Songs and rhymes to join in with…and the story of ‘The rabbits and the crocodile’.
In the last programme about special days Ben Faulks find out about Mothering Sunday.
Andy Day presents another Playtime…and today he's joined by a rather large animal.
A collection of music from Indonesia for classroom use.
2/2 Stefan Gates heads into the woods of Sussex to explore sustainable energy. (R)
Four young people tell how an evening of drinking alcohol affected their lives. (R)
Rodd Christensen demonstrates addition and subtraction.
14/20 A wonderful variety of birds of paradise in the wild: exotic and beautiful.
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)
3/30 Tig goes to the zoo to see a Panda but is more interested in buying a toy panda.
37/50 The Octonauts share a few fun facts about arctic orcas. (R)
18/26 Zak reads fanmail saying he is the world's best singer and the praise goes to his head. (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.
17/20 In the cosy room, 3 and 4 argue over entertaining 5's buddy blocks. (R)
17/25 Mr Tumble takes photographs of Aunt Polly and Grandad Tumble. (R)
2/25 Chris and Pui discover all sorts of gadgets that beep. (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)
17/26 Katy makes celebration cornet cakes and has a birthday picnic. (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)
13/26 L discovers that bath time is more fun when you double up. (R)
4/30 Tig is learning to play the piano with Mr Tonka. (R)
17/26 Baby Jake and Pengy Quin go on a snowy adventure and play cuddling. (R)
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)
3/26 Tom and Twigs get a crash course in being ranchers as they lead an epic baby beetle drive. (R)
37/52 Hoot and Toot learn about setting priorities for their First Things First badge. (R)
8/25 Papa Jim talks with his grandson James about what it was like being a fireman. (R)
17/26 Jack remembers a very bumpy day when the sea was covered in seaweed.
8/26 It is a boiling hot day; too hot to do anything apart from eat ice-cream and go swimming. (R)
3/100 Everybody goes for a ride in the Ninky Nonk except Makka Pakka, who gets left behind. (R)
Jonas Armstrong reads Guess What I Found in Dragon Wood. (R)
17/18 Gaelic for beginners presented by Rhoda MacDonald. (R)
Justin Fletcher has dances inspired by the theme of eggs.
Episode 8. A chance to practise the songs in either the full vocal or backing track versions.
The second of three special street dance programmes with contributions from members of the dance group Diversity.
Radio 1 Newsbeat journalist Adina Campbell helps young people take control of their cash. (R)
Radio 1 DJ Greg James looks at the different businesses involved in music festivals. (R)
Wednesday 6 March 2013