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.
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)
1/2 Stefan Gates visits a school that uses recycled objects in many different ways. (R)
11/20 The wonder of different frogs moving around their habitat.
36/50 The Piplings help an unhappy narmole find the way back to its burrow. (R)
18/26 Nat invites Rumple the rhino over for Rumple Day, a day full of Rumple treats. (R)
5/30 Tig is scared of strange sounds in a castle.
38/50 The Octonauts share a few fun facts about slime eels. (R)
19/26 The ZingZillas play hide and seek, with the help of percussionist, Evelyn Glennie. (R)
18/26 Squiglet shows us how to write the letter 'r'.
14/26 J is convinced she's a jaybird - but she just can't seem to fly.
18/20 Things go wrong with night-time things happening in the daytime. It's Spooky at work. (R)
18/25 Justin and his friends are off to an exciting place to meet some British wildlife. (R)
3/25 There is a vegetable show going on and Teddington has brought a big leafy cabbage.
6/30 When Tig has chicken pox she finds getting better difficult, so Woolly helps her.
9/26 The Mini Makers build a remarkable robot family. (R)
18/26 Katy makes haddock puff and goes for a dog walk by the river. (R)
50/52 Everyone is amazed when Milly and Lily beat the Vrooms in a race around the story train. (R)
24/26 Mr Lovebird and Mr Beakman get very competitive at the 3rd and Bird Community Picnic. (R)
1/26 There was a time when Ostrich was covered in feathers but wasn't very good at flying. (R)
18/26 Squiglet shows us how to write the letter 'r'. (R)
14/26 J is convinced she's a jaybird - but she just can't seem to fly. (R)
6/30 When Tig has chicken pox she finds getting better difficult, so Woolly helps her. (R)
18/26 Baby Jake and Nibbles the rabbit go on a buzzy-bee adventure and help make honey. (R)
23/25 Nina investigates how things stick together with the help of Felix, her touch neuron.
8/22 Barnacles, Kwazii and Peso venture inside a whale shark. (R)
29/52 Granny and Grandpa Pig are babysitting. (R)
4/26 Ariela's impatience causes trouble for Tom and Treetopolis! (R)
11/52 Tha an aileag air Deòrsa - òbh! George has the hiccups. (R)
5/10 The three little mice play, sing and listen to a story. (R)
38/52 Hoot and Toot must deliver their cargo before sunrise to earn their Night Chugger badges. (R)
9/25 Family friend Mary Peters talks to Anna and Erin about how she won an Olympic gold medal. (R)
18/26 Miss Bowline-Hitch loses her purse.
9/26 The Poc-Pocs have got hiccups. Teal finds the cure, but they are spreading! (R)
4/100 Upsy Daisy wants to look at flowers, but Igglepiggle wants to ride in the Ninky Nonk. (R)
Anna Maxwell Martin reads Tortoise vs Hare - The Rematch, by Preston Rutt and Ben Redlich. (R)
18/18 Gaelic for beginners presented by Rhoda MacDonald. (R)
The second of three programmes with dances inspired by pond life in Spring.
Episode 8 of Little Red Riding Hood.
A radio drama by Alan Bissett which explores belief in things we cannot see.
2/2 The geography and culture of China, as seen through the eyes of five local children.
1/2 The mountains, rivers and coastline of Germany, seen through the eyes of local children.
Thursday 7 March 2013