34/52 Zigby and his friends put on a musical concert. (R)
43/56 Louie finds a little cat stuck up a tree, and draws a fire engine so he can rescue it. (R)
3/13 Rusty is looking forward to her bouncing lesson with Sporty. (R)
16/26 Gary the dromedary thinks Zed the zebra is brilliant and tries to be just like him. (R)
46/52 The Line draws a giant tomato that rolls after Dipdap. (R)
26/52 The Easy Crew put aside their music making to track down the president's stolen stereo. (R)
18/35 Rani sets the giraffes a challenge and Johny catches up with the flamingo chicks. (R)
3/26 Nicola and Mike make a massive leopard out of four tonnes of sand. (R)
22/52 The teams take it in turns to copy pictures, actions and displays of musical genius. (R)
8/13 The ghost of a 1930's aviatrix tries to find out what happened to her plane's propellers. (R)
11/28 Carl discovers that Ty is cheating, and asks Porter to send him into Ty's computer. (R)
4/13 Nicole Scherzinger reveals what life was like for her at 12. (R)
9/13 The competition gets much tougher as the contestants show off their pastry making skills. (R)
James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite moments from Saturday Kitchen.
6/14 The bakers face a Queen of Pudding, a recipe direct from the archives of Mary Berry. (R)
An Austrian mountaineer finds himself in Tibet at the outbreak of WWII.
A retired couple seek to fulfil their dream of finding a perfect country house in Wales. (R)
Jill Douglas introduces coverage of the men's and women's road races from Limberg.
Nicholas Crane investigates the freak floods of 1953. (R)
Ross Harries presents Scrum V with highlights of all the weekend's Pro 12 action.
1/3 Monty Halls examines the complex structure of the Australian coral reef and its wildlife. (R)
3/7 James May gives his verdict on the Vauxhall Corsa VXR Nurburgring and the new Fiat Panda. (R)
2/3 Neil Oliver visits Russia, Turkey and Ireland to trace a vast trading empire. (R)
3/12 The pitchers include a horror story writer and sisters who appeared in the Den in 2005.
9/13 More topical mockery, with guests Greg Davies, Gary Delaney and Jo Caulfield. (R)
A professor is reluctant to become involved with the Nazi party.
Ross Harries presents Scrum V with highlights of all the weekend's Pro 12 action. (R)
Tanya Arnold introduces highlights of the second round of play-off games.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Monday 24 September 2012