Northern Ireland Schedule
29/52 When a dandelion plant appears in Mimi's garden, Jess tries to find out who planted it. (R)
17/56 Yoko and Sophie put on a fashion show for Louie. (R)
42/52 Wibbly makes friends with a caterpillar, but later he disappears. (R)
13/26 Cartoon series about a girl who lives next door to a zoo. Nelson wants to be a bird. (R)
15/26 Hoot and Toot try to return a meteorite to space. (R)
29/52 Rastamouse comes up with a crafty plan to catch a criminal with a passion for collecting. (R)
Barney and Gemma discover that groups of animals come in a variety of shapes and sizes. (R)
31/52 Voltar gets angry that his fortune cookies always have the same message - 'banana'. (R)
Nine wants Lottie to enter him into the Oddsburg Pet Show, even though he's just a friend. (R)
7/10 George learns that other people have dyslexia too. DW is thrilled to get an allowance. (R)
12/13 Featuring a morris-dancing scrubbing brush and a flock of marshmallow sheep. (R)
2/25 Nina discovers that people's tears have special cleaning salts in them. (R)
20/26 Baby Jake and Nibbles the rabbit go on a countryside adventure and play stompety stomp. (R)
18/26 The horned animals living on the plains risk losing their home, but Buffalo saves the day. (R)
6/52 Charley pretends that Nibblit and Bellarina keep disagreeing with each other. (R)
20/26 Raa Raa wants to show Topsy his three favourite things, but finds they have disappeared. (R)
4/10 Roley really wants to help with the apple harvest - but how? (R)
26/26 The Koala Brothers investigate who has been making a mess in Alice's kitchen. (R)
Yik Yak accidentally makes Eco's apple tree and Daisy the cow invisible. (R)
11/50 The Octonauts share a few fun facts about remipedes. (R)
12/26 Ninki, Twist and Kit need to be in good shape for this raceworld. (R)
7/51 When Tallulah loses her favourite toy, Bippity and Loopy try to make her a new one. (R)
10/50 De Li likes her garden to be beautiful and tidy, but a nearby plant keeps making it messy. (R)
91/100 Upsy Daisy kicks the ball and it heads straight for the Pontipines' house. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Neil Oliver discovers why a delegation from the US Navy visits Whitehaven every year. (R)
32/90 Jonny Benarr and Ed Hall take on a North to South property move. (R)
War drama about a band of Russian guerrillas fighting the Nazis during World War II.
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
13/20 The team help five schoolgirls trapped on the wrong side of a swollen mountain river. (R)
6/30 Si and Dave explore Lincolnshire, where they cook a traditional county favourite. (R)
52/75 Paul Martin and two experts hunt for antiques at Stroud's Subscription Rooms. (R)
27/30 Phil Serrell and David Harper hope to pop open some profits in France's Champagne region. (R)
55/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
12/30 The celebrity contestants are paired up and challenged to cook and serve the public.
2/4 Dan Snow tells the story of the ill-fated cargo ship that was sunk off Malin Head in 1944.
3/14 The remaining bakers must use some unusual flavour combinations in their tartes tatin.
5/6 A look at the maternity ward of Wirral Women and Children's Hospital, near Liverpool.
3/6 Rob Brydon talks to Queen of Comedy, Sarah Millican, and artist Grayson Perry.
What does Apple and Samsung's court battle mean for the future of the touchscreen mobile?
1/6 James May reveals a world of facts about Albert Einstein and his groundbreaking theories. (R)
Documentary celebrating Ford Madox Ford's classic novel cycle. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Wednesday 29 August 2012