39/52 When bedtime snacks start disappearing, Zigby must find out who the Midnight Snacker is. (R)
48/56 Yoko organises a tea party, but she's forgotten the cake. (R)
8/13 Sporty and Messy are horrified when they break 'Tiny' into pieces while playing ball. (R)
21/26 Boris the Bear has lost his honeycomb, so his friends help him retrace his steps. (R)
14/26 Brewster is not happy when Skylar replaces Dunbar as teacher. (R)
31/52 Wensley Dale is trapped inside his mansion, unable to do the things that presidents do. (R)
5/26 The boys face the treacherous Moving Target Island Challenge. (R)
1/26 The Great Voltar sets his sights on destroying breakfast but his plan backfires. (R)
16/52 Eliot draws a portrait of Mimi. The drawing is so good, Brigitte asks if Mimi is his muse. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
5/14 The gang visits the Hex Girls at a Transylvanian castle and runs into a real-life vampire. (R)
18/52 Leon uses a belly-dancing lizard to try and hypnotize a springbok. (R)
20/52 The contestants include Orange Bernard, an opinionated orangutan with a banana interest. (R)
25/25 Nina investigates why it is important to drink milk. (R)
5/26 Katy Ashworth and friends make a simple fish dish, with peas as their special ingredient. (R)
23/26 Abney is inspired to make some art, but he can't find anything to draw. (R)
17/26 Topsy is trying to read, but Raa Raa and the other animals are making too much noise. (R)
20/26 Luke is worried about staying at Granny and Grandpa's until he discovers Dad's old toys. (R)
8/13 Archie learns the importance of listening to others. (R)
45/52 It is time for another Creepy Crawly Conga. (R)
35/52 Wilson has to use the camera car in three different ways to earn his Chug and Click badge. (R)
9/22 Dressed as robots, Nuzzle and Scratch help van owner Dan clean his dirty van. (R)
30/51 Hip and Hop are painting a picture of a big dinosaur. (R)
33/50 Lau Lau wants to draw a picture of a bird, so she tries to keep very quiet. (R)
14/100 The Pinky Ponk gets stuck in a tree. Everybody slides up and down and it breaks free. (R)
The latest international news from the BBC.
Carole Walker looks ahead to Labour's party conference in Manchester.
7/10 Anne Robinson is joined by actor Phil Davis and journalist Rosie Boycott. (R)
53/90 Simon O'Brien and Jonnie look at B&B businesses in Weymouth for a mother and son. (R)
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz. (R)
20/20 David Andrews and Rob Boraston must decide if Wellington can offer them a dream new start. (R)
12/20 A man's leg is crushed by a seven-tonne digger and bad weather jeopardises his rescue. (R)
54/75 The team travels to the seaside town of Whitby and uncover a variety of antique treasures. (R)
5/30 Paul Hayes and Eric Knowles face the Showdown Auction. (R)
62/140 Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz featuring the UK's top quiz champions.
5/10 Looks at the bonds formed between American paratroopers and the people of Nottingham.
It is round 5 of the Pro 12 season and the Blues welcome Ulster to the Arms Park.
Can Glamorgan ever reach the pinnacle of cricket again? With Dot Davies.
1/3 Dr Pamela Cox looks at the grand houses of the Victorian ruling elite.
Just what did Ofqual tell exam boards about GCSE results this summer? With Emily Maitlis.
1/10 With Muse, The Beach Boys, Public Image Limited, The XX and Natalie Duncan.
Hazel Irvine presents highlights from the first day's play at the 39th Ryder Cup.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Saturday 29 September 2012