Songs and rhymes to join in with…and the story ‘Tiddalick’.
Ben Faulks celebrates another special day - St David's Day.
Andy Day is back with another Playtime. And today Andy is on two wheels.
A collection of music linking to geography and the study of a developing country.
Presenter Pips Taylor explores why so many rapes go unreported in the UK. (R)
1/5 Why do marketing campaigns usually use super skinny, super tall, super young white girls? (R)
3/5 A look back at the history of body image ideals - it is not just a 21st-century obsession. (R)
4/5 DJ Goldierocks reveals just how much goes into creating a single fashion photo. (R)
5/5 A look at how to improve body image confidence in young people. (R)
Real-life stories of young people who have sought refuge in the UK. (R)
3/4 Charles Dickens and reforming peer Lord Shaftesbury discuss child labour. (R)
21/50 Yojojo wants to share his beautiful twinkler show with the other Piplings. (R)
7/26 Nat promises to sit in for the drummer of his friend's band. (R)
22/30 When Tig's dad goes to hospital, Woolly helps Tig understand about hospitals and patients. (R)
23/50 The Octonauts share a few fun facts about the sailfish. (R)
4/26 Todd disguises himself as his Auntie Dot when she cannot make it to the Big Zing. (R)
7/26 Squiglet demonstrates how to write the letter g.
21/26 K can kick but C can't. They team up for CK vs The Sock. (R)
7/20 Numbers 4 and 3 are in the gym when 5 discovers that Spooky Spoon is causing trouble. (R)
7/25 Justin is off to meet a beaver scout and help the children earn a badge. (R)
18/20 The ZingZillas show ZingBoppers how to dance to the song, Todd's Technology. (R)
23/25 Mister Maker tries to beat the clock and make cake case creatures in under a minute. (R)
7/26 Katy makes a sticky chocolate cake and has a picnic in the garden. (R)
39/52 Loopy wants to join in a mime game, but he's not very good at mime. (R)
13/26 Elliot gets stuck aboard a runaway Muffin Express. (R)
7/26 How Warthog stopped being the prettiest beast in Tinga Tinga. (R)
7/26 Squiglet demonstrates how to write the letter g. (R)
7/26 Baby Jake and the Hamsternauts go on a space adventure and play musical statues. (R)
3/26 Drum wants to make clippity clop noises, but is not sure how to make them. (R)
12/25 Nina investigates how breakfast cereal is harvested - with the help of her taste neuron. (R)
23/52 Rastamouse investigates when all the library books in Grove Town go missing. (R)
27/52 Brewster and Wilson try for a badge recognising their public speaking skills. (R)
11/14 Mr Mentor announces that he's giving up inventing. (R)
7/25 It's Ernie's birthday and Shelly has made a special cake. But disaster is never far away. (R)
13/26 Abney and Teal try to work out why Neep is so excited. (R)
Lulu reads Naughty Toes by Ann Bonwill and Teresa Murfin. (R)
13/18 Gaelic for beginners presented by Rhoda MacDonald. (R)
Justin Fletcher has dances inspired by woodland life.
Episode 6. The song to learn in today's programme is about the goddess called Iduna.
The second extreme sports dance is inspired by wind-surfing and sky-diving.
Simon Armitage goes behind the scenes of some of his most famous poems. (R)
Four young people tell how an evening of drinking alcohol affected their lives.
Wednesday 20 February 2013