9/13 Noisy is very taken with a box that comes down Stretchy's chute. (R)
A mysterious creature is making the ground shake all over Moonaluna. (R)
1/26 Raa Raa tries to be absolutely quiet, which is not something he is very good at. (R)
38/52 Kwazii wants the treasure in a sunken ship, but it is protected by slime-squirting eels. (R)
12/52 The Line draws Dipdap a radio. It plays great music and Dipdap wants to dance. (R)
Mr Guinea Pig is invited to spend the night at his friend Harold the Hamster's house. (R)
11/35 Johny and the team try to film the Californian sealions underwater. (R)
6/26 The battle of questionably safe villain gadgets begins!
43/52 During an outing to a farm Eliot, Kaytoo and Mimi are intrigued by a little pig. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
3/26 Mr Prank buys a cow to give him the freshest milk for his ice cream. (R)
37/52 Leon is allergic to dandelions, but unfortunately they are the staple diet of springboks. (R)
17/40 The farmer throws a fancy dress party for his birthday, but Bitzer loses the invitations. (R)
11/26 It's race day - will V vroom vroom to victory? (R)
11/52 The new word is 'wheelbarrow'. Which of the Abadas will be chosen to search for it? (R)
21/30 Pre-school fun featuring a cast of animated creatures who act, dance and sing. (R)
28/52 Lulu and her friends try to help their teacher get her voice back. (R)
14/26 When Whale is so full of water that she can't move, Elephant has the answer. (R)
43/52 Driver Dan helps the Story Train friends to make a fantastic flying paper aeroplane. (R)
9/52 Jess finds out that spiders' webs are strong and bouncy, but why do they build them? (R)
1/20 Andy takes Kip on a wild adventure to see emperor penguins in Antarctica. (R)
23/26 Nisha and her friends find that the new theme is all about dancing. (R)
12/52 Brewster and Wilson earn their Helping Wheels badge by helping others on the tracks. (R)
25/26 The animals challenge noisy Herbert the warthog to stay silent for a whole day. (R)
After watching wildebeest migration, Bo believes the group must be lost on the way home. (R)
30/50 Lau Lau thinks that a squeak she hears is a mouse and tells the other Piplings. (R)
62/100 Upsy Daisy teaches Igglepiggle how to kick the ball, and he kicks it around the garden. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn presents the latest political news, interviews and debate.
1/10 With crime novelist PD James and presenter Richard Bacon. (R)
1/10 Devastating floods in the village of Boscastle leave one woman fearing for her son's life. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz.
11/20 A man severs his hand in an accident with a saw, but the team are determined to save it. (R)
55/76 Presenter Paul Martin is in Ashbourne. A picnic set brings surprising auction results. (R)
1/20 Nick Hancock hosts a quiz where contestants can stick together or breakaway on their own.
21/30 Anita Manning and James Lewis start their journey in Pateley Bridge, Yorkshire.
136/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
1/10 John descends under Tower Bridge to witness Victorian engineering at its most impressive.
A look at how Cardiff Bay and its communities have changed over the last two centuries.
1/8 Exploring the science of fuel - why petrol costs so much, how an oil rig works and more.
36/37 In the second semi-final, Pembroke College, Cambridge plays University College London.
3/4 Staying in is the new going out, and Lorraine has entertaining at home covered. (R)
4/6 Upgrading the tube is not easy, with both new trains and new signals causing problems.
4/6 The Teenage Girls try to catch the bus home but are distracted by two boys.
Has the plan for Afghanistan been knocked off course? Are we heading for a new drought?
Featuring an extraordinary Chinese talk show which interviews prisoners before they die.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Highlights of Leeds v Warrington at Headingley, and Bradford v Hull Kingston Rovers. (R)
The science behind the exciting Bloodhound project to build the fastest car in the world. (R)
Rodd Christensen shows viewers how to play with and recognise the numbers 1 to 10.
Tuesday 13 March 2012