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)
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