46/52 A cloud takes Wibbly on a journey to find out what clouds really do. (R)
Eco wants to make popper berry pie, so Jim and the gang set out to pick some berries. (R)
13/28 Timmy lets Yabba's balloon go flying off into the sky, so he tries to find a replacement. (R)
16/26 An ice storm hits Chuggington and Eddie and Emery get stranded out in the cold. (R)
Pinky and her friends take part in a television quiz show. (R)
2/10 Viewers vote for animal sports stars, to earn a place in the Extreme Animals Grand Final. (R)
14/14 The ghost of a baseball hero is not too happy about seeing his home run record broken. (R)
Gary Lineker introduces highlights of the day's Premier League games. (R)
Andrew Marr talks to the Labour leader Ed Miliband.
James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite moments from Saturday Kitchen.
1/76 Paul takes time out of the auction in Cardigan to visit local artist Eloise Glovier. (R)
5/45 The two remaining chefs from Scotland cook their entire menus for the judges. (R)
17/23 Neil Oliver is introduced to the joys of Victorian-style sea bathing in Ilfracombe. (R)
Wildfowl enthusiasts insist their dream home must have at least five naturally fed ponds. (R)
If the Scarlets want to stay in the race for the play-offs, they need to win in Italy.
Coast explores the spectacular shoreline of Norway. (R)
Ross Harries presents Scrum V with full highlights of the Pro 12.
2/6 Darryl Grimason reveals some hidden gems with an exploration of Templebawn cave. (R)
5/8 In Vienna, Si and Dave unravel the mystery of the two competing sachertorte recipes. (R)
Jake Humphrey presents the best of the action from Shanghai.
4/4 A compilation of amazing challenges, spectacular stunts and a small amount of bickering.
This World tells the story of the 2011 massacre in Norway.
Highlights from Manchester United v Aston Villa.
Ross Harries presents Scrum V with full highlights of the Pro 12. (R)
6/6 Comedian Sarah Millican looks at crime and medical programmes. (R)
A sheriff's search for truth leads to a confrontation with his father's past.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Monday 16 April 2012