Including sketches and two classic episodes: Pingu and the Balloon, and Pingu Digs a Hole. (R)
Pinky takes part in her class talent show and must find out what she's really good at. (R)
5/26 Timmy gets Otus to show him how to fly, but it is not as easy as it looks. (R)
11/52 The Chuggers come across a ghost town. (R)
1/52 The Easy Crew devise a clever plan to discover who has stolen all the cheese in Mouseland. (R)
17/35 Everyone knows cats like catnip, but what will the tigers make of it? (R)
21/26 Voltar is sickened by Friendship Day and embarks on a crusade to ruin it for everyone. (R)
36/52 The gorilla takes it upon himself to train the useless hunter Leon to catch springboks. (R)
When the boys see Lottie flying on a vacuum cleaner, they decide she must be a witch. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
4/20 Mya and Sophie head out on the ocean waves on a shark-saving adventure. (R)
Children from North Uist show off different kinds of dancing. (R)
6/26 The head of the lifeboat fleet comes to put Lucas through some rescue tests. (R)
21/52 The Line draws a plant for Dipdap to take care of. (R)
9/26 When Monkey becomes stranded up a mango tree, he asks Crocodile for help. (R)
23/52 From playhouses to sandcastles, Charley's constructions keep falling down. (R)
1/26 Crocky and his friends try lots of different ways to help his wobbly tooth fall out. (R)
2/20 After finding Bob and Wendy's lost property, Roley decides to find other lost things. (R)
8/13 Archie learns the importance of listening to others. (R)
10/30 When Timmy comes to play he shows Tig how to draw monsters. (R)
27/52 Sweetie has been practising a lovely lullaby on her musical pipe. (R)
27/50 Lau Lau decides to paint a picture of her Narabug, but it won't stay still. (R)
58/100 Everything in the garden is so noisy that Igglepiggle moves away to find a quiet place. (R)
Jo Coburn is joined by US schools campaigner Michelle Rhee, and Tim Farron and Simon Hart.
Sue Barker introduces live coverage as play gets underway on day two at Wimbledon.
7/26 Jo and Nicola use loads of tyres to create a massive scorpion sculpture. (R)
18/39 Tristan pranks his friend Kara with work experience at a crazy fake courier company. (R)
2/13 The monsters become obsessed with all things shiny - especially money. (R)
12/13 Zak chooses three young dog trainers to learn a totally cool stunt - walking on two legs. (R)
43/52 The teams take it in turns to copy pictures, actions and displays of musical genius. (R)
27/40 While trying to retrieve his ball, Bitzer falls into a muddy pond. (R)
Live action from day two at Wimbledon as a host of first-round matches are completed.
John Inverdale and guests look at the best of the action from day two at Wimbledon.
1/5 Steve Arnott realises the target in his anti-corruption case is the city's top detective.
Dundonians and local experts guide Ricky Ross through the archives and streets of Dundee.
With Jeremy Paxman.
Coverage of the day's national and international news stories, with Gordon Brewer.
3/6 Looking at Caledonian Road, which has always been resolutely working class. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Top tips and design know-how from the designers from I Want My Own Room. (R)
1/2 Looking at Henri Rousseau, LS Lowry, Andy Warhol, Paula Rego and Joseph Wright of Derby. (R)
2/2 Featuring Wassily Kandinsky, Jan van Eyck, Eileen Agar and Yinka Shonibare. (R)
2/2 Children use technological tools to uncover unsung historical heroes on their doorsteps. (R)
Wednesday 27 June 2012