Penguin fun. Featuring episodes Pingu and the School Pet, and Pingu Gets Carried Away. (R)
35/52 Bertie discovers a new game that he loves. (R)
19/26 The class are taken to a neighbouring field, where a splendid tent has been put up. (R)
8/52 What a day for hayman to lose his voice! The crows are all over the corn. (R)
15/52 Zoomer, Rubba and Dub are devastated when their brand new trainers fall apart. (R)
27/35 Elephants never forget - but can Johny name all 14 elephants on the wildlife park? (R)
6/52 LOSE makes a delivery guy run their gauntlet in the hope of scoring free pizza. (R)
46/52 The hyena has discovered a magic spring that gives incredible strength. (R)
Lottie is proud of her new prickly pencil case, but Pipsquawk is jealous. (R)
The little birds clinging to the owl have come for the roller coaster ride. (R)
17/20 Amelia and Crista are on red fox alert and Heba and Michelle turn vet assistant. (R)
Gaelic language fun. The Little People go to a festival in South Uist. (R)
28/50 Bruno plays catch with the green crocodiles. (R)
9/26 Very spooky goings on are reported. Is Lucas brave enough to solve the mystery? (R)
10/26 Tickbird challenges Hippo to see who can drink the most water in a single gulp. (R)
8/13 Charley has an interesting time looking after a baby bird. (R)
11/26 Every time Raa Raa visits a friend, there is a loud roar - and it isn't him! (R)
20/20 Scrambler is scared of the new machine wash, but soon needs to face his fears. (R)
3/26 Ned doesn't want to share the beautiful balloon he's found tied to his caravan. (R)
Ted has trouble figuring out how to use Ripple's new magnetiser. (R)
29/52 The Line draws boats for Dipdap to play in, but all is not as it seems. (R)
10/26 The teams take on a world of paper planes, origami forests and glitter falls. (R)
37/52 Precious sets out to solve the mystery of Loopy's lost glasses. (R)
37/50 The Piplings all play Narabug Chase, but then the narabugs disappear up into the trees. (R)
68/100 Everybody is running about in the garden so much that Makka Pakka can't wash faces. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn is joined by Lord Lamont and former Liberal Democrat leader Charles Kennedy.
4/15 Jonathan's journey takes him to New College in Oxford. (R)
69/90 Ed Hall and Jonny Benarr research properties for young couple relocating to Hertfordshire. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
2/15 A former busker's pencil drawing and a sculptor's porcelain and stoneware piece go on show
2/30 Si and Dave explore Anglesey and cook an ancient local favourite in Beaumaris. (R)
8/60 Paul Martin leads the Flog It! team to Oldham with experts Anita Manning and Kate Bliss. (R)
2/30 Charles Hanson and Jonathan Pratt race around Northern Ireland buying antiques. (R)
155/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
4/8 Nick Hewer helps the owner of a smallholding near Enniskillen develop a microbrewery.
2/4 A look at the gymnasts who push their sport to greater and greater levels of difficulty.
2/4 Kate Humble and Iain Stewart present from the site of the 1969 Mauna Ulu eruption.
3/5 Arnott is convinced Gates played a part in Jackie's disappearance.
5/7 Someone has been caught converting official Olympic starting pistols to fire live rounds.
Can the coalition survive as Tories block Lords reform, plus the black power Olympian.
Coverage of the day's national and international news stories, with Isabel Fraser.
2/3 The team enlist the help of a tribe to find and film the extraordinary birds of paradise. (R)
5/6 Reverdy Road in Bermondsey has endured as an enclave of working-class respectability. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
1/3 Children investigate how a sheep's fleece is turned into woolly scarves. (R)
2/3 The children investigate steel and find out how electricity is generated. (R)
3/3 The children investigate how TV, bricks and crayons are all made. (R)
1/10 Geography programme for primary schools following the adventures of William Whiskerson. (R)
Wednesday 11 July 2012