28/50 De Li sets off to discover what thing makes the other Piplings the most happy. (R)
12/26 Nat is having trouble keeping count of his collection of bottles. (R)
23/52 Wibbly Pig, Big Pig and Tiny Pig are going to make the best sandcastle ever! (R)
1/15 Arthur discovers what a difference wearing glasses can make. (R)
35/52 There is lots of snow and Baba Pink has made all the Cloudbabies new gloves.
11/26 Disaster strikes when Holly discovers the stream has dried out. (R)
2/15 Bob has trouble designing his dream house in Sunflower Valley. (R)
3/20 Life may never be the same again when the Wellards' unity is thrown into jeopardy. (R)
2/26 Pat tries to deliver a church bell, but the windy weather gets in the way. (R)
Topical news magazine for children.
7/13 Ed and Naomi compete to race on anything that floats in Florida.
5/18 Gaelic language fun, songs, stories and adventures in a magical land. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
38/52 Hector wishes he had a special skill to show off, and juggling would be perfect!
27/30 Tig loses her mum in a supermarket and thinks she has been abandoned. (R)
6/53 Mike is keen to make Galahad look good, but he overdoes it. (R)
6/13 Gaelic children's programme. (R)
30/50 The Octonauts share a few fun facts about the comb jelly. (R)
8/13 Jane runs for student president, but she has strong competition: an unwitting Porter. (R)
20/26 After an encounter with a compost heap, Timmy learns the importance of waiting his turn. (R)
22/26 Pingu gets lost on his way home with some milk for his sister Pinga. (R)
11/26 Everyone on ZingZilla Island is on the move, even the Moaning Stones. (R)
17/26 Caretaker Prank auditions for Barney's panto and is made Ali Baba's 40th thief. (R)
5/26 Five dressed-up toys come to life for a disco boogie and five hamsters make an appearance. (R)
10/13 Thanks to a mix-up, Dani and Sam come to believe that Jack is a secret millionaire. (R)
12/26 Squiglet demonstrates how to write the letter L.
9/26 R loves pretending to be a pirate, so she rustles up a ship and takes her crew on a ride. (R)
25/52 Hari, Ela and Seren are playing in the garden, but one is needed to find the new word. (R)
12/20 Number 5 has to fly out when a boy has trouble with his chalks. (R)
19/20 Barney and Gemma show that coral reefs are like our cities - and everyone has a job to do. (R)
12/25 Aunt Polly and Grandad Tumble are feeling poorly. (R)
7/26 Kids concoct the most preposterous pranks on unsuspecting adults. (R)
17/26 Mr Bloom's fete has come to the North East of England.
2/13 The monsters become obsessed with all things shiny - especially money. (R)
16/26 Rebecca finds out whether she has what it takes to be a police officer. (R)
1/13 Digby joins a famous explorer in his quest to find the extremely rare blue-spotted newt. (R)
3/20 It might be a lazy afternoon but there's plenty of smooth grooving to be done. (R)
3/26 Mister Maker tries to make a mini basketball game. (R)
1/13 Six children work together to escape the tower, but one of them cannot be trusted. (R)
21/30 Nurse Morag and the Healthy Helpers play a game about hibernating germs. (R)
2/13 Howard tries cloning, visits some robot children, and meets a 3D version of himself. (R)
12/26 Katy makes green parcel pie and does gymnastics. (R)
1/20 Will the contestants from Merseyside and Preston crack under pressure? (R)
44/52 Hip and Hop look for musical sounds to record, to add to their hip hop rhyme. (R)
18/26 The wind-up robot Quinn made malfunctions and runs amok through 3rd and Bird. (R)
23/26 Lion ventures into the great cave of Tinga Tinga to get his roar back. (R)
11/13 A friend from Elektra's past arrives, but is she who she says she is? (R)
12/26 Squiglet demonstrates how to write the letter L. (R)
40/52 Two families battle it out in hilarious games including Mime Time and Music Round. (R)
17/26 Mr Bloom's fete has come to the North East of England. (R)
12/40 Steve comes face-to-face with one of his favourite deadly predators, an eyelash pit viper. (R)
31/45 Arthur is worried that Buster will think life back home is boring after his holiday. (R)
Children love to play with just about anything, and they won't leave poor Owl alone! (R)
2/20 The Farmer wins a coconut, but has trouble opening it.
22/26 Voltar attempts to use a kitten exo-suit to take over the city. (R)
12/26 Baby Jake and Sydney the monkey go on a tropical adventure and play building. (R)
16/24 The kids uncover a counterfeiting operation at the Splitsonian Institute. (R)
43/52 The Line draws books for Dipdap, but when Dipdap tries to read them they disappear. (R)
10/26 Todd has hurt his foot and can't dance in the Big Zing. (R)
17/26 Kids concoct the most preposterous pranks on unsuspecting adults.
7/40 Scarf Lady welcomes Sarah and Duck to her house full of scarves.
High definition Audio described
17/20 Andy and Kip embark on another wild adventure to see ostriches in Namibia. (R)
7/13 Following a 21-year-old catalogue model.
17/25 Nina investigates how luggage gets onto the right aeroplane at the airport.
2/22 Kwazii and Peso have their hands full babysitting a bunch of adelie penguin chicks. (R)
Murdaidh and Leacsaidh think they know best how to help a love-struck Fionnlagh.
10/26 Tracy reckons she knows exactly what Cam's new book should be about. (R)
11/13 When Tom and Twigs break Treetog's crystal it's a race against time to find a replacement. (R)
7/13 Johnny decides he's had enough of Inel, who is quick to recruit a replacement.
32/52 Koko and Wilson struggle to get their Loading badge. (R)
The Little People sing us a song about faces. (R)
A turtle arrives at the farm. She's on her way to the beach. Blàrag makes friends with her (R)
2/25 Georgia's daddy Damian shares his memories of growing up in a Scottish castle. (R)
14/26 Stòlda is always serious - until she goes to the funfair on a school trip. (R)
7/26 A sneaky way to trap all sorts of creatures and a glass of milk with a nasty surprise! (R)
12/26 Emily's ice-cream maker has broken and she can't sell any ice creams. (R)
3/7 Following 11-year-old Annabelle, who has one of the biggest families in the UK.
20/26 Abney and Teal decide to build a rocket and go to the moon. (R)
23/30 Dancing fun for preschool children. (R)
24/26 Doris the duck finds a plant promising beautiful flowers.
2/26 The Abadas' favourite game leads them to the beach and in search of some sun cream. (R)
7/13 John bangs his magical drum in a percussion lesson.
96/100 Makka Pakka lets out such a big sneeze that it makes the Pinky Ponk bumps into a tree. (R)
The gang get new walkie-talkies to communicate between the yard and Sunflower Valley. (R)
8/12 Featuring teams from Fort William Primary School and Broadford Primary School.
4/13 The team learn a new move for the dance floor to Pitbull's Don't Stop the Party.
The Owl is enjoying a holiday in the tropics. (R)
Matthew McNulty reads What's the Time Mr Wolf, by Debi Gliori.
Wednesday 27 February 2013