35/50 Nok Tok tries to reach the top of the blossom berry tree. (R)
17/26 Tippy decides to hold a competition to see who should be king for the day. (R)
30/52 Wibbly and Tiny Pig do some spring cleaning and find Wibbly's old favourite sweater. (R)
6/15 Arthur and Francine get locked inside the library, and Buster opens a detective agency. (R)
40/52 Bobo and Little Star discover that the poppitypops plants explode when they're touched. (R)
25/26 Rosie sets up a real shop outside the playhouse, where people can swap chores. (R)
9/15 Tumbler the cement mixer arrives in the valley to help build the Bobland Bay skate park. (R)
8/20 When life in the Dumping Ground is turned upside down, Tracy sees things in a new light. (R)
7/26 Doctor Gilbertson has a visitor arriving in the afternoon - her sister's cat, Bess! (R)
Topical news magazine for children.
12/13 The team listen to the music of the ancient underground caverns of Virginia. (R)
6/18 Gaelic language fun, songs, stories and adventures in a magical land. (R)
BBC Two Scotland only
43/52 Tilly tries on a knights shield but Pru thinks girls should be princesses.
3/30 Tig goes to the zoo to see a Panda but is more interested in buying a toy panda.
13/52 Mike has to learn that playing fair is more important than winning. (R)
8/13 Gaelic children's programme. (R)
37/50 The Octonauts share a few fun facts about arctic orcas. (R)
13/13 Carl is sent to an alternative reality where everything is upside down.
1/26 Seeing Osbourne practise a conjuring act, Timmy is thrilled and tries to do magic himself. (R)
3/26 Pingu and family go to the fairground, but he overdoes things and feels poorly. (R)
18/26 Zak reads fanmail saying he is the world's best singer and the praise goes to his head. (R)
24/26 Bouncer Boy receives a joke kit and spends the day trying out the tricks on Nev. (R)
10/25 Ten giraffes get down to some disco music and there are ten beautiful butterflies! (R)
4/13 Jack, Sam and Dani enter a cook-off which turns into a cut-throat competition. (R)
17/26 Squiglet demonstrates how to write the letter 'q'.
13/26 L discovers that bath time is more fun when you double up.
30/52 The word of the day is 'swing'. Who will be chosen to look for it? (R)
17/20 In the cosy room, 3 and 4 argue over entertaining 5's buddy blocks. (R)
Barney and Gemma see how far these Latin American animals will go in the name of love. (R)
17/25 Mr Tumble takes photographs of Aunt Polly and Grandad Tumble. (R)
12/26 Kids concoct the most preposterous pranks on unsuspecting adults. (R)
2/26 There's a homemade hat parade at Mr Bloom's fete in Hartlepool. (R)
7/13 The family never have time for the monsters, so they steal all the clocks in the house. (R)
6/13 Digby thinks he has some hot news on Hollywood action movie star Kent Cheesenburger. (R)
4/30 Tig is learning to play the piano with Mr Tonka.
8/26 Mister Maker and the gang create a fantastic fire-breathing dragon. (R)
6/13 Six children must work together to complete challenges, yet one of them can't be trusted. (R)
26/30 Nurse Morag and the Healthy Helpers play a game of chase. (R)
7/13 Big Howard is hiding something and Little Howard is determined to find out what it is. (R)
17/26 Katy makes celebration cornet cakes and has a birthday picnic. (R)
6/20 A team from Glasgow try to win prizes by keeping their noise levels down. (R)
49/52 Driver Dan comes to the rescue after Green Vroom breaks down. (R)
23/26 The community takes an evening hike, but Muffin and Jordan get lost in the dark. (R)
26/26 All the birds had their very own sound, but Woodpecker didn't make a sound at all. (R)
17/26 Squiglet demonstrates how to write the letter 'q'. (R)
3/13 A storm knocks out the electricity at the DG while an escaped prisoner is on the loose. (R)
13/26 L discovers that bath time is more fun when you double up. (R)
45/52 Two families battle it out in hilarious games including Mime Time and Music Round. (R)
4/30 Tig is learning to play the piano with Mr Tonka. (R)
38/45 Realising that they're suffering from the post-Christmas blues, the gang invent a holiday. (R)
A bird decides to land next to the Owl with his bubble machine. (R)
8/20 Shaun accidentally swallows duck call.
8/26 Voltar's evil idol Destruktor the Destroyer moves in next door.
17/26 Baby Jake and Pengy Quin go on a snowy adventure and play cuddling. (R)
21/24 The filming of Scooby-Dee's latest movie is disrupted by a vengeful ghost. (R)
21/26 Rebecca goes back in time to the days of cavemen and women. (R)
22/26 Kids concoct the most preposterous pranks on unsuspecting adults. (R)
Duck wants to be a penguin, so Sarah decides it is time for a trip to the zoo. (R)
2/20 Andy and Kip head to the Galapagos Islands in South America in search of giant tortoises. (R)
2/10 Judges Carrie, David and John Modi decide who goes through to the studio heats.
22/25 Nina investigates how boats travel uphill and discovers the engineering secrets of canals.
7/22 A mouthbrooding jawfish father has lost his eggs, so the Octonauts try to help. (R)
Murdaidh, Leacsaidh and Fionnlagh work together to find out the story behind a horseshoe!
3/26 Tom and Twigs get a crash course in being ranchers as they lead an epic baby beetle drive. (R)
8/13 Inel's snoring keeps Johnny awake.
37/52 Hoot and Toot learn about setting priorities for their First Things First badge. (R)
Gaelic children's programme. The Little People sing all about shapes. (R)
Blarag meets a tree who is sad because it cannot go anywhere. (R)
8/25 Papa Jim talks with his grandson James about what it was like being a fireman. (R)
8/26 Make tasty ice cream without a freezer and ensure your bouncy ball returns every time! (R)
17/26 Jack remembers a very bumpy day when the sea was covered in seaweed.
4/7 10-year-old Ethan, who is deaf, sets up his own rock band, with his three best friends.
24/30 Dancing fun for preschool children. (R)
8/26 It is a boiling hot day; too hot to do anything apart from eat ice-cream and go swimming. (R)
3/26 Hari's toy duck Cwac goes missing in the garden and Ela is determined to find it. (R)
14/26 Ronald the rhino's favourite pastime is bashing boulders. (R)
8/13 John bamboozles Year 4 with a trick involving statistics.
15/26 Màrtainn always feels ill, but soon forgets his condition on an outing to the zoo. (R)
3/100 Everybody goes for a ride in the Ninky Nonk except Makka Pakka, who gets left behind. (R)
Children's programme in Gaelic. (R)
9/12 Featuring teams from Sleat Primary School and Portree Primary School.
2/20 The Farmer wins a coconut, but has trouble opening it. (R)
The Owl decides to play with his giraffe friend. (R)
Jonas Armstrong reads Guess What I Found in Dragon Wood. (R)
Wednesday 6 March 2013