24/26 Harry's going to the moon! But only if he can make his spaceship go faster. (R)
Jim, Ted and Rover investigate a strange glow in Dark Cave. (R)
4/28 Timmy tries to protect his football-shaped cookie from being trodden on, eaten or broken. (R)
11/26 Wilson is given the job of taking photos to be used on a poster promoting Chuggington. (R)
27/52 Dipdap has a tricky time trying to get comfy in chairs drawn by the Line. (R)
Pinky and her friends put on a very special concert for the whole world. (R)
32/35 The camels are moulting their winter hair, so it's fur coats all round for the monkeys. (R)
31/52 Voltar gets angry that his fortune cookies always have the same message - 'banana'. (R)
32/52 The boys discover why the girls are allowed to stay up later than them at a sleepover. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
1/13 Postie loses her job and is replaced by a robot, who causes havoc in the block. (R)
2/40 The flock hijacks a road line-painting machine and makes giant works of art in the field. (R)
2/25 Ross, Toni and Olivia are on a mission to find out how pens work. (R)
12/26 The Numtums play hide-and-seek - which of the two kites is Numtum Two hiding behind? (R)
7/13 Charley has a pair of wonder wellies capable of making him do anything. (R)
33/52 Featuring keep-fit frog Callista Croak and nut expert Karl the chinchilla. (R)
13/26 Vulture decides to fly up to the sun, but her crown of beautiful feathers gets burnt. (R)
7/51 When Tallulah loses her favourite toy, Bippity and Loopy try to make her a new one. (R)
33/52 Brewster invents a fun tour for visitors, to get his Show and Tell badge. (R)
11/26 The Small Potatoes sing a guitar-driven rock and roll anthem celebrating their feelings. (R)
11/13 Sammy loses one of his bees and Mitzi is puzzled, as she thinks all bees are the same. (R)
2/26 Raymond dresses as a magician and tries to perfect a disappearing trick. (R)
2/26 Baby Jake and the Hamsternauts go on a space adventure and play peek-a-boo. (R)
17/20 The ZingZillas show ZingBoppers how to dance to the song Drift Away. (R)
When they find a book of spells, Louie and Yoko need a witch to help them make a potion. (R)
9/26 The animals help Victor the crocodile to brush his teeth. (R)
48/50 Nok Tok loses one of Yojojo's shakers, so he sets off in his naracar to find it. (R)
83/100 The Pontipines are out for a walk in the garden and hear lots of noise. (R)
A fugitive murderer takes refuge in a barn, causing three children to believe he's Jesus.
8/15 Two tarantulas go on a lethal first date and Ben Fogle gets a unique view of the otters. (R)
61/90 Jonny Benarr and Simon O'Brien face one of their toughest challenges yet in Ironbridge. (R)
12/20 The team is forced to ask the RAF to switch off the UK's missile shield. (R)
46/60 Paul Martin and experts Will Axon and Adam Partridge are in Darlington. (R)
22/30 General knowledge quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. (R)
12/30 Charlie Ross takes on Katherine Higgins at the Antiques and Collectibles Fair in Ardingly.
157/160 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
2/10 Journalists Kirsty Wark and Alastair Stewart travel across Scotland starting in Edinburgh. (R)
2/45 Scottish chefs Alan Murchison, Colin Buchan and Mark Greenaway cook their fish course.
5/8 In Vienna, Si and Dave unravel the mystery of the two competing sachertorte recipes.
13/15 Horizon follows three people as they undergo remarkable new cancer treatments.
6/12 Guests are Paloma Faith, Jason Donovan, Tim Key and DJ Target. Tim Minchin presents. (R)
Can we ever stop the rich avoiding tax?
A party election broadcast by the Welsh Labour Party. (R)
Rageh Omaar examines figurative Islamic art and the controversy surrounding it. (R)
13/16 Allison begins to see a pattern in a series of ostensibly accidental deaths. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Highlights of Huddersfield Giants v Hull FC and Warrington Wolves v Catalan Dragons. (R)
Wednesday 11 April 2012