35/52 Jess shows Mimi his lovely nature collection and she wonders what he'll do with it. (R)
23/56 Louie is looking for a beautiful present to give to his mummy on her birthday. (R)
48/52 When Wibbly meets a lost penguin he decides to help her get to the penguin party. (R)
22/26 In the story of Beverley the Beaver, Beverley takes all the trees to make a log palace. (R)
21/26 The newly reopened Border Bridge seems to have become unsafe again. (R)
34/52 Someone's sending out an SOS as the crucial jams of For Real FM fall silent. (R)
Barney and Gemma meet some of the animal families of Latin America. (R)
35/52 LOSE take a child under their wing and teach him the ways of evil. (R)
26/52 A super-speedy cheetah and Leon fight over a turtle. (R)
Lottie's Oddsburg goat-herding competition entry is Robogoat 3000, i.e. Nine in a box. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
1/14 The gang travel to a mountain resort to watch a snowboarding competition. (R)
1/26 Contestants include Melanie Wiggles, a rabbit studying carrots. (R)
6/25 Nina looks at where sand comes from and why it doesn't dissolve like sugar or salt. (R)
16/26 Baby Jake and the Hamsternauts go on a space adventure and enjoy jumping. (R)
22/26 Cricket discovers that he has rhythm. (R)
6/52 Uki notices a caterpillar on a branch and runs off to get his friends. (R)
24/26 Raa Raa needs to transport lots of bananas to Ooo Ooo's in time for his party. (R)
1/26 Mrs Smart is unexpectedly enlisted as the Large children's babysitter. (R)
5/13 Aunty Mavis gives Ned gets a remote-controlled plane, but he crashes it. (R)
Mushrooms are something dirtgirl knows a lot about, but she didn't know they could fly. (R)
15/50 The Octonauts share a few fun facts about the hermit crab. (R)
16/26 This raceworld gets up the teams' noses as Ninki, Twist and Kit pong along. (R)
11/51 Bippity's new invention gives Driver Dan a great idea for a counting sheep competition. (R)
14/50 Nok Tok is too busy working on his Anything Machine to laugh with the others. (R)
95/100 The ball bounces into the Pinky Ponk and sends everyone sliding from one end to the other. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by Fraser Nelson, Polly Toynbee and a panel of MPs.
1/10 With crime novelist PD James and presenter Richard Bacon. (R)
33/90 Ed Hall and Jonny Benarr hunt for the perfect family property in glorious Matlock. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
1/20 Melanie Andrews has long dreamed of moving to Australia, but husband Rob is reluctant. (R)
1/30 The Bikers explore the incredible influence the monarchy has had over the food we eat. (R)
1/60 Paul Martin takes time out of the auction to look at the iconic B-17 Flying Fortress.
1/30 Eric Knowles and Charlie Ross compete to buy the best lots at an auction house. (R)
60/155 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
16/30 Zoe Salmon, Cheryl Baker, Danny Mills and Richard McCourt begin a week of challenges.
1/20 Richard Wilson and Annette Crosbie trawl the UK for antiques to take to auction.
6/37 The Magdalen College, Oxford team take on Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.
4/6 Lorraine indulges in her passion for baking and reveals some quick and simple ideas.
5/18 Horizon goes in search of the smallest thing in the Universe.
4/6 James May rapidly and easily explains all you need to know about speed.
Analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Jeremy Paxman.
3/3 A nurse from Preston travels to Ciudad Juarez, Mexico - the centre of a violent drug war. (R)
1/6 Richard Hammond travels to Fort Bliss in El Paso to drive an Abrams M1A2 tank. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Highlights and analysis from the penultimate round of matches in the Stobart Super League. (R)
A collection of short films about ambition and work aimed at 9- to 14-year-olds.
Youngsters interview elderly people who were children during World War II.
2/2 Children use technological tools to uncover unsung historical heroes on their doorsteps. (R)
Tuesday 4 September 2012