30/52 Zigby organises a Scavenger Hunt so that everyone can help clean up the Island. (R)
39/56 Louie draws a chameleon - the master of disguise! (R)
12/13 The hatch in Stretchy's junkyard is jammed. He tries to enlist Spotty's help. (R)
12/26 Lucy hears the tale of Ronald the rhino's many attempts to woo the lovely Rosie. (R)
7/26 Zephie causes division amongst friends when she is selective about who can join her club. (R)
52/52 The costumes for Da Riddim Stix steel band have gone missing. (R)
Barney and Gemma explain about the weird ways animals can see. (R)
47/52 It is Henchman Appreciation Day, and that means Red Menace is in charge. (R)
9/52 Eliot must save the children from an evil nurse who wants to absorb their life force. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
14/14 The ghost of a baseball hero is not too happy about seeing his home run record broken. (R)
11/52 Leon goes to extremes to get rid of a horde of flies buzzing around his head. (R)
13/52 Contestants include a rabbit studying carrots and a mouse with a cheese fascination. (R)
18/25 Nina and her experimenters investigate what metal is. (R)
4/26 Baby Jake and Nibbles the rabbit go on a vegetable patch adventure and play wriggling. (R)
9/26 It is extremely windy and Neep has a wonderful time flying through the air on a whirligig. (R)
10/26 Raa Raa is playing a game of copying everyone in the jungle. (R)
13/26 Lester attempts to learn to play an instrument in time for the school concert. (R)
1/13 Ned decides to bury some treasure, but neglects to draw a map and needs help to find it. (R)
Suddenly hayman starts talking to dirtgirl and ken prepares for a Level 10 stunt. (R)
42/52 Hoot and Toot have to round up all the stray cars around the depot in record time. (R)
2/20 Nuzzle and Scratch have to sit still and not move, while dressed up as gnomes. (R)
23/51 Sweetie shares the cookies she has made, and forgets to taste one for herself. (R)
26/50 When a string on breaks on Yojojo's banjojo, he wonders how to fix it. (R)
7/100 The Tombliboos decide to ride in the Pinky Ponk, but no-one notices the Pontipines arrive. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with Lord Jones and Kwasi Kwarteng MP.
14/38 Reporter David Hay undergoes ten weeks of training for the Paralympic opening ceremony.
2/31 Neil Oliver finds out why the Isle of Man is home to the world's largest water wheel. (R)
The Wire actor Dominic West presents an appeal on behalf of The Sick Children's Trust. (R)
30/90 Nikki Bedi and Ed Hall travel to Bristol in search of the great green dream. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
13/20 For Jim McCallum, emigrating could mean leaving his daughter behind. (R)
6/20 Two walkers are trapped under a van after a freak accident on a country lane. (R)
1/3 Paul Martin learns the crafts of hedge laying, dry stone walling and thatching. (R)
Live coverage of England's final Euro 2013 qualifier against Croatia.
28/30 The three finalists must prepare a fine dining three-course dinner at Bletchley Park.
5/8 The experts visit a marine reserve and report on the state of the Forth Road Bridge. (R)
1/3 John Foster visits the Kavanagh family at Borris House in Ireland.
2/3 Revealing some of the many ways that different faiths say their final goodbyes.
10/32 Andrew Graham-Dixon presents the latest selection of cultural highlights.
Vince Cable on Nick Clegg's apology, spending cuts and photos of the Duchess of Cambridge.
How a group of book-lovers risked their lives to rescue a library during the Bosnian war. (R)
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
17/26 Gabriel is worried about his body when the school holds a superhero costume party. (R)
20/26 Gabriel is embarrassed when Monica misunderstands an overheard conversation. (R)
7/26 Monica is worried she hasn't developed since her eleventh birthday compared to her pals. (R)
5/26 The girls go on a shopping trip to help Lara by a bra. (R)
4/26 Lara has her first period and with help from friends she finds out how to deal with it. (R)
Youngsters interview elderly people who were children during World War II. (R)
Short films which aim to inspire young learners to produce their own musical compositions. (R)
Thursday 20 September 2012