Four poignant short dramas written specially for children by some of Britain's leading writers. The films explore such universal themes as bravery, friendship and sibling rivalry. Show more
Animation with the hare and tortoise who teach about opposites. It is the Festival of Flight in Opposite Town, and Harry is jealous when Toto has a hot-air balloon ride. Show more
Preschool stop-frame animation featuring Lunar Jim and friends. The gang go on a treasure hunt when Jim and Eco find a map belonging to Moonbeard the pirate. Show more
Stop-frame animation featuring Raa Raa, who lives in the Jingly Jangly Jungle. Raa Raa finds he has agreed to do too many things in one day. Show more
Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. The Octonauts are on a mission to recover Captain Barnacles's lost octo-compass. Show more
Series in which a drawn line creates challenges for the unsuspecting little character Dipdap. Dipdap is sleepy and wants to doze off, but the Line has other ideas. Show more
Animation series about seven-year-old Pinky Dinky Doo who loves to make up stories. Pinky's prehistoric Grandma scares off a sabre-tooth guinea pig with her pink hair.
Wildlife series. Jessie the tapir gives the crew the runaround when they try to film her swimming. And why do the porcupines go crazy for coconuts? Show more
Animation series. Frogg puts a badometer on Red's head to teach him to be more evil. It rewards him for being bad and punishes him with electric shocks for being good. Show more
Animation. When Mimi meets an older boy, Alex, she pays no attention to Eliot and Kaytoo. To win her back, Eliot challenges Alex to a duel. Show more
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories and events happening at home and abroad.
Comedy series. Barney and Nev's camping trip is put on hold, so Nev decides to camp alone at home. But he is unprepared for company, or a sudden change in temperature. Show more
Animated comedy shorts. Leon may be the king of blunders, but this lion never gives up! The hyena has discovered a magic spring that gives incredible strength.
When Bitzer injures his foot and cannot work, the Farmer chooses the pigs to take over his role. The pigs take the opportunity to turn the farm into a porky paradise. Show more
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The Alphablocks play hide and seek.
Pop-up book adventures with the curious Abadas - Hari the hippo, Ela the fox and Seren the bat. The Abadas are playing in the forest when Ben gives them a new word. Show more
Pre-school animated fun featuring a magical world of poetry. Farmer Brown's wellies run away and he tries his best to catch them. Featuring poems by Roger McGough and Mike Jubb. Show more
Animation. A branch of the old cherry tree has broken under the weight of too much snow. Brendan tells the friends not to go near the tree. Show more
Stories about how different animals became distinctive. The noise of Elephant's snoring, Jackal's howling and Owl's twit-twooing gets too much for Mole. Show more
Driver Dan goes on an exciting journey to Story Corner. Precious has been practising so that she can join in with Milly and Lily's singing show. Show more
Jess the black-and-white cat and his farmyard friends explore the world. Mimi helps Jess camouflage himself during a game of hide-and-seek. Show more
Preschool wildlife series. Andy takes Kip to see sengis in East Africa. The super-fast sengi chases after insects at top speed. Show more
Animated fantasy adventure show. A game of hide-and-seek goes awry when Squirmtum's fear of the dark causes a disaster. Show more
The ZingZillas and DJ Loose show ZingBoppers how to dance to the ZingBop song, Ding Dong.
Animation in which the trains learn new skills and life lessons. Koko leads Brewster and Wilson in their delivery of the morning paper. Show more
Programme for preschool children combining animation with action footage. Bo, who's been boasting about his leaping ability, has an accident that's embarrassing. Show more
Animated series set in the magical land of Nara. Yojojo plays his pipes to charm a firefly out of its tree hollow and into his paper lantern. Show more
Series for young children. On a very windy day, Igglepiggle's blanket is blown into the air and the Tombliboos' trousers are blown off the line. Show more
The latest international news from the BBC.
Andrew Neil is joined by the Independent's Steve Richards and the Sunday Telegraph's Iain Martin to discuss alcohol pricing, dangerous dogs and George Osborne's 'granny tax'. Show more
Deborah, Dowager Duchess of Devonshire, and Downton Abbey actress Elizabeth McGovern discuss the books they love with Anne Robinson. Show more
A lethal mix of searing temperatures and high winds combine to fan a life-threatening forest fire in Dorset, and people are stranded in huge snow drifts in the Yorkshire Dales. Show more
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz in which contestants must decide at the end of each round which of their number should be eliminated.
Watching the work of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. A sun-seeker falls into Whitby Harbour, Steve flies into his favourite football team's ground and a farmer's wife needs treatment. Show more
Special archive edition. Paul Martin showcases his ten favourite items related to the world of sport and winning that have gone under the hammer over the series. Show more
Six players answer general knowledge questions with up to £10,000 to win. Will they stick together and share the prize or break away for themselves? Hosted by Nick Hancock. Show more
It's the final day of the competition for experts Charlie Ross and James Braxton. They spend their day in Scotland, starting in Kilbarchan and ending in Ayr for the showdown. Show more
Jeremy Vine hosts the show in which teams from all over the UK take on probably the greatest quiz team in Britain, made up of some of the country's top quiz champions. Show more
John Sergeant travels to Derbyshire and to Francis Frith's home town of Chesterfield, where he ascends the twisted spire and visits a medieval country house. Show more
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Coast ventures out to the man-made shoreline of the Netherlands. Nicholas Crane examines the great flood of 1953, and Tessa Dunlop learns about 'Tulipmania'. Show more
John Humphrys asks the questions. The subjects are Nirvana, the Thirty Years' War, the Roy Grace novels of Peter James, and the history of Everton FC since 1992. Show more
John Humphrys puts the questions. The subjects are: William Yeates Hurlstone, the Olympics in London, the What Katy Did novels of Susan Coolidge and the life of Lord Byron. Show more
As the clocks move forward, it's a busy time in the garden and the longer daylight hours present a great opportunity to get on with larger gardening projects. Show more
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Series following modern-day missionaries in Britain. Pastor John Chilimtsidya from Malawi visits David Livingstone's home town, where attendance at the local church is in decline. Show more
David Walliams and Miranda Hart present as the Sport Relief marathon continues. Celebrities featured include Zara Phillips, Sir Steve Redgrave, Louise Redknapp and Mel C. Show more
News analysis with Emily Maitlis. Alcohol, health and crime figures; Obama and the killing of a black teenager; and how Toulouse has changed the French Presidential race. Show more
Martha Kearney and guests discuss new books by Andrew Motion, Peter Carey, John O'Farrell and Ben Okri.
The National Lottery Friday night draws presented by Matt Johnson. Includes EuroMillions, UK Millionaire Raffle and Thunderball draws.
Drama about a professor who reluctantly agrees to give a lecture in New York. When he arrives in the city, he finds two illegal immigrants living in his little-used apartment. Show more
University tutor Isa and his young wife Bahar are drifting apart. Over a holiday and a trial separation they attempt to mend their lives, but honest communication is difficult. Show more