Including sketches and two classic episodes: Pingu and the Balloon, and Pingu Digs a Hole. (R)
2/26 Lola simply has to win all of the time - can Charlie beat her in a race around the park? (R)
6/26 Timmy kicks a football through the nursery window and has to sit on the naughty stump. (R)
3/26 Hoot and Toot find Brewster's teaching methods too boring and make their escape. (R)
Pinky's substitute teacher turns out to be a space alien. (R)
In the final show of the series, Rani and Johny look back at their favourite moments. (R)
4/26 It's the city's annual super-villain award show and Voltar hasn't been nominated. (R)
19/52 Leon tries to get rid of a toad who talks non-stop and sticks to him like superglue. (R)
When Castle Frankenstein disappears, Nine makes a new life for himself in the village. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
6/13 Ed and Oucho try to build the Mermaider, a mermaid tail for humans. (R)
Children's Gaelic programme. (R)
Children's programme in Gaelic. (R)
16/25 Sgrìobag draws an elephant called Anna, who makes the loudest trumpet sound in the jungle. (R)
16/50 What games can Bruno play with his pink feather? (R)
20/26 When things start going wrong for the birds, Eagle saves the day. (R)
13/39 Charley becomes a sheriff in a Wild West town, but his horse won't listen to his orders. (R)
10/26 After pretending to need help, Raa Raa finds himself in trouble for real. (R)
8/10 Bob is putting up some new signs in Sunflower Valley to help people find their way around. (R)
4/26 There's no post for George to deliver but he doesn't know how to spend his free time. (R)
10/26 Todd has hurt his foot and can't dance in the Big Zing. (R)
15/26 Twinkle and Zee do their best to cure Crunch of his sneeze-inducing nose tickles. (R)
55/56 Louie and Yoko want to sow some seeds but it's very hard to dig the earth. (R)
10/52 Sweetie tries to find out what she can do that she is the best at. (R)
10/50 Yojojo chases after a beautiful big bubble and tries to stop it from bursting. (R)
44/100 The smallest Pontipines and biggest Haahoos get clean when Makka Pakka washes their faces. (R)
Classic suspense drama of a fugitive's dark odyssey through the streets of Belfast.
Clare Balding hosts coverage of racing from Epsom, including the Oaks.
5/60 Family treasures are valued in Northampton and there's also a look at the corset industry. (R)
15/30 Mark Franks and David Harper battle for profits at a Worcestershire collectors' fair. (R)
35/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
7/13 Captain Mainwaring sets up an observation post in the lighthouse. (R)
10/26 Dougie Vipond takes part in a cricket match on a beach.
Jennie Bond reports on the Queen's recent tour of of south-west England.
40/45 The two remaining chefs from the South West region cook their entire menus for the judges.
10/26 The team attend Gardening Scotland, the largest gardening show north of the border.
2/8 How English, Scots and Welsh nations emerged due to the impact of the Vikings.
4/9 As the ratings for Pucks! plummet, the network look to Beverly and Sean for a solution.
With Gavin Esler.
Kirsty Wark and guests give their verdict on Ridley Scott's latest film, Prometheus.
Biopic of the bold and controversial life of artist Frida Kahlo.
5/10 Marital loyalties are tested as Jesse's wife questions his sanity. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Saturday 2 June 2012