debate.
2/10 Janet Sumner discovers how to get hugged by a wild seal. (R)
2/20 Nicola Coleman dishes up fine dining while Sasha Cappocci prepares a Moroccan feast. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
15/20 A boy is badly hurt after a freak quarry accident, and a climber falls off a rock face. (R)
45/60 Paul takes a look at a set of six chairs that have been in one family for 101 years. (R)
27/30 General knowledge quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. (R)
17/30 Eric Knowles and John Cameron go to the Sunday Market and Car Boot Sale in Hertfordshire.
2/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
7/10 Phil Tufnell and Chris Hollins compete for the best antique deals in south-east England. (R)
7/45 Aktar Islam, Daniel Clifford and Paul Foster cook their fish course for Glynn Purnell.
6/8 In Turin, Si and Dave help celebrate Italy's 150th birthday.
1/3 Prof Mary Beard asks not what the Romans did for us, but what the empire did for Rome.
1/6 Guests include Paul Weller, The Maccabees, Céu, Paul Buchanan and Willis Earl Beal.
With Jeremy Paxman. Can arrested Abu Qatada be deported?
Tara Mills looks at the day's events at the Assembly and Northern Ireland Executive.
1/4 A look at the 70s as the decade where Britons first felt the thrill of freedom and money. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
1/3 Children investigate how a sheep's fleece is turned into woolly scarves. (R)
2/3 The children investigate steel and find out how electricity is generated. (R)
3/3 The children investigate how TV, bricks and crayons are all made. (R)
1/10 Geography programme for primary schools following the adventures of William Whiskerson. (R)
Wednesday 18 April 2012