Animation. It is Patrick the penguin's birthday and there is a surprise party in store. Eager to help, Harry offers to make a cake. Show more
Preschool stop-frame animation set on the second-to-last moon of the Milky Way. It is a very hot day and the gang find that the leaves from the moon trees are gone. Show more
Animated adventures of a lamb at nursery school. Timmy cannot decide what instrument to play at band practice, so he hangs on to all of them and causes chaos. Show more
Children's animation in which the trains talk, think and do not need drivers. Hoot and Toot are double-ended shunting chuggers but Hoot wants to be in front for once. Show more
Mixed-media animation for young children. Pinky helps a lost chicken find her way to a birthday party. Show more
The Gastronuts explore how our senses can change our experience of the food we eat, and visit a restaurant where meals are served in the dark. Show more
Animation featuring the wayward boy and his dog. Dennis needs to beat Walter at a computer game in order to rescue Pieface and Curly from after-school club. Show more
Cartoon capers. When the Mystery Machine crashes into the Happy Humour Ice Cream factory, the kids become involved in another mystery. Show more
Series set inside a games console. Aethelwynne has a goblin puzzle lock to solve but cannot concentrate while the excitable puppies from an online dog show run riot. Show more
Comedy prank series. Luke and his dad take their friend Tom for an afternoon of fishing at a local lake, where they have an encounter with a sea monster. Show more
Diddy Dick and Dom live in a pink cupboard. Nobody knows they live there, which is probably just as well!
Entertainment show in which entertainers enter a mock prison. Marvellous Marvin has 'the greatest act the world has ever seen'. Or does he?
Sketch show. Vic and his team work out the chances of dinosaurs ever returning to roam the Earth and find out if robots will ever take over the world.
Series featuring working animals. As the chief taste tester for a cat food company, lucky Lilly has put her seal of approval on an all-new recipe. Show more
Game show filled with medieval, messy madness. Tinkor's tactic in the final round almost destroys Kookaburra! Show more
Wildlife shorts. In this aerial encounter Steve gets airborne, paragliding with the incredible black eagle. Unlike the eagle, Steve comes down to earth with a bump.
Hacker T Dog has managed to get his own TV programme! Hacker tries to trick a teenage heart-throb into the studio, and returns for the final time to Downstairs Abbey. Show more
When the humans are away the OOglies play! When Grumpy Ball receives a gift, he wonders if he has misjudged his bouncy brother. Mr Strawberry finally crosses the kitchen canyon. Show more
Match of the Day spin-off show with the latest from the world of footie as well as top players and pundits. Show more
Patrick Moore takes us on a speed-of-light journey to the ends of our known universe, stopping en-route to take in the view, celebrating 55 years of The Sky at Night. Show more
Musical comedy starring Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. After accidentally setting fire to a circus, a pair of musicians flee the police by boarding a luxury liner bound for Rio. Show more
Classic comedy about a madcap heiress (Katharine Hepburn) who makes a shambles of an absent-minded palaeontologist's life when she arrives on the scene with her pet leopard. Show more
Jules Hudson looks at the best industrial conversions featured on past programmes, including a converted flour mill and a 17th-century weavers' cottage. Show more
Paul Martin presents an extended programme in which the cities of Winchester and Worcester go head-to-head to find the best antiques to sell at auction. Show more
An Easter commemoration. The world famous choir of King's College, Cambridge, performs pieces by Handel, Tchaikovsky, Fauré, Franck, Mendelssohn, Vaughan Williams and others. Show more
Classic sitcom featuring the Home Guard of Walmington-on-Sea. The platoon is sent a huge naval gun - but how does it work? What's more, where is it pointing?
Documentary looking at the neglected aspect of the Titanic story - the iceberg. Where did it come from, and what was it doing in the shipping lanes that fateful night? Show more
An exploration of the hold the dramatic story of the Titanic has had over the public imagination from the moment it sank on 14 April 1912. Show more
Hazel Irvine presents live third round coverage from golf's first major of 2012, the Masters from Augusta. Commentary from Peter Alliss, Ken Brown, Andrew Cotter and Wayne Grady. Show more
Sarah Millican presents a mixture of comedy and interviews inspired by TV. She looks at sports and entertainment programmes and meets Clare Balding, Beth Tweddle and Louie Spence. Show more
Stylised satirical comedy starring Jaclyn Jonet. In a parallel America, super-confident Pixie, disinherited by her filthy rich folks, finds work in the repossession business. Show more