Child-led documentary revealing the geography and culture of China through the eyes of seven local children. Includes a look at life in the metropolis of Shanghai. Show more
The adventures of Zigby the Zebra and his friends. When bedtime snacks start disappearing, Zigby must find out who the Midnight Snacker is. Show more
Animated adventures of Louie and his friend Yoko, who draws lots of exciting things. Yoko organises a tea party, but she's forgotten the cake. What can they do? Show more
Stop-frame animation about Tiny and his Little Robot friends. Tiny builds a replica of himself to keep the Robobirds away from Stripy's plants. Show more
Cartoon series about Lucy, who lives next door to a zoo. Boris the Bear has lost his honeycomb, so his friends help him retrace his steps. Show more
Children's animation in which the trains talk, think and don't need drivers. Dunbar is leaving Chuggington for a while, so the trainees get a new teacher. Show more
Stop-motion series featuring a crime-fighting special agent who plays in a reggae band. The Easy Crew must stop a messy mouse dumping rubbish all over the island. Show more
Adventure reality show. The boys face the treacherous Moving Target Island Challenge at the terrifying Skeleton Falls, but have they done enough to beat the girls.
Animation. The Great Voltar sets his sights on destroying the beloved morning meal of breakfast, but his plan to use an invinci-ray to make eggs uncrackable backfires. Show more
Children's animation featuring the little kid with the wild imagination. Eliot draws a portrait of Mimi. The drawing is so good, Brigitte asks him if Mimi is his muse. Show more
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories and events happening at home and abroad.
Children's animated series about a group of teenage sleuths and their cowardly dog. The gang visit a Transylvanian castle and run into a real-life vampire.
Animated comedy shorts. Leon uses a belly-dancing lizard to try and hypnotize a springbok into falling under his spell and becoming his prey. Show more
Panel show for puppets, hosted by walrus Walter Flipstick. The contestants include exotic showbird Miss Honkover and the very shy Ken Koala. Show more
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Scientist Nina and her young experimenters discover how substances change and react. Nina investigates why it is important to drink milk. Show more
Katy Ashworth cooks up a feast of food fun in her kitchen. Katy and her friends make a simple fish dish, with peas.
Animated adventures of two friends who live on an island in the middle of the big city. It is a beautiful day, and Abney is inspired to make some art. Show more
Animation featuring Raa Raa, who lives in the Jingly Jangly Jungle. Topsy is trying to read, but Raa Raa and the other animals are making too much noise. Show more
Preschool animation about an all-too-human elephant family. Luke is worried about staying at Granny and Grandpa's until he discovers Dad's old toys. Show more
Two intrepid young koalas fly around the Australian outback helping people. Archie's friends discover that he is not the best listener. Show more
Animated series about dirtgirl and her friends. It is time for another Creepy Crawly Conga and dirtgirl is going to make sure the chickens don't ruin it this time. Show more
Animation in which the trains learn new skills and life lessons. Wilson has to use the camera car in three different ways to earn his Chug and Click badge. Show more
Puppet alpacas Nuzzle and Scratch work at Frock 'n' Roll fancy dress shop. Dressed as robots, Nuzzle and Scratch help van owner Dan clean his dirty van. Show more
Driver Dan goes on an exciting journey to Story Corner. Hip and Hop are painting a picture of a big dinosaur. It has different coloured feet and lots of red spots. Show more
Series set in the magical land of Nara. Lau Lau wants to draw a picture of a bird but Nok Tok's Anything Machine keeps making loud noises which scare it away. Show more
Series for young children set in a magical forest. The Pinky Ponk gets stuck in a tree and tips up. Everybody slides up and down and the Pinky Ponk breaks free. Show more
The latest international news from the BBC.
Carole Walker has the big political stories of the day with guests Margaret Hodge MP and economist Vicky Pryce, plus a look ahead to Labour's party conference in Manchester.
Anne Robinson is joined by actor Phil Davis and journalist Rosie Boycott, who pick their favourite books and discuss why they have been important to them throughout their lives. Show more
It is To B&B or Not to B&B as Simon O'Brien and Jonnie Irwin look at three businesses in Weymouth for a mother and her son.
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.
Families sample life down under. David Andrews and Rob Boraston must decide if Wellington can offer them the new start Rob dreams of after long-term illness. Show more
Rav Wilding looks at the work of the Yorkshire Air Ambulance. A man's leg is crushed by a seven-tonne digger and there is an accident in one of Britain's biggest caves. Show more
Paul Martin and experts Kate Bateman and Philip Serrell uncover a variety of local treasures in the coastal town of Whitby, including an ironstone china jug and a war club. Show more
Antiques show. Paul Hayes and Eric Knowles face the Showdown Auction. Which of them will be crowned the winner for their respective charities? 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
World War II stories of ordinary people doing extraordinary things. Jules Hudson discovers the bonds formed between American paratroopers and the people of Nottingham. Show more
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Antiques experts compete to make the most money at auction. Charlie Ross and James Braxton hunt for antiques starting in Blairgowrie, Perthshire. Show more
John Humphrys asks questions on the contenders' specialist subjects of Sir Ian Botham, Caspar David Friedrich, Guns N' Roses and the Hornblower novels of CS Forester. Show more
Monty Don demonstrates a quick and easy way to prune shrub roses and meets a self-sufficient vegan gardener, finding out how he grows vegetables for maximum nutrition and flavour. Show more
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The real history of Britain's servants. Dr Pamela Cox looks at the grand houses of the Victorian ruling elite - estates dependent on an army of staff. Show more
Quiz show. Stephen Fry looks at journeys with Cal Wilson, Rob Brydon, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies.
Sanchia Berg reveals what Ofqual told exam boards about GCSE grades this summer. And is it time to bin Page 3 girls? Harriet Harman talks to a former deputy editor of The Sun.
Joining Jools Holland are Muse, who perform songs from their sixth studio album The 2nd Law, The Beach Boys, Public Image Limited, The XX and Natalie Duncan. Show more
Hazel Irvine presents highlights from Medinah Country Club, Illinois, of the first day's play at the 39th Ryder Cup. The European team begin their defence of the title. Show more
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel, with bulletins on the hour and the headlines every 15 minutes.