47/52 Wibbly makes his own magic bus, with four chairs to sit on and four cushions for wheels. (R)
Jim and the gang have to replace a broken satellite dish. (R)
14/28 Timmy's friends want to include a new super-rabbit toy in their games. (R)
17/26 Koko uses her new stunt training skills when she saves Brewster from a runaway wagon. (R)
31/52 Dipdap keeps being disturbed by a noisy creature and can't settle down in his tent. (R)
Pinky and Nicholas visit an island full of delicious desserts. (R)
Johny finds out why you should never ignore an elephant at feeding time. (R)
35/52 LOSE take a child under their wing and teach him the ways of evil. (R)
37/52 Eliot's dad brings his sailboat into the backyard and Eliot is sure it is a pirate ship. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
5/13 Mr Prank has come last in the Historical Caretaking Re-enactment Society Games - again! (R)
6/40 When the farmer hurts his back playing golf, Shaun decides to learn how to play. (R)
6/25 Friends Tyrese, Timothy and Thomas cycle in to Nina's workshop to ask how bicycles work. (R)
16/26 Super Numtum and his Super Numtum friend find the Number Six in the nick of time. (R)
11/13 Charley swims underwater with the fish and listens to a clam orchestra. (R)
37/52 Featuring keep-fit frog Callista Croak and nut expert Karl the chinchilla. (R)
21/26 How monkeys made Rhino a horn from a piece of wood, and how he learned to charge. (R)
11/51 Bippity's new invention gives Driver Dan a great idea for a counting sheep competition. (R)
37/52 Hoot and Toot learn about setting priorities for their First Things First badge. (R)
15/26 The potatoes dress up for a party and try on silly costumes. (R)
4/13 Sammy suggests that Mitzi has an exhibition of her photos. (R)
6/26 Mr Bloom has some secret visitors to his allotment - hedgehogs. (R)
6/26 Baby Jake and Nibbles the rabbit go on an orchard adventure and enjoy saying hello. (R)
1/20 The ZingZillas dance up a storm in Thunder and Lightning. (R)
13/26 Joey's mum and dad are going out so Joey goes to Phoebe's for a sleepover. (R)
42/50 Yojojo grows a huge plumpkin. (R)
87/100 Igglepiggle and Upsy Daisy dance together before everybody dances at the gazebo. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Former paralympian and crossbench peer Tanni Grey-Thompson is in the studio.
1/10 Chris Packham starts his countdown of the UK's top 40 wildlife spectacles. (R)
1/20 It is French chic versus English eccentricity as Mathilde Delville and Paul Hayes compete. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
14/20 Firefighters cut apart a supercar, and a family visit to a stately home ends in hospital. (R)
48/60 A pretty turtle-shell casket and an elegant bronze art-deco figure are up for auction. (R)
26/30 General knowledge quiz show hosted by Nick Knowles. (R)
16/30 Eric Knowles and John Cameron are at a Dorchester auction house looking for hidden gems.
1/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
6/10 Brian Blessed takes to the road with Jenny Eclair on an antiques hunt through Cumbria. (R)
6/45 Central chefs Aktar Islam, Daniel Clifford and Paul Foster cook their starters.
5/8 The team reveals how life surrounded by wireless signals affects us.
5/6 Rachel prepares gourmet garnishes with a Parisian chef and makes iles flottantes.
1/4 A look at the 70s as the decade where Britons first felt the thrill of freedom and money.
1/10 Performances from The Kinks, Roxy Music, Elton John, New York Dolls and David Bowie.
With Jeremy Paxman.
4/6 The university rabbi organises a kosher social event at the local bowling alley.
This World tells the story of the 2011 massacre in Norway. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
1/2 Looking at Henri Rousseau, LS Lowry, Andy Warhol, Paula Rego and Joseph Wright of Derby.
2/2 Featuring Wassily Kandinsky, Jan van Eyck, Eileen Agar and Yinka Shonibare.
Rodd Christensen shows viewers how to play with and recognise the numbers one to ten. (R)
Tuesday 17 April 2012