Featuring penguin facts, plus classic episodes Pingu the Chef and Pingu at the Funfair. (R)
When Mr Guinea Pig loses his trumpet, Pinky helps him find it by re-tracing his steps. (R)
6/26 Timmy is a pirate captain and leads a treasure hunt to find the X that marks the spot. (R)
9/52 Brewster returns from the safari park unaware he has a naughty monkey stowaway on board. (R)
2/52 Rastamouse teaches some tasty dance moves to solve a problem at the orphanage. (R)
18/35 There is drama in the gorilla house as a silverback has to be sedated for a health check. (R)
22/26 Voltar finally gets to live the life of a superstar thanks to a case of mistaken identity. (R)
37/52 Leon is allergic to dandelions, but unfortunately they are the staple diet of springboks. (R)
It is Nine's unlucky day and his attempts to avoid bad luck make matters even worse. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
5/20 Chris and Ben play mum to a kitten and Natasha and Veronica return a swan to the wild. (R)
Sitheag, Criostag and Leoraidh familiarise themselves with coins and paper money. (R)
7/26 An unusual rescue mission. All sorts of creatures find themselves stranded on a cliff. (R)
22/52 The Line draws mountains for Dipdap to climb, but they are not quite what they seem. (R)
7/26 How Warthog stopped being the prettiest beast in Tinga Tinga. (R)
24/39 Charley and Rivet have a race, but Charley's showing off may cost him his victory. (R)
2/26 Raa Raa and Ooo Ooo realise that they are very funny when they are together. (R)
3/20 Scratch's plans to build Spud his dream bedroom without Bob's help go badly wrong. (R)
9/13 Josie is in charge of the shop while Sammy takes a well-deserved holiday. (R)
26/26 Granite leaves Gravel all alone on the beach, with no one to count coconuts with him. (R)
5/26 The teams race through a baking-themed themed track in this episode. (R)
28/52 Sweetie feels left out when everyone plays the Sweetie Circle Game. (R)
28/50 Nok Tok wants to make a perfect picnic for all the Piplings. Then a large cloud arrives. (R)
59/100 The Pontipines ride on the Ninky Nonk, but Mr and Mrs Pontipine can't find the children. (R)
Coverage of Prime Minister's Questions, the government's cut in fuel duty and Lords reform
Sue Barker brings you further coverage of the 126th Championships at Wimbledon.
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
8/26 Jo and Michelle make a creepy work of metal art. (R)
19/39 Stevie-Lou asks the Prank Patrol team to help her prank her little cousin Georgia. (R)
3/13 The Carlsons are all set to go on holiday to Mexico - until Norman eats their passports. (R)
10/13 Featuring an unbelievable historical musical instrument made for King Louis XI of France. (R)
44/52 The teams take it in turns to copy pictures, actions and displays of musical genius. (R)
26/40 When Bitzer cannot work, the farmer chooses the pigs to take over his role. (R)
Sue Barker presents live coverage of the evening's matches on day three of Wimbledon.
John Inverdale and guests look at the best of the action from day three at Wimbledon.
4/6 Looking at Portland Road in London's Notting Hill, and its wide diversity of residents.
2/32 Miranda Sawyer travels to the Eden Project in Cornwall to talk Matilda with Tim Minchin.
What to do about children's access to internet porn?
Coverage of the day's national and international news stories, with Gordon Brewer.
3/3 Exploring how immigration has brought new people to New Spitalfields market. (R)
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. (R)
Famous sports stars share their passion for learning another language. (R)
1/4 Ousman Manneh learns about the lives of young African footballers. (R)
Thursday 28 June 2012