Northern Ireland Schedule
Two classic episodes of Pingu and more facts about the amazing world of penguins. (R)
Pinky shrinks herself super small to avoid a new girl at school. (R)
8/26 Timmy takes Ruffy's beret, but then his beloved teddy bear goes missing. (R)
5/26 When Wilson is stuck underground, he uses Speedy's advice to get himself out. (R)
28/52 The Easy Crew uncover a strange nutty trail when they investigate a path of destruction. (R)
6/20 Barney and Gemma meet bizarre, disgusting and hair-raising creatures on the Barrier Reef. (R)
37/53 Walter is hired over the summer holidays as Dad's assistant. (R)
1/16 Scooby and the gang investigate a legendary beast. (R)
The Owl learns never to judge an insect by its size when he finds out what an ant can do. (R)
6/13 Digby and Hacker interview the owner of a shop selling highly-breakable antiques. (R)
24/28 Carl struggles to get permission from Principal Malone to date his niece. (R)
32/40 While the farmer is away on a night out, the sheep sneak into the farmhouse for a party. (R)
6/12 New band Lawson perform their brilliant track, When She Was Mine. (R)
James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite moments from Saturday Kitchen.
40/45 The two remaining chefs from the South West region cook their entire menus for the judges. (R)
2/15 Denise Nurse takes a look back at some stone-built properties featured in past series. (R)
Matt Roberts presents live coverage of Round 5 from the Circuit de Catalunya.
Ore Oduba presents highlights of the World BMX Championships from Birmingham.
Matt Baker introduces highlights of the men's European Championship.
Sonali Shah introduces the best of the action from the third leg of the World Series.
Jeremy Vine highlights the main complaints and criticisms of the week's BBC TV output.
2/2 Michael Lynch helps bring financial stability to the Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds.
Austin O'Callaghan presents coverage of the Ulster Championship game at Brewster Park.
6/6 The last leg of Simon Reeve's journey begins in Sumatra and ends in Australia.
4/6 Nick Crane tells the astonishing tale of the Great Storm of 1703.
A tribute to Donna Summer, the 'Queen of Disco', following her death on May 17 2012.
Exploring the sounds, stars and fashions behind the the mid to late 70s' major soundtrack. (R)
Drama based on the true story of novelist Clifford Irving.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Monday 4 June 2012