Professor Marcus du Sautoy presents six short films that each begin with a mystery that will be explained by a mathematical concept. Show more
Designed for GCSE business studies students, the programme goes backstage at a music festival to explain five important business concepts. Presented by Radio 1's Greg James. Show more
Pingu welcomes viewers to his secret whale-shaped funhouse for sketches and two classic episodes: Pingu's Ice Sculptures and Pingu and the Abominable Snowman. Show more
The adventures of Zigby the Zebra and his friends. When Zara's sandcastle disappears, Zigby promises to find out where it's gone. Show more
Animated adventures of a lamb at nursery school. Timmy and Finlay both have their hearts set on a toy plane, so they try to raise enough buttons to buy it. Show more
Animated series about dirtgirl and her friends. Once a year, beneath the golden glow of the harvest moon, the most wonderful thing happens: the Creepy Crawly Concert. Show more
Stop-motion series featuring a crime-fighting special agent who plays in a reggae band. Odd diversions prevent a musical legend from performing with the Easy Crew. Show more
Animal action with Johny Pitts and Rani Price. With a baby boom in the parks, which is the cutest? And meet the disabled lioness and find out why she had swimming lessons as a cub. Show more
Animation. Voltar enters Doomageddon in the neighbourhood pet contest, where he meets his match in a particularly vicious bunny. Show more
Animated comedy shorts. Leon may be the king of blunders, but this lion never gives up! Leon tries to get rid of some dung beetles who are using his rock to store dung.
Animation about the friendship between Lottie, a misfit, and Nine, a cat. When Castle Frankenstein disappears, Nine makes a new life in the village. Show more
3D animation about a pink owl. Appreciating the fresh sea air, the Owl is perched on top of a pine tree, but must share his space with a kite.
Wildlife show. Brayden and Carina handle wriggling reptiles, and Harriet and Luke have a go at being donkey doctors. Show more
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Show for preschool children. Nina joins Anna and Keir at Loch Ness to find the monster, as they don't know which sense would be most use in finding Nessie.
The comic adventures of two unlikely best friends. Big wants to write a story just for Small. Big, however, cannot find the right words to put onto the paper. Show more
Stories telling a young audience how animals got their distinctive parts. Zebra tries on a black coat to hide better in the savannah, but it is too tight. Show more
Series about a teddy bear with a big imagination. Charley's shadow starts off as a fun playmate but soon causes him problems. Show more
Animation featuring Raa Raa, who lives in the Jingly Jangly Jungle. Topsy sets out to make her own book for story time, but it all goes wrong.
Cartoon adventures of builder Bob and his friends. Benny and Scrambler want to delay Farmer Pickles and his hay delivery so that Bob can get the farm storerooms built. Show more
The adventures of Frank and Buster, two intrepid koalas in the Australian outback. Mitzi offends Sammy when she says that the spoons are not a real instrument. Show more
Preschool stop-frame animation set on the second-to-last moon of the Milky Way. Jim and Ripple install new blue landing lights at the moonport. Show more
Series in which a drawn line creates challenges for the little character Dipdap. The Line draws Dipdap a tent, but each time he settles down, he is disturbed by a creature. Show more
Children's quiz. The Kerwhizz Ker-westion characters have their own toy factory. Which of the three terrific teams will find their way past the many machines?
Driver Dan goes on an exciting journey to Story Corner. Loopy wants to join in a mime game but he's not very good at mime because he can never stay silent. 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
The Pontipines go to meet the Wottingers. The Wottingers are not in. Where could they be? The Pontipines go looking for them around the garden. Show more
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Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn are joined by Conservative MP David Davis. We discuss the Olympic preparations and how well David Cameron is managing his party.
Dr Jonathan Foyle scales Britain's most iconic structures to reveal the buildings' secrets. Jonathan's journey takes him to Burghley House in Lincolnshire. Show more
Property series. Jonny Benarr and Ed Hall have an unusual day in Sidmouth, going house hunting and swimming.
Anne Robinson presents the quick-fire general knowledge quiz in which contestants eliminate the weakest team member at the end of each round. Show more
Competition for a spot at a grand exhibition at the Mall Galleries, featuring a former engineer, an ambitious teenage sculptor and an 18-year-old English student. Show more
The Hairy Bikers get on their bikes to find the best of each county's larder. Si and Dave explore Cheshire, where they visit a smokehouse. Show more
The Flog It! team travel to sunny Tavistock. Just down the road in Buckfastleigh, presenter Paul Martin pops into the pub that never called time. Show more
Auctioneer Jonathan Pratt is determined to spend, spend, spend, as he and rival Charles Hanson tear around Chorley, Leyland and Preston buying and selling antiques.
Jeremy Vine hosts a general knowledge quiz in which teams from all over the UK battle to beat the Eggheads. Show more
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Nick Hewer helps struggling farms diversify. Here, he tries to get an organic mixed farm and a tearoom to work together to create new products. Show more
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Series exploring the history of the Olympics through the stories of athletes, here looking at the evolution of swimming and the development of its four different strokes. Show more
Kate Humble and Professor Iain Stewart present live from Kilauea on Hawaii. Broadcasting from the summit crater, they look to the future of volcanic forecasting. Show more
Jacques Peretti examines assumptions about what is and is not healthy. He also looks at how product marketing can seduce consumers into buying supposed 'healthy foods'. Show more
Topical comedy. Dara O Briain and regulars Chris Addison, Hugh Dennis and Andy Parsons look back over the week's events with guests Josh Widdicombe and Miles Jupp. Show more
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In-depth investigation and analysis of the stories behind the day's headlines with Eddie Mair.
Hazel Irvine presents highlights of the first day's action from Castle Stuart. Luke Donald returns to defend his title, with Padraig Harrington and Louis Oosthuizen also competing. Show more
Mark Kermode is in Bexhill-on-Sea, the setting for a new sculpture from artist Richard Wilson which recreates the final scene in cult movie The Italian Job. Show more
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BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel, with bulletins on the hour and the headlines every 15 minutes.
Exploring the British legal system in a new way, as young people from UK state schools take on the roles of barrister, defendant, witness, jury, court reporter and court artist. Show more