Preschool animation based on the popular children's books. Wibbly shows how his own shadow copies everything he does, but then his shadow seems to get ideas of its own. Show more
The animated adventures of three-year-old chatterbox Penelope. Penelope and her family put on a lovely musical performance. Show more
Preschool 2D animation. In colourful Toddworld it's okay to be different and stand out. Stella wishes everyone could be like her, until she has a helpful dream. Show more
Series in which a drawn line creates challenges for the unsuspecting little character Dipdap. The Line draws Dipdap a bike which he loves to ride. Show more
Stories telling how different animals got their distinctive parts. The birds trick poor old Frog into a singing duel, and his voice is reduced to a ribbit. Show more
Captain Barnacles and his intrepid band of explorers sing about underwater creatures. The Octonauts share a few fun facts about marine iguanas.
Animation series about a pair of siblings. Lola wants to do everything on her own, but can a seesaw work with only one person? Show more
A fresh look at some of the most supreme predators in the animal kingdom. A cheetah, a dragonfly and a peregrine falcon go head-to-head in a race to eat. Show more
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories and events happening at home and abroad.
Animation. Diego is beaten by Eradicator in a video game and is a sore loser. When Diego wishes to beat Eradicator, his game controller ends up controlling Ziggy. Show more
Animation. Doomageddon gets captured by the city dog catcher and is quickly adopted by Glory Guy's super-powered son, Junior! Show more
Children's animation about the friendship between Lottie, a misfit, and Nine, a cat. It's Lottie's birthday and she is unhappy. Her mother is throwing a girly party. Show more
Pete Firman hosts the game show in which contestants must wait as long as possible to answer the questions, as four children play for the star prize. Show more
Children's programme in Gaelic. The little people sing a song about the zoo.
Children's programme in Gaelic.
Animated adventures with Bob the Builder and all his friends as they construct a new, ecologically friendly town from scratch. Wendy arrives in Sunflower Valley. Show more
The adventures of two intrepid koalas who fly around the Australian outback. Lolly has made a new spinach ice-cream for the townsfolk, but Ned doesn't like it. Show more
Jess the curious cat and his farmyard friends explore the world. When Billie leaves the meadow to find her lost magnifying glass, Baa is lonely. Show more
The adventures of two unlikely friends. Big has a bad dream, so he locks it away inside his dream catcher box, but Small opens it and the dream escapes. Show more
Panel show for puppets, hosted by walrus Walter Flipstick. Contestants include carrot student Melanie Wiggles and nut expert Karl the chinchilla. Show more
Comedy drama featuring a shrinking grandpa. When a big cruise ship breaks down in Sunnysands, Mum invites the captain to come to stay. Show more
Sarah-Jane and Go-Joe inspire children to have a go at exciting activities. Sarah-Jane takes Go-Joe and his friends Isla and Oliver to learn some theatre skills. Show more
Puppet alpacas Nuzzle and Scratch now work at Frock 'n' Roll fancy dress shop. Nuzzle and Scratch are in a tall tower, waiting to be rescued by a handsome prince. Show more
Series in which a drawn line creates challenges for the little character, Dipdap. The Line draws Dipdap a key. He uses it to wind up clockwork objects. Show more
Animated series set in the magical land of Nara. Yojojo gets hiccups after spinning around too much, so the other Piplings and Cheebies help him to find a cure. Show more
Children's programme. The Tombliboos play music very loudly, and Makka Pakka has to use his trumpet through Upsy Daisy's megaphone to be heard. Show more
Classic animated shorts featuring the Pink Panther and friends including Reel Pink, Les Miserobots and Smile Pretty Say Pink. Show more
Andrew Neil and Anita Anand are here with the top political stories of the day and are joined by Michael Fallon, Chuka Umunna and Norman Lamb.
Zeinab Badawi presents international news and intelligent analysis going live to the heart of the day's top global story. Plus up-to-the-minute global business news.
This listing contains language that some may find offensive.
This listing contains language that some may find offensive.
Series following the emergency services. We hear the 999 call made by a three-year-old which saves his mother's life and see RNLI lifeguards rescue a football team from the sea. Show more
Experts Mark Stacey and Charlie Ross hunt out the hidden gems of Crawley, while presenter Paul Martin tries his hand at bowling with fifteen-time World Champion Tony Allcock. Show more
Antiques challenge. Phil Serrell takes on David Harper to see who can make the most money buying and selling antiques from Swinderby antiques fair. Show more
Quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else can think of. Show more
Artists from all over the UK compete for a spot at an exhibition and sale at the Royal College of Art. Will Ronnie Shahmoon succeed with his work made out of plugs and sockets? Show more
Dermot Murnaghan 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
Beginning with their starters, the Scotland chefs, Michael Smith, Philip Carnegie and Tony Singh battle it out with dishes including Kentucky fried rabbit. Show more
Evan Davis uncovers the scarcely believable stories of how some of the world's most successful businesses have made monumental mistakes. Show more
Series following the surgeons of the Oxford Craniofacial Unit. The children treated in this episode include seven-year-old Salina, who has Toulouse Lautrec syndrome. Show more
Newsnight Scotland reports on a crisis in Unionism. Do the opposition parties have enough left in them to find and articulate a new vision? Presented by Isabel Fraser.
Richard Hammond looks at how Dubai's sail-shaped hotel Burj Al Arab was built, including creating sea defences and coping with steel expansion due to extreme heat. Show more
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel, with bulletins on the hour and the headlines every 15 minutes.