47/52 Wibbly makes his own magic bus, with four chairs to sit on and four cushions for wheels. (R)
51/52 The Line draws a pig and Dipdap accidentally makes it sneeze. (R)
Pinky is called to help with a huge traffic jam in Great Big City. (R)
19/26 There was a time when Hare didn't hop, until clever Tortoise challenged him to a race. (R)
19/52 The Octonauts encounter a small creature that uses its claws to make a big noise. (R)
15/35 Rani is set to work cleaning gunge and slime out of the tigers' pond. (R)
When Maria meets Sarah Jane Smith, she's thrown into a world of intrigue and danger. (R)
7/26 Gaelic children's programme. Anna has a new friend and Lola is not happy. (R)
Gaelic children's programme. (R)
The Little People sing a song about the postman. (R)
Ailean the elephant plays the Umpa Jumpa game, but becomes stubborn and will not give up. (R)
4/26 Lucas faces a busy day as all sorts of creatures decide to explore the cliffs. (R)
5/13 George spills tea inside his satchel and makes the addresses on his letters unreadable. (R)
4/52 Loopy causes trouble when he makes sure that all cakes are green and dinosaur-shaped. (R)
41/52 The trainees learn how to use the paint wagon but Wilson has trouble concentrating. (R)
13/26 Mr Bloom puts on a shadow puppet performance to help Margaret get rid of her fears. (R)
15/25 Packed Lunch Pete tries his best to eat his lunch on a golf course. (R)
23/26 Panzee has lost her zing! Can she get it back in time for the fun and funky Big Zing? (R)
28/50 Everyone plays a game with a beautiful bowl that Lau Lau has found inside the cave. (R)
81/100 Makka Pakka trips over a stone and his sponge flies off into Upsy Daisy's megaphone. (R)
The story of lifelong unrequited love, in which a woman falls for a concert pianist.
Fran Halsall competes in the women's 100m freestyle.
Live coverage of the second round of the prestigious Women's British Open.
Denise Nurse is helping a retired couple uncover their rural dream in Yorkshire. (R)
92/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
5/10 Sir Matthew Pinsent, Roger Black, Sharron Davies, Mark Foster and Ade Adepitan compete. (R)
2/3 A look at the eastern coast of the island and its unique wildlife. (R)
16/28 Monty Don propagates salvias and Joe Swift finds seasonal inspiration at Newby Hall.
The story of the Great War told from a unique new aerial perspective. (R)
2/7 Rob Brydon meets comedian Bill Bailey and duets with Beverley Knight.
Political editor Michael Crick assesses the state of the British tabloid press.
Film exploring the impact of teenage killings on families and communities across Britain.
Drama about a young black man living Brixton in 1980 who fronts a dub sound system.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Saturday 30 July 2011