Sing along with the Tweenies. Bella, Milo, Jake, Doodles and Fizz sing Down in the Jungle.
3D animation about a pink owl. On Halloween night, the Owl discovers a pumpkin on its branch. Everything would be okay, if the pumpkin didn't come with complimentary bats.
Gaelic language children's programme. Paids's ball has come apart and he has nothing to play with. Blàrag helps him make a new toy. Show more
Series of short programmes, in which the Tweenies give children safety tips. Izzles is bitten by an unfriendly dog.
Maths show for seven- to nine-year-olds. What's the difference between translated and reflected patterns? And what's a tessellation? Maths Man explores. Show more
A look at Trinidad and Tobago, and Dominica. The Bradbury family make the most of the dry season during their holiday in Tobago. Show more
Science for five- to seven-year-olds. How materials can change, as cars get a second chance at the race track and sand is transformed into glass.
Science for five- to seven-year-olds. How elephants use pushing force to reach acacia leaves, and how even shallow water can be dangerous.
Educational series for 3- to 7-year-old deaf children, using British Sign Language.
Nurses come together to reminisce and share stories of their experiences of the profession in the postwar years.
Ray Stubbs introduces highlights from the best of 33 frame semi-finals.
The Twenties in Colour
Episode 4: Far East: Expeditions to Empires
1 hour on BBC Two Scotland
Series examining Albert Kahn's 'Archives of the Planet' photography project. A record of economic and cultural life in the Far East from 1914-1928. Show more
John is challenged to film strictly come sky dancers, Bill compares his wild vocal side with wildlife's musical champions and Chris is flat out on a peat bog listening for waders. Show more
Ben Fogle has been forced to turn down several applicants for his life changing treks, many of them deserving adventurers. They are offered another chance in this episode. Show more
Jenny Powell and Ian Blandford are in the county of Dick Turpin fame to plunder the Essex property market to unearth a little treasure for a lady from Liverpool. Show more