Penguin facts and fun. Featuring episodes Pingu and the Litter, and Pingu's Big Catch. (R)
17/26 To please Mum, Lola is determined to stay clean and tidy for her first school photograph. (R)
22/26 Timmy's imagination is sparked when he reads a superhero comic. (R)
46/52 Wilson decides to try on some jetpacks and learn to fly. (R)
Pinky and her friends try to find a unique present for Daffinee's birthday. (R)
Johny and Rani get more than they bargained for when they drop in on the elephant paddock. (R)
9/26 Voltar and the rest of LOSE get lost in the real nightmares of Metrotownians. (R)
11/52 Leon goes to extremes to get rid of a horde of flies buzzing around his head. (R)
Mr Crumble takes the class on a nature walk, and Pipsquawk's gang try to gross Lottie out. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
12/13 Ed and Oucho are in Newcastle, trying to build Aidan's 'Hydro-Bike'. (R)
7/10 Hisham wants to find out where rubbish goes when it has been collected by the bin men. (R)
12/26 Dara and her friends help May and Billy pick up litter that has been dropped. (R)
12/26 Peacock learns that sometimes it's not good to get everything you want. (R)
12/13 Charley learns to ice skate with a little help from his friends. (R)
2/26 Raa Raa helps Huffty find the right sound, so they can play loud music together. (R)
13/20 Brad plans a party to celebrate the opening of his beach cafe but he's lost his conch. (R)
13/13 The koalas invite Lolly for a special dinner to cheer her up. (R)
2/26 The ZingZillas play a disco song. (R)
7/26 Nat promises to sit in for the drummer of his friend's band. (R)
2/52 Loopy's balloon is too big and carries his glasses away high up in the air. (R)
2/50 Lau Lau is planning a big show and everyone else wants to join in. (R)
36/100 Igglepiggle finds the stones which Makka Pakka has carefully tidied into a pattern. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn is joined by Lord Adonis, Labour's new industrial strategy adviser.
16/20 Karen Squires' menu of world tastes goes up against Paul Kunzli's sea theme. (R)
Including First Minister's Questions.
Nature series. Chris Packham listens to the mysterious call of the bittern in Lancashire. (R)
7/25 The team deal with land donated by a Victorian philanthropist. (R)
8/30 The Bikers go gourmet with lobster, truffles, chocolate and the best cuts of meat. (R)
47/60 Experts Charlie Ross and Mark Stacey are searching through family heirlooms in Harlow. (R)
7/30 Paul Hayes and Charlie Ross hunt out car boot collectables in Buckinghamshire. (R)
27/140 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
8/13 The glorious history of Corporal Jones is brought into question. (R)
3/4 Renee Godfrey takes part in the great Snowdon mountain pony roundup in autumn. (R)
32/45 Richard Davies, James Sommerin and Stephen Terry cook their fish course.
6/15 Alan Titchmarsh and Carol Klein talk to the gold medal-winning designers and exhibitors.
3/6 A look at the work of Great Ormond Street's heart transplant team.
6/6 Guests include Jimmy Cliff, Esperanza Spalding, The Hives, Paloma Faith and Beach House.
With Jeremy Paxman.
BBC business editor Robert Peston analyses the state of the monetary union in Europe. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Rodd Christensen shows viewers how to play with and recognise the numbers 1 to 10. (R)
The science behind the exciting Bloodhound project to build the fastest car in the world. (R)
Wednesday 23 May 2012