44/52 When Wibbly plants a magic bean, a beanstalk grows all the way up to the clouds. (R)
Jim and the gang investigate a strange squawking sound on Moonaluna. (R)
6/28 Mittens is playing mummies and wants Timmy to be the baby in her makeshift pram. (R)
33/52 Zephie takes the vet, Dr Gosling, to give the animals at the safari park their checkups. (R)
3/52 The Line draws a sky full of stars, but Dipdap accidentally knocks one down. (R)
Pinky takes part in her class talent show and must find out what she's really good at. (R)
There is a dangerous situation for the keepers as the huge kudu needs to be sedated. (R)
52/52 As Humungo plans to take over the universe, all Voltar cares about is his stolen helmet. (R)
2/52 Leon and a hyena fight over an abandoned roast on a campsite. (R)
Nine creates a superhero persona for himself, Bat Cat, but Lottie recognises him. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
3/13 Ed and Oucho need to invent a stall for Chloe before zombie-like monsters eat Oucho. (R)
The Little People sing about aeroplanes. (R)
17/20 Can the children remember all the animals they've seen at the farm? (R)
7/50 Bruno bounces three colourful balls and then bounces along with them. (R)
3/26 The wildebeest eat so much grass that the other animals decide to do something about it. (R)
3/13 Charley becomes a pirate and sets to work tracking down treasure. (R)
28/51 Sweetie and Bippity decide to swap jobs, but it isn't as easy as it looks. (R)
3/20 Scratch's plans to build Spud his dream bedroom without Bob's help go badly wrong. (R)
19/26 George knows about lots of countries, but where has he learnt about them? (R)
23/26 In the allotment, Mr Bloom and the Tiddlers taste a vegetable they have never had before. (R)
23/26 Baby Jake and Pengy Quin go on a snowy adventure following footprints. (R)
5/26 Petula the parrot is not pleased when she discovers that someone has eaten her party food. (R)
11/50 Lau Lau, De Li and Nok Tok gather presents for the Cheebies. (R)
6/26 The enduring appeal of Scotland's bothies and the scientists collecting wind from cows! (R)
A medical student faces five hectic but hilarious years at St Swithin's Hospital.
6/38 Meeting an assistant herdsman to find out what life is like for a deaf dairy farmer.
7/20 A kung fu fan's Greek taverna battles with fine dining on a budget. With Nadia Sawalha. (R)
1/12 Scotland's well-known walker Cameron McNeish heads out into the hills.
2/12 Scotland's well-known walker Cameron McNeish heads out into the hills.
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
29/30 The Bikers explore how our love affair with cheese has evolved over centuries. (R)
Rochdale and Doncaster go head-to-head to find the best antiques to sell at auction. (R)
27/30 James Lewis and David Harper visit an auction in Market Harborough.
18/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
Antiques experts Philip Serrell and Charles Hanson get swept up in the magic of Bath. (R)
23/45 After the dramatic events of the fish course, how will the chefs react?
2/3 Dr Lucy Worsley examines a life-size train set, while Mark Hill looks at Wedgwood pottery.
Is this the moment the Eurozone becomes more united, or will it be pulled apart?
8/12 Dara O Briain and guests including Alvin Hall speak to the latest candidate fired.
Analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Jeremy Paxman.
Coverage of the day's national and international news stories, with Isabel Fraser.
2/4 Historian Dominic Sandbrook explores the effects of the oil price hike of the 70s. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Daniel Sloss and Edith Bowman tell the story of The Cone Gatherers and Sunset Song.
Humourous Bitesize maths animations explaining how to do maths.
A humorous animation looking at the development of mathematical knowledge through time.
Thursday 10 May 2012