The third of three programmes based on the story 'The rescue party' by Nick Butterworth.
Episode 5. Thor is the subject of today's song as he makes a special journey with Loki.
The first extreme sports dance is inspired by kayaking and rock climbing.
Young people take the roles of barrister, defendant, witness and jury at the Old Bailey. (R)
1/4 Charles and Doctor Thomas Barnardo discuss the Victorian phenomenon of the workhouse. (R)
2/4 Charles Dickens discusses Victorian health with Mary Seacole and Florence Nightingale. (R)
Children's drama from Hong Kong on the theme of 'lost'. (R)
4/10 William learns how houses can be adapted to save energy, before visiting the allotment. (R)
15/50 The Piplings put all their beautiful things together and make a beautiful sculpture. (R)
22/26 Jasmine introduces Bryn to all the special things that only happen during the night. (R)
13/30 At the park, Tig sees her friend Angel playing with some children she doesn't know. (R)
10/50 The Octonauts share a few fun facts about the crab and the urchin. (R)
15/26 The ZingZillas intend to have a day at the cinema, but the film projector blows up. (R)
23/26 It's O's birthday, but R has forgotten to get him a present! (R)
14/15 Queso's search for objects and Spanish words takes him to a kitchen and an ice cream van. (R)
9/20 The ZingZillas and DJ Loose show ZingBoppers how to dance to the song My Special Friend. (R)
14/25 The Wild West comes to the Mini Makers' school. (R)
23/26 Big and Small are excited at the prospect of a baby ostrich living in the house. (R)
30/52 Driver Dan has a clever idea for a special way of painting that is fun for everyone. (R)
4/26 When Muffin gets stuck in the middle of a lake, the other birds have to rescue her. (R)
23/26 Baby Jake goes on a vegetable patch adventure and plays house with Nibbles the rabbit. (R)
18/26 Raa Raa offers to help everyone take provisions for a picnic to Rockywockyville. (R)
22/26 Zak wants to dance but he doesn't have the right music to dance to. (R)
3/25 Nina investigates how electricity is made - with the help of Belle, her hearing neuron. (R)
22/52 An tig an sìthiche a-nochd? Will the Tooth Fairy come tonight? (R)
7/22 A mouthbrooding jawfish father has lost his eggs, so the Octonauts try to help. (R)
5/52 Gèam sgoinneil - cò bhuannaicheas? Who will win at hide and seek? (R)
1/10 The three little mice play, sing and listen to a story. (R)
18/52 Brewster and Wilson try to earn their Emergency badges by helping Emery. (R)
2/14 Dad gives Grandpa's old piggy bank to Mr Mentor the Inventor. (R)
13/26 Jack remembers the story of the magic shell that made food - and why the sea is salty!
26/26 Abney is trying to write poems, but Teal just wants to make noise! (R)
Jonas Armstrong reads Tom's Clockwork Dragon, by Jonathan Emmett and Mark Oliver. (R)
10/18 Gaelic for beginners, presented by Rhoda MacDonald. (R)
The second of three programmes with dances inspired by changes of the garden in Spring.
Episode 5 of Little Red Riding Hood.
A drama exploring issues of personal development.
4/4 Kaajel Patel finds out about child performers working in the Bollywood film industry. (R)
Film exploring the reality of childbirth in different countries. (R)
Thursday 7 February 2013