28/52 Zigby organises a game of Coconut Scoop and the prize is a delicious fruit. (R)
37/56 Louie wants to learn to fly so he draws an aeroplane with Yoko's help. (R)
10/13 Scary manages to frighten the robots accidentally. (R)
10/26 Rumours spread across the savannah that an important visitor is on her way. (R)
5/26 Koko gets hooked on a computer game trying to beat Hodge's high score. (R)
49/52 Rastamouse must map out a cool plan to track down a thief looking for the spot marked X. (R)
Barney and Gemma investigate things that go bump, snort or squeak in the night. (R)
45/52 Voltar is convinced there is treasure under the lair and that Doomageddon must dig it up. (R)
7/52 Eliot believes that a party organised by his sister Suzie is a vampire ball. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
12/14 A behind-the-scenes tour of a movie studio goes horribly awry. (R)
8/52 A cyclone wipes across the savannah, opening up a new way to hunt the springbok. (R)
11/26 Contestants include Miss Honkover, an exotic showbiz bird, and Ken Koala, who is very shy. (R)
16/25 Nina shows how gases expand or get bigger when they warm up. (R)
6/26 Baby Jake and Nibbles the rabbit go on an orchard adventure and enjoy saying hello. (R)
7/26 Teal thinks there will be treasure at the end of a rainbow so she sets out to find it. (R)
8/26 Raa Raa and his friends try to think of new games that everyone is good at and will enjoy. (R)
11/26 Lester, Laura, Luke and Lucy give Mr Large a Father's Day to remember. (R)
12/13 Even lollipops and drinking water backwards can't cure Alice's hiccups. (R)
It is spring cleaning time, but ken is upset when grubby throws away his birthday cards. (R)
25/50 The Octonauts share a few fun facts about the sea star. (R)
26/26 Will Kerwhizzitor have a tasty treat in store for teams Ninki, Twist and Kit? (R)
21/51 Sweetie is shy and doesn't want to join in when she goes skating. (R)
24/50 The cheebies introduce the Piplings to a choosing game to help with their decisions. (R)
5/100 Igglepiggle and Upsy Daisy visit Makka Pakka and discover a stone stuck in his trumpet. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
The latest on the new GCSE exams and what it will mean for teachers and pupils.
7/10 Jeanette Winterson and Alastair Campbell discuss their favourite books. (R)
46/90 Property hunting in St Albans for a couple who want the ideal family home. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
11/20 Claire and Rob Green are considering a move to Australia; will they take the risk? (R)
4/20 There is a multiple pile-up on the M1 and a golfer has a heart attack on the fairway. (R)
12/60 Paul Martin is joined by Mark Stacey, Anita Manning and David Fletcher at Tatton Park.
11/30 James Lewis takes on Curtis Dowling at Swinderby Antiques Fair. (R)
70/155 Dermot Murnaghan hosts a general knowledge quiz. (R)
26/30 The final week of competition begins with a visit to the set of BBC drama New Tricks.
9/20 Silent Witness stars Emilia Fox and Tom Ward search for bargain antiques around Glasgow.
8/37 The team representing Imperial College, London, is up against Jesus College, Cambridge.
6/6 Lorraine turns her attention to those quick fix meals that need to fit into everyday life.
1/3 Stephanie Flanders looks at the life and work of economist John Maynard Keynes.
6/6 James May distills the secrets of all you need to know about chemistry.
Should GCSEs be scrapped? With Jeremy Paxman.
2/12 The pitchers include a Welsh grandmother and a couple with a haircare brand for children. (R)
3/6 Richard Hammond undergoes some gruelling training to be a fireman. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Geologist Dr Tom Challands challenges six young people to climb a different rock face.
1/3 Child-led documentary exploring the exciting and busy port of Rotterdam. (R)
2/3 Gymnastics fans are set a shape and symmetry challenge by national champion Daniel Purvis. (R)
Tuesday 18 September 2012