The episodes are Pingu's Ice Cave, and Pingu's Curling Game. Plus penguin facts. (R)
Mr Guinea Pig is invited to spend the night at his friend Harold the Hamster's house. (R)
4/26 It is nap time but Timmy is too excited to sleep. (R)
3/52 Wilson and Koko have lots of fun racing each other, until Wilson damages his wheel. (R)
51/52 The Easy Crew must come up with a super spinnin' plan to deal with missing crockery. (R)
16/35 Johny finds out how rhinos would react to an African wildfire. (R)
20/26 Voltar is unable to sleep when his sleepy-time blanket, Mister Wubby, is sold. (R)
35/52 A gorgeous lioness is reclining on Leon's rock and he tries to capture her attention. (R)
As much fun as Nine is, Lottie does miss the company of other girls - so Nine clones her. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
3/20 Olly and Oscar look after wildlife babies and enter a bat tent for a test flight. (R)
21/25 Nina investigates why onions sometimes make people cry. (R)
3/26 Small sees a rainbow and sets off to find the pot of gold at its end. (R)
20/52 Dipdap performs some fancy footwork with the huge feet drawn by the Line. (R)
20/26 Mosquito's tales send the whole of Tinga Tinga into a complete panic. (R)
22/39 Charley is so tired that he falls asleep before he can deliver Midge's birthday present. (R)
26/26 Raa Raa wants to find the perfect noise to partner his friend Huffty in a tune. (R)
1/20 Dizzy decides to show Bob how useful she is by being the fastest machine on the job. (R)
16/26 Archie has a fall before the Outback Tennis Tournament and decides not to tell anyone. (R)
9/30 Tig visits the dentist to have her teeth counted but is afraid to open her mouth. (R)
26/52 Everyone is driving Hip crazy - all he wants is peace and quiet to finish his painting. (R)
26/50 De Li has a special fast grow seed and asks Yojojo to look after it. (R)
57/100 Travelling in the Pinky Ponk, the Tombliboos drink their Pinky Ponk juice. (R)
Jo Coburn is joined by a former member of a Bank of England committee, Dr DeAnne Julius.
Sue Barker introduces live coverage at the 126th Championships at Wimbledon.
6/26 Nicola and Jo create a vibrant squid with glow in the dark ink. (R)
17/39 Lulu seeks the Prank Patrol team's help to stage a restaurant ruse. (R)
1/13 Eddie pretends to be unwell to avoid a maths test, but the monsters really might be ill. (R)
10/13 James demonstrates a magic spray that stops a balloon popping. (R)
42/52 The teams take it in turns to copy pictures, actions and displays of musical genius. (R)
28/40 The farmer sees a way to make money when two hapless ducks get covered in soot. (R)
Sue Barker introduces further live coverage from the 126th Championships at Wimbledon.
John Inverdale and guests look at the best of the day's action at Wimbledon.
2/2 Queen Mary always put duty first, but after King George died she took centre stage. (R)
10/10 Featuring Elvis Costello, the Police, Patti Smith, Iggy Pop and other New Wave notables.
With the Eurozone heading for chaos or closer union, is it a club we want to be part of?
2/4 Chris Packham reveals how the world's spectacular grasslands flourish. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Including Wigan v Widnes, Hull KR v Catalan, Leeds v Castleford and St Helens v Salford. (R)
1/3 Two gymnastics fans are set a shape-finding challenge by national champion Daniel Purvis. (R)
2/3 Gymnastics fans are set a shape and symmetry challenge by national champion Daniel Purvis. (R)
Tuesday 26 June 2012