39/52 Wibbly has a very bouncy rubber ball, and it is bouncing all over the place. (R)
The gang go on a treasure hunt when Jim and Eco find an old map belonging to a pirate. (R)
1/28 Harriet and Timmy come up with a plan for Timmy to give a very unusual performance. (R)
28/52 Wilson is helping Frostini create a new flavour of ice cream for the mayor's banquet. (R)
45/52 The Line draws some sporty challenges and Dipdap tries to compete. (R)
A group of frogs ask Pinky to come and live with them, and be their pet. (R)
Seven Pallas's cat kittens are fighting a deadly disease - will they survive? (R)
49/52 Voltar is the only one on the team not invited to a neighbourhood birthday party. (R)
1/52 Eliot's class has been selected for an unusual robotic experiment. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
13/13 Prank comes up with a wicked plan to rid the flat of Nev and Barney for good. (R)
20/40 Bitzer's kennel is destroyed and he hopes the farmer will replace it with a deluxe model. (R)
20/25 Three friends ask Nina what makes those little lights in the middle of the road shine. (R)
15/26 Numtum Number Five gets everyone drumming and climbs a very particular mountain. (R)
13/13 Charley experiences and learns about each of the different seasons. (R)
51/52 Featuring Orange Bernard, an opinionated orangutan with a banana interest. (R)
22/26 All the animals are racing to get ready for the best-dressed parade, except Caterpillar. (R)
25/51 Loopy and Bippity are making so much noise that Sweetie and Driver Dan can't hear a thing. (R)
5/52 The Chuggers memorise a list of three destinations and visit them in the correct order. (R)
3/26 The Small Potatoes introduce themselves and sing about their unique personalities. (R)
16/26 Archie has a fall before the Outback Tennis Tournament and decides not to tell anyone. (R)
20/26 Colin plants a small bean that grows into a giant beanstalk. (R)
20/26 Baby Jake and Nibbles the rabbit go on a countryside adventure and play stompety stomp. (R)
15/20 The ZingZillas show off their dance moves and light up the jungle's disco floor. (R)
5/26 Molly tells the tale of Henrietta, a hippo who was mocked for being hairy. (R)
8/50 Nok Tok finds a rock that is great for jumping off, but it is also home to a little frog. (R)
64/100 The Pontipines look for the perfect place to have a picnic. They invite the Wottingers. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
David Dimbleby presents as results continue to pour in from around the country.
Semi-final action continues, with eight frames to be played.
World Championship semi-final action as Ronnie O'Sullivan takes on Matthew Stevens.
15/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
20/45 Northern Ireland chefs cook their menus for Prue Leith, Matthew Fort and Oliver Peyton.
Cardiff City's first leg play-off clash, plus a look at the player exodus in Welsh rugby.
The penultimate session of the first semi-final as Stephen Maguire takes on Ali Carter.
1/3 Series in which four personalities compete to conduct an opera at the Royal Opera House.
14/19 A lazy look at idleness with Ross Noble, Dara O Briain, Jeremy Clarkson and Alan Davies.
Kirsty Wark with the latest results and analysis from the local and mayoral elections.
3/6 Guests include Damon Albarn, St Vincent, Richard Hawley, Tigran and Rita Ora.
Highlights from the semi-finals, including O'Sullivan v Stevens and Maguire v Carter.
1/10 Science-fiction drama series weaving together the lives of three families. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Saturday 5 May 2012