4/70 Dressing up, birds and bears with Paul, Sarah-Jane and Tamba. (R)
4/40 Learning all about the creatures that live on our planet. (R)
4/44 Ben returns from a shopping trip, but there are no designer clothes tiny enough for Small. (R)
11/20 Arthur's chorus group is excited about their upcoming performance in Crown City. (R)
Corneil is in John's office when a burglar comes in and steals a painting, and scares him. (R)
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories.
When Bernard tries to get rid of an annoying moth, his kitchen becomes a dangerous place. (R)
2/13 Ross and Miss Carpenter receive a new computer in North Barrasay. (R)
2/13 Sam and Mark take on killer bees, hungry bears, kangaroo-eating crocs and forked lightning (R)
Pinky puts too much baking powder in her muffins and they lift her flat up into space. (R)
2/26 It is all about sweet and juicy sports candy, and Ziggy joins friends at a fruit farm. (R)
2/20 Nuzzle and Scratch help lifeguard Terry Towling get ready for a swimming gala. (R)
10/26 Harry and Toto go to the cinema to watch a blockbuster, but they get the worst seats. (R)
2/25 Roddy wants to know if we all smell different, and Nina is on hand to help. (R)
Bobby discovers a birthday card has been left on one of her buses. (R)
2/20 Mister Maker makes a stone footprint and paints a fun firework picture. (R)
51/100 Makka Pakka is washing the ball when his uff-uff is blown away. Upsy Daisy retrieves it. (R)
A man is drawn to a woman who has become the object of a maniacal obsession.
Declan Curry looks at the web phenomenon Twitter.
Stephen arrives back in town to work out what to do with Kirsten, and Daniel drugs Tess.
Neil Oliver discovers how flotsam inspired Columbus's accidental discovery of America. (R)
Coverage from the last 16 of the 2009 Lakeside World Professional Dart Championships.
13/22 Jessica Fletcher goes to Hollywood and finds a real-life murder on a film set. (R)
2/10 More remarkable parts of the archive and one of the country's oddest tourist attractions. (R)
2/15 Kate Humble and Ben Fogle prepare a tasty treat to test young tigers' climbing skills.
Coverage from the second round of the 2009 Lakeside World Professional Championships.
1/8 In Yorkshire and Derbyshire, the duo learn what goes into beer, and discover a vineyard.
Today's contestants are cooking at Asia De Cuba at St Martins Lane Hotel.
1/3 Nicholas Crane rediscovers William Camden's 'lost' masterpiece, Britannia.
Special marking the 50th anniversary of Motown Records.
In-depth analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Jeremy Paxman.
Highlights from day four of the Lakeside World Professional Darts Championships.
Ray Stubbs introduces further highlights from day four.
BBC TWO joins the BBC's rolling news channel.
Wednesday 7 January 2009