32/52 While he is waiting for Aunt Larlie, Wibbly falls into a puddle together with his kite. (R)
After Yik Yak shows everyone his special handshake, they start dancing uncontrollably. (R)
26/28 Timmy tries to find something perfect to go in his scrapbook. (R)
21/52 A storm leaves the safari park in chaos and some of the animals escape. (R)
40/52 Dipdap tries to create sculptures from shapes drawn by the Line. (R)
Pinky must find out why it's snowing in the middle of summer. (R)
The Roar Ranger meets some creepy creatures, and its time for the elephants' bath. (R)
44/52 LOSE embark on a campaign of dastardly deeds to re-tarnish their cleaned-up reputation. (R)
45/52 Eliot must defend a castle from an advancing horde of barbarian invaders. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
1/13 Crazy Keith tries out a new invention which gives Nev and Keith superhero powers. (R)
15/40 The farmer struggles to cook a romantic dinner. Can Shaun and the flock save the day? (R)
Children's Gaelic programme. (R)
The little people sing a song about fish. (R)
11/25 Scriobag draws a little bird called Cailean, who just loves taking pictures. (R)
11/50 Bruno learns to skip with green crocodiles. Let's count how many times he jumps! (R)
46/52 Featuring the very shy Ken Koala and opinionated orangutan Orange Bernard. (R)
17/26 Grumpy Crocodile falls asleep in the sun and the wildebeest stampede over him. (R)
20/51 Driver Dan promises Hip and Hop a ride to their favourite place. (R)
46/52 Toot discovers that having good manners is about what you do, not what you say. (R)
24/26 Ruby and her friends head off to the barbershop to get their hair styled. (R)
12/13 Lolly has made a new spinach ice-cream for the townsfolk, but Ned doesn't like it. (R)
15/26 The Tiddlers learn how to make nettle tea as a treat to say thank you to the plants. (R)
15/26 Baby Jake and Sydney the monkey go on a tropical adventure and play copying. (R)
10/20 The ZingZillas twinkle and twist like stars and planets in the Like a Firefly ZingBop. (R)
22/26 The volcano is threatening to erupt, but the animals are reluctant to leave their homes. (R)
3/50 The cheebies help Nok Tok in his search for a songbird. (R)
96/100 Makka Pakka lets out such a big sneeze that it makes the Pinky Ponk bump into a tree. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
The latest on calls for an inquiry into the behaviour of culture secretary Jeremy Hunt.
Second round action continues in Sheffield. Matches are the best-of-25 frames.
25/30 Catherine Southon and Jonty Hearnden face the Showdown Auction.
10/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
14/45 North East chefs prepare desserts, including Earl Grey and strawberry soufflé.
5/26 The challenge of meeting renewable energy targets and the science in sports nutrition.
15/45 North East chefs cook their menus for judges Prue Leith, Matthew Fort and Oliver Peyton.
30/31 John Humphrys puts the questions to five more contenders in the last semi-final.
8/31 Rachel de Thame joins Monty at Longmeadow to give a helping hand.
Candid portrait of the actor, famous for his role as Sergeant Wilson in Dad's Army.
19/19 With Sue Perkins, Bill Bailey, David Mitchell and Alan Davies.
With Gavin Esler.
A party election broadcast by the Scottish Liberal Democrats. (R)
2/6 Guests include Jack White, Norah Jones, Alabama Shakes, The Chieftains and Grimes.
Highlights from the second round matches.
Second round highlights are introduced from Sheffield.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Saturday 28 April 2012