Northern Ireland Schedule
Featuring sketches, Penguin Facts and two classic episodes: Building Igloos and Noise. (R)
Pinky tells Tyler a story about judging a bake-off on an alien planet. (R)
22/26 Timmy loses his homemade sock puppet on his way to nursery. (R)
19/26 Hoot and Toot try to help Wilson make his news report, but they get lost in the ice cave. (R)
42/52 There is tension onstage at rehearsals for the orphans' musical. (R)
10/20 Barney and Gemma find out what happens in the Barrier Reef in the hours of darkness. (R)
41/53 To avoid getting into trouble Dennis acts ill, resulting in a boring night in hospital. (R)
10/16 The ghostly Disc Demon attempts to steal the last tune written by a missing songwriter. (R)
A group of parrots land on the Owl's branch to partake in festivities. (R)
8/13 Digby and Hacker train as undercover security guards in a gallery to catch an art thief. (R)
8/12 The Muppets make an appearance in Movie Download. (R)
Featuring recipes by Vivek Singh, Ken Hom, James Tanner and Alain Roux. (R)
John Inverdale introduces the action from the World Cup rowing regatta in Munich.
Matt Roberts introduces live coverage of round six of the MotoGP season from Silverstone.
A British army officer is branded a coward after resigning his post.
1/35 Nicki Chapman is in Devon, helping a couple of retired teachers find a rural retreat. (R)
Live coverage of the match between England's women and their Dutch counterparts.
29/60 Paul Martin strides over windswept Morecambe Sands with sand pilot Cedric Robinson. (R)
1/4 The amazing web of life centred on the Brazil nut tree is revealed.
6/6 In Scotland, zoologist Andy Torbet braves one of the most dangerous beaches in Britain.
Personal stories and experiences from well-known Irish fathers and sons.
BBC Radio Ulster presenter Ralph McLean speaks openly about his lifelong love of music. (R)
6/9 Merc tries to get one of Matt's former cast mates to make a guest appearance on the show. (R)
The lives of three women from different generations intertwine through a novel.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Monday 18 June 2012