41/52 Zigby plans a special surprise for Bertie and McMeer. (R)
1/56 Yoko and Louie meet an elephant. Who could possibly scare an animal as big as him? (R)
10/13 Stripy wants to go fishing on his own, but the other Little Robots want to come along. (R)
23/26 Victor bans all the other animals from using the water hole. (R)
48/52 The Line draws Dipdap three cakes, but every time he tries to eat one he is interrupted. (R)
32/52 The Easy Crew follow a wicked beat to help Wensley Dale set a rare groove free. (R)
20/35 The keepers try to find out who is the fastest in the park. (R)
4/26 Jo and Michelle make a beautiful stained glass window. (R)
23/52 The teams take it in turns to copy pictures, actions and displays of musical genius. (R)
16/24 The kids uncover a counterfeiting operation at the Splitsonian Institute. (R)
12/28 Porter accidentally beams Jane into a science fiction film. (R)
6/13 Pixie Lott, JLS and Brian Blessed look back on their childhood. (R)
10/13 Four hopeful semi-finalists prepare mini pizzas using Paul Hollywood's recipe. (R)
James Martin takes a look back at some of his favourite moments from Saturday Kitchen.
7/14 The bakers take on three sweet dough challenges. (R)
Matt Roberts introduces live coverage of round fourteen of the MotoGP season from Aragon.
Hazel Irvine presents highlights from the second day's play at the 39th Ryder Cup. (R)
61/70 Paul Martin and experts Nigel Smith and Thomas Plant visit Stockport. (R)
Ross Harries presents Scrum V with highlights of all the weekend's Pro 12 action.
Mark looks at how Swansea's monopoly of the copper trade propelled Nelson towards victory. (R)
2/3 Monty Halls examines the amazing variety of habitats found on Australia's natural wonder. (R)
4/7 James May is in Florida where meets up with AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson. (R)
3/3 Neil Oliver explores how the Viking Age finally came to an end. (R)
4/12 The pitchers include a former chat show host and a man who washes his hair in the Den.
10/13 More topical mockery, with guests Milton Jones, Josh Widdicombe and Joe Wilkinson. (R)
1/13 With Sarah Millican, Olympian Greg Rutherford, N-Dubz's Fazer and guest host Kathy Burke. (R)
Two rock stars end up handcuffed together at a music festival.
Ross Harries presents Scrum V with highlights of all the weekend's Pro 12 action. (R)
Tanya Arnold introduces highlights from Super League's qualifying play-off semi-finals.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Monday 1 October 2012