41/52 Everybody tries to squeeze under Wibbly's umbrella - even an elephant! (R)
45/52 The Line draws some sporty challenges and Dipdap tries to compete. (R)
Daffinee asks Pinky to look after her precious pet poodle. (R)
7/26 How Warthog stopped being the prettiest beast in Tinga Tinga. (R)
13/52 The Octonaughts search the ocean from top to bottom to help find a sea star's home. (R)
14/26 Adventurer Steve Backshall and the Deadly 60 team head north to Alaska. (R)
14/52 A monkey discovers that you can direct and control a giraffe like a construction crane. (R)
8/15 A girl stands up to Binky, and Prunella's cootie catcher has the answer to everything. (R)
9/13 Little and Big Howard get jobs as security guards in an art gallery. (R)
23/26 Nina pranks her friend Summer by pretending fortune cookies can really predict the future. (R)
52/52 Dennis helps to invent a new line of jokes, calling them the Menace Collection. (R)
3/10 The Friendlee Traders and Sapphire compete in a fruit-selling challenge. (R)
3/13 The Loopy Leopards from Newcastle-under-Lyme and the Brainiacs from London do battle. (R)
3/13 Will Caleb's recruits succeed battling through Flame Thrower, Shade Grid and Battlezone? (R)
47/52 It is Henchman Appreciation Day, and that means Red Menace is in charge. (R)
16/26 Wolverine and Forge are captured whilst attempting to sneak into the Trask lab. (R)
6/13 An open door on Choccy Castle leads to a full-on jelly bean invasion. (R)
2/13 Experiments involving two plumbing plungers, opera singers and a septic tank. (R)
More goals, gossip, stats and skills from the nation's favourite sport. (R)
2/15 The keepers get to grips with three very excitable young warthogs. (R)
Colourful musical about two sailors who find love while on shore leave in Hollywood.
Spoof documentary looking at the life of Fletcher, star of 1970s sitcom Porridge. (R)
4/6 Fletch meets a man who's been in prison for 17 years for a crime he says he didn't commit. (R)
Coverage from the Halliwell Jones Stadium as Warrington take on Wigan.
27/70 Experts Nigel Smith and Thomas Plant value antiques brought in by the people of Stockport. (R)
6/7 The van transporting the platoon breaks down outside what looks like a deserted house. (R)
2/4 Waldemar Januszczak ventures outdoors to the Impressionists' most famous locations.
From the Royal Albert Hall, Katie Derham introduces Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring.
16/18 Stephen Fry grapples with geometry in this extended show. (R)
1/7 Rob Brydon meets Little Britain star Matt Lucas and shows off his voice with The Script. (R)
A woman writes letters to her son and pretends they are from his violent, absent father.
Downbeat comedy following two Dublin heroin addicts over the course of a single day.
Sunday 24 July 2011