Pingu welcomes viewers to his whale-shaped funhouse for sketches, Penguin Facts and two classic episodes: Pingu and the School Pet, and Pingu Gets Carried Away. Show more
Children's animation with siblings Charlie and Lola. Lola has her first wobbly tooth. She does not want a big gap in her teeth. Show more
Animated adventures of a lamb at nursery school. Stripey dresses up just like Timmy but finds that he isn't much good at being a Timmy twin. Show more
Children's animation with the trains that talk, think and don't need drivers. Puffer Pete's firebox is completely worn out and he cannot move without it. Show more
Mixed media animation for young children. Pinky Dinky Doo lives with her parents and brother Tyler. Pinky and Tyler save Great Big City from a very hungry Miggy Monster. Show more
Wildlife series. Featuring a special report on the three baby gorillas that were hand-reared in Kent and are now learning to live in the jungle in West Africa. Show more
Animation. Voltar raids the mall's wishing well for coins to spend at the arcade. But when a wave of bad luck hits him, he has to get them back somehow. Show more
Animated comedy shorts. A monkey is honking the horn of an abandoned jeep. Annoyed, Leon pushes the jeep and the jeep starts up its engine and makes chase. Show more
Children's animation about the friendship between Lottie, a misfit, and Nine, a cat. Lottie and Nine plan a sleepover, but Mum asks Lottie to babysit. Show more
Daily news magazine keeping young viewers up to date on the latest stories and events happening at home and abroad.
Children's science series. Ed and Oucho travel to Oxfordshire to build a Flosserama - a spinning machine that makes candyfloss for Briony and Amelia. Show more
Children's programme in Gaelic. Na Daoine Beaga have a song about healthy food.
Animation about a monster who makes her drawings real. Here, Sgrìobag draws a monster called Uilleam, who is excited about a sleepover at Granny's cave. Show more
Bruno shares his favourite snack with the pink cow.
Stories about how different animals became distinctive. There is a honey shortage in Tinga Tinga and something has to be done. Luckily, Tortoise has a cunning plan. Show more
Series about a teddy bear with a big imagination. Charley swims underwater with the fish, listens to a clam orchestra and meets Bellarina the mermaid. Show more
Stop-frame animation featuring Raa Raa, who lives in the Jingly Jangly Jungle. Raa Raa has spotted an exciting new thing. What could it be? Show more
Bob and the Can Do Crew are in Fixham Harbour ready for new building adventures. It is Fixham History Day and Dickie Olivier, the famous actor, puts on a show. Show more
The adventures of Frank and Buster, two intrepid young koalas on a mission to help other creatures in the Australian outback. Alice can't cure her hiccups. Show more
A band of primate friends play music in their tropical island paradise. The ZingZillas play a thunder-and-lightning song with timpani player Colin Currie. Show more
Explorer Nat has fun with the Iconicles and learns about the worlds in which they live. Skye, Twinkle and Rumple visit the Four Wonders of the Wild Wilderness. Show more
Join a loveable cast of animated friends on a journey to Story Corner. Hop wants to take part in the dance show but she can't get her special dance right. Show more
Animated series set in the magical land of Nara. De Li stands on a box to reach some plumatoes on a tree, but when she gets back from Yogo the box has gone. Show more
In a magical forest, characters have adventures. Igglepiggle is dancing in the garden when his blanket falls on top of the Pontipine house. Show more
The latest international news from the BBC.
Jo Coburn discusses the Nato summit, employers' red tape and parallels with the old SDP and present day Lib Dems with Lord Owen. Plus a look at the week ahead with a panel of MPs. Show more
Chris Packham presents a guide to the UK's wildlife hotspots. He heads for the uplands to show you how to spot the mysterious mountain animals of the Cairngorms. Show more
Two amateur cooks go head-to-head to see if they can create a restaurant in their own homes for one night. Fine dining goes up against an upmarket bistro. Show more
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
The team search for the relatives of a retired British army captain who died in Malta, and the relatives of a Lithuanian Jewish immigrant who may have anglicised their family name. Show more
The bikers continue their journey through time, celebrating British food. They explore the history behind the boom in pub food and snacks and recreate mouthwatering dishes. Show more
Paul Martin and experts David Barby and Elizabeth Talbot are in Skegness. David finds a collection of ethnic jewellery which includes an exquisite gold snake bangle. Show more
Antiques challenge where experts go head-to-head to raise money for a charity of their choice. Paul Hayes takes on auctioneer Charlie Ross at his own game at an Essex saleroom. 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
Mark Radcliffe returns with an array of treasures from the TOTP vaults including delights from the Bee Gees, Supertramp, Wham and a hitherto unseen Emeli Sande performance. Show more
Chefs battle for the chance to cook an Olympic banquet. Richard Davies, James Sommerin and Stephen Terry kick things off with their starters, including quail ravioli. Show more
Alan Titchmarsh looks at some of 2012's most memorable show garden designs. James Alexander Sinclair joins the royal party as they visit the show in this special jubilee year. Show more
Paul Elston tells the story of how British officers gave the Japanese the knowhow to take out Pearl Harbor and capture Singapore. Show more
A selection of rock anthems, including performances from Alice Cooper, The Faces, Nazareth, Bad Company, AC/DC, Thin Lizzy and Black Sabbath. Show more
Comprehensive coverage of the day's important national and international news stories presented by Gordon Brewer.
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel, with bulletins on the hour and the headlines every 15 minutes.
Tanya Arnold presents highlights of matches in the Stobart Super League. Huddersfield meet Wigan at the Galpharm, while Leeds take on St Helens in a repeat of last season's final. Show more
Charles Dickens hosts a chat show. He is joined by fundraising virtuoso Doctor Thomas Barnardo to discuss the Victorian phenomenon of the workhouse. Show more
Charles Dickens hosts a chat show looking at 19th-century topics. In this episode, he is joined by Mary Seacole and Florence Nightingale to discuss Victorian health. Show more
Charles Dickens hosts a chat show. In this episode, he is joined by reforming peer Lord Shaftesbury to discuss child labour. Show more