23/52 Wibbly Pig, Big Pig and Tiny Pig are going to make the best sandcastle ever! (R)
38/52 The Line draws headphones and Dipdap hears music and cannot stop dancing. (R)
When Mr Guinea Pig can't wait for his loose tooth to fall out, he visits the tooth fairy. (R)
16/26 The animals decide to teach greedy Lizard a lesson when he pinches their food. (R)
6/52 The Octonauts set out to find and photograph Inkling's long-lost cousin. (R)
8/26 Steve is on the trail of the saw-scaled viper, said to be the deadliest snake on earth. (R)
13/52 Leon inadvertently swallows a parrot, which hinders his attempt to hunt a springbok. (R)
4/15 DW learns the rules of the road, and everyone is fighting on Arthur's baseball team. (R)
8/13 Little Howard employs Crowbar Eddie to babysit Big Howard, with hilarious results. (R)
22/26 Thomas fools his friend Marcus with a workout on a Prank Patrol muscle building machine. (R)
43/53 Dennis gets a bad case of the hiccups after opening one of Mr Har Har's can-o-giggles. (R)
2/10 The two teams compete in a medieval-themed challenge. (R)
2/13 The Wembley Wonders and The Fantastic Five fight for their freedom. (R)
2/13 The missions the recruits face are Scavengers, Scattergrab and Shocker. (R)
42/52 Red has been collecting hair for years, hoping to amass enough to summon the hair fairy. (R)
15/26 Nightcrawler and Wanda are kidnapped and forced to fight to survive in an underwater dome. (R)
5/13 Strictly Come Grating's dance star performs ballet with Orange. It is not a pretty sight. (R)
1/13 The Lab Rats tackle pressure and rockets, making a rocket-powered shopping trolley. (R)
More goals, gossip, stats and skills from the nation's favourite sport. (R)
9/30 Charlie Ross and Mark Stacey's antiques hunt takes them to South-West Wales. (R)
10/30 Mark Stacey and Charlie Ross conclude their trip through the Midlands and Cardiff. (R)
9/25 Michael Portillo visits the Victorian slate capital of Blaenau Ffestiniog. (R)
A boy has a disease that causes him to age at four times the normal rate.
Moving drama in which an unemployed father fights a custody battle.
Hazel Irvine presents continued live third-round action from Royal St George's.
7/7 While Captain Mainwaring is in hospital, Sergeant Wilson lets the vicar join the platoon. (R)
1/4 Waldemar Januszczak delves into the back stories of Pissarro, Monet, Renoir and Bazille.
5/11 With guest host Jo Brand and guest panellists including Sally Bercow. (R)
3/3 Guy Chambers and The Noisettes attempt to write an anthemic pop song.
With the Rolling Stones, Tom Jones, Status Quo, Procol Harum, Stevie Wonder and the Kinks. (R)
8/8 Bobby is irrevocably changed following his brother's assassination. (R)
Comedy. A gigolo's pimp discovers that he too might have a talent for the profession.
Sunday 17 July 2011