Songs and rhymes to join in with on the bus.
Ben Faulks is back at Tatton Park for a programme all about Autumn food.
A pair of mittens is the focus for today's Playtime.
Listening games for pre-school cihldren. Today the focus is 'animals and habitats'.
Radio 1 Newsbeat journalist Adina Campbell helps young people take control of their cash. (R)
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1/4 Documentary following Amber who is 16, pregnant and living with her mum on benefits. (R)
2/4 Back from juvenile detention, Frankie is planning a new future. (R)
3/4 After living on benefits, Shelby hopes her job placement will turn into a 'real' job. (R)
Dick and Dom explore the work of the most important inventors and scientists in history. (R)
The Teletubbies sit down for Tubby Toast. After they've eaten, some more toast arrives. (R)
10/26 Baby Jake and Pengy Quin go on a snowy adventure and play flappy clapping. (R)
22/51 The Dinopaws decide to chase the sun to stop the day from ending. (R)
22/52 Peso and Tweak help to remove a stuck hermit crab from its shell. (R)
12/20 Melody listens to The Four Seasons - Autumn by Vivaldi, and imagines the seasons changing. (R)
12/39 Bing finds the new slide at the playground too scary for him to go down. (R)
32/39 Bing inadvertently pees on his blankie. Fortunately his toy has a cape just as soft. (R)
12/26 Squiglet demonstrates how to write the letter L. (R)
15/40 Toddler Tom goes out exploring in his jungle and finds lots of wild animals. (R)
2/32 Donna has a lot of messy fun with Gareth Lancaster's Chocolate Cake. (R)
12/26 Drum has fun when she gets her hands on Todd's latest invention - a sitting-down machine. (R)
Judy is on holiday in Scotland and she's bobbing up and down in a boat. (R)
37/62 Archie wants to take the nursery children on a tour of Balamory. (R)
23/26 Mole decides to dig and dig and dig until she can find total quiet. (R)
5/26 Zebby and Raa Raa try to find the perfect place to have their snack. (R)
7/20 The ZingZillas show ZingBoppers how to dance to the song Happy Day. (R)
9/52 Hugo discovers that sometimes you have to make lots of mistakes to learn something. (R)
Experimenters Adam, Maha and Rani investigate why we get out of breath when we play sport. (R)
17/52 Mike is first to be ready for the big picture Marietta is painting. (R)
26/26 An American visitor arrives with big, secret plans for the future of the marsh.
12/26 Abney, Teal and Neep find some wheels. (R)
34/50 Lau Lau and the other Piplings try to cheer up a lonely caterpillar. (R)
7/52 'An Dràgon' says there is nothing better than being wise and dangerously scary. (R)
50/100 The Tombliboos are having fun in the garden, but their trousers keep falling down. (R)
Sally Phillips reads Bringing Down the Moon, by Jonathan Emmett and Vanessa Cabban. (R)
17/18 Gaelic for beginners presented by Rhoda MacDonald. (R)
Today's song explores the role of food in celebrations.
Today's dance develops the theme of falling leaves.
Time and Tune - Spring 2014 – Romans - Programme 05
A compilation of short films that pose ethical questions through real-life stories.