Gemma Hunt presents the sixth programme in this series of Together.
A story and music for movement: a hamster encounters some surprising animals.
Ralph van Dijk returns with a quiz with questions about rounding numbers up and down.
Episode 6 of Oliver Twist.
Using stunning CGI, this is a fantastic voyage through the most amazing organism on Earth. (R)
1/5 This beautifully animated parable explores the concept of identity.
2/5 Explores the concept of ownership of natural resources and whether they can be shared.
3/5 A boy finds a ring of invisibility and must decide what to do with it.
4/5 Three friends want to go on a quest, but first they have to work out who is carrying what.
5/5 A scorpion asks a frog to help her across the river. Can she stop herself stinging him?
1/3 Child-led documentary exploring the exciting and busy port of Rotterdam. (R)
In Holland, Joey is preparing for his first ever junior boxing fight. (R)
24/50 De Li looks for a friend for a flower which has bloomed in a large field all on its own. (R)
10/26 Scotty the puffin thinks that Carmen the crab doesn't want to be his friend anymore. (R)
25/30 Tig hates all the splashing at the swimming pool. (R)
26/50 The Octonauts share a few fun facts about the beluga whales. (R)
7/26 Panzee loves the cello and is thrilled when Julian Lloyd Webber agrees to a duet with her. (R)
10/26 Squiglet demonstrates how to write the letter 'j'.
7/26 P, E and N take on a pesky pen, who can draw anything it wants to escape them. (R)
10/20 4 flies out and discovers that the Numbertaker is halving the number of things. (R)
10/25 Mr Tumble has grown so many vegetables that he decides to go to the harbour to sell them. (R)
1/20 The ZingZillas dance up a storm in Thunder and Lightning. (R)
1/26 Mister Maker tries to make a dinky drum in under a minute. (R)
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10/26 Katy makes scrunchy crunchy chicken for a banquet at the castle. (R)
42/52 Precious finds a camera and sets out to discover what the photos are of and who took them. (R)
16/26 Muffin spends a day with her daddy, who is the tree superintendent. (R)
11/26 The Birds don't like Frog's singing voice, so they trick him into a singing duel. (R)
10/26 Squiglet demonstrates how to write the letter 'j'. (R)
10/26 Baby Jake and Nibbles the Rabbit go on a countryside adventure and play waving. (R)
8/26 Drum has gone missing, so her friends look for her. (R)
15/25 Nina investigates how a DVD works - with the help of all her sense neurons. (R)
9/13 Ariela's unwillingness to share her nectar spells disaster for everyone. (R)
30/52 Wilson is sent to a mystery location and needs to find his way home. (R)
14/14 Mr Whoops is getting married, but Great Aunt Loretta is determined to interfere. (R)
10/26 Jack recalls the time that he and Salty set off to find the end of the rainbow. (R)
16/26 Abney, Teal, Neep and the Poc-Pocs have a great time playing with Bop's musical creations. (R)
33/50 Nok Tok's Anything Machine makes a big, blue, bongleberry bubble.
Stephen Graham reads The Very Helpful Hedgehog by Rosie Wellesley. (R)
We all have memories but do we share some of those, socially or collectively? If so, why?
BBC World Service
Saturday 23 February 2013