31/52 Wibbly's friends all try to help put up his new playhouse, but the result is a big mess. (R)
Skye needs a photograph of a Bouncing Buzzpip, but the gang need to find one first. (R)
25/28 Timmy the knight's spirit is put to the test when he hears what sounds like a real dragon. (R)
22/52 Koko challenges Wilson to see if they can stay awake all night. (R)
39/52 Dipdap tries to plug leaks drawn by the Line, but the Line makes it difficult for him. (R)
Pinky helps her stuffed penguin find play clothes he will be comfortable in. (R)
The keepers are hoping that two tortoises will mate, but they seems to be a bit snappy. (R)
43/52 After a mix-up, LOSE end up with the robotic battle body of Skullossus, a brain in a jar. (R)
44/52 Isabelle decides to run in the local elections against Mr Torn, Max's father. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
13/13 Mr Prank announces that he is going to retire from caretaking and travel the world. (R)
14/40 Shaun protects a cute mouse that the farmer has ordered Pidsley the cat to dispose of. (R)
Gaelic language fun, songs, stories and adventures in a magical land. (R)
14/50 Bruno shares his favourite snack with the pink cow. (R)
15/20 At school, the children have fun playing with toy cars and lorries of every colour. (R)
45/26 Featuring B1N, a robot made from a pedal bin. (R)
10/26 Tickbird challenges Hippo to see who can drink the most water in a single gulp. (R)
19/51 Sweetie and Precious tell a story about a brave pirate dinosaur called Loopy. (R)
45/52 Brewster learns to share the workload with his team mates. (R)
23/26 Ruby sings a diva-style ballad about the thing she loves more than anything else - school. (R)
11/13 The Koalas deliver letters lost by George the postman. (R)
14/26 The Veggies do a poor job of tidying away all their foam bricks. (R)
14/26 Baby Jake and Nibbles the rabbit go on an orchard adventure and enjoy bouncing. (R)
9/20 It's carnival time in the jungle so the ZingZillas shake their bodies. (R)
21/26 Alfie and Charlie find a lost baby bison, so they follow clues to help her get home safely (R)
2/50 The cheebies help De Li look for a game she and her narabug can play together. (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.
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
Ros Altmann, a pensions expert and director general of the Saga group, guests.
2008 runner-up Ali Carter plays his first round match to a conclusion.
24/30 Catherine Southon takes on Jonty Hearnden at Gildings Auction in Leicestershire.
9/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
Experts David Harper and James Lewis drive from Belfast to Kendal, searching for antiques. (R)
5/26 Lesley starts off edible flowers and salads in the potager borders and barrel greenhouse.
2/4 Antonio and Gennaro visit the port of Portofino and journey to Italy's mountains.
21/15 Louis travels to Phoenix, Arizona - the capital of dementia care.
2/6 Simon tries to get a flat from Liz's husband, but first he must negotiate his personality.
Rupert Murdoch at the Leverson Inquiry. Plus, Paul Mason on state capitalism in America.
Coverage of the day's national and international news stories, with Gordon Brewer.
Party Election Broadcast by the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party. (R)
Highlights from Sheffield, where the line-up for the last 16 is now complete.
Highlights from the first of the second round matches in Sheffield.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
3/3 Romario and Hayden visit the Arsenal training centre to take on a prediction challenge.
2/2 Stefan Gates heads into the woods of Sussex to explore sustainable energy. (R)
A mysterious code underpins the world. What does it mean and what can we learn from it? (R)
Friday 27 April 2012