Sketches, Penguin Facts and classic episodes: Pingu's New Scooter, and Pingu and the Box. (R)
22/26 Charlie and Marv must present a piece about outer space in front of the whole school. (R)
25/28 Timmy the knight's spirit is put to the test when he hears what sounds like a real dragon. (R)
49/52 Koko is keen to show how responsible she is, but hasn't listened to her instructions. (R)
Blobby finds it difficult to pay attention at school because he never stops talking. (R)
There is drama on the safari area as a new red lechwe calf is born pure white. (R)
12/26 Voltar attempts to steal back his belt from the Cougar at a dance competition. (R)
14/52 A monkey discovers that you can direct and control a giraffe like a construction crane. (R)
It is Nine's unlucky day and his attempts to avoid bad luck make matters even worse. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
13/13 Ed and Oucho are trying to build 'The Waker Upper', a contraption to wake you up. (R)
10/10 Amaan asks Nina why his mum tells him to turn off the tap when he's brushing his teeth. (R)
15/26 Dara and Billy try to find something special for May's birthday. (R)
15/26 A beast dares to steal Lion's mane and Parrot sees the whole thing. (R)
3/39 Charley heads off on an exciting jungle safari with his friends, Midge and Nibblit. (R)
5/26 Zebby and Raa Raa try to find the perfect place to have their snack. (R)
16/20 As the rest of the team help put up an old school bell, Scratch digs for Farmer Pickles. (R)
11/26 Archie comes to the Koala brothers' homestead with a problem. (R)
3/26 Drum wants to make clippity clop noises, but is not sure how to make them. (R)
10/26 Scotty the puffin thinks that Carmen the crab doesn't want to be his friend anymore. (R)
5/52 Precious tries hard not to let her tinging tail bell tell everyone where she is hiding. (R)
5/50 Lau Lau and the children set off to find out what has happened to her missing cushion. (R)
39/100 The ball is bouncing all over the garden, knocking things over. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew is joined by Toby Young and Mary Riddell to discuss the latest political news.
Chris Packham reveals the secrets of successful badger watching. (R)
18/20 Former holiday rep Karen Bielby goes up against Martin Le Vogeur. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
10/25 The probate researchers deal with the case of a musician with connections to Jimi Hendrix. (R)
19/30 The duo explore how Britain's love affair with takeaway food has evolved. (R)
56/60 Michael Baggott discovers an exciting selection of Japanese carvings. (R)
10/30 Paul Hayes and Charlie Ross face off at a Nottinghamshire antiques fair. (R)
30/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
With performances from KC & The Sunshine Band, Everything But the Girl and The Jam.
34/45 Richard Davies, James Sommerin and Stephen Terry cook their desserts.
13/15 Alan Titchmarsh celebrates the great craftsmanship behind the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
1/8 The roots of Britain; from the end of the Romans to the coming of the Anglo Saxons.
3/9 When network head Merc Lapidus's father dies, Sean and Beverly get a lesson in grief.
With Emily Maitlis.
Highlights of day two of the European Tour's PGA Championship at Wentworth's West Course.
6/6 Guests include Jimmy Cliff, Esperanza Spalding, The Hives, Paloma Faith and Beach House.
4/10 1970: Owen Crawford's son Sam makes a discovery in Alaska that has serious consequences. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Saturday 26 May 2012