Geography programme for primary schools. William meets his friend Emily and they explore a cave in Yorkshire. Inside the cave they discover lots of different rock formations. Show more
Six classic fairy tales are reimagined and retold through dance, movement and animation, without dialogue and with specially composed music. Show more
Preschool magazine programme with songs, rhymes, surprise guests, and things to make. Food and houses in the Tikkabilla house with Sarah-Jane and Tamba.
Children's series based around the small island community of Balamory in Scotland. Everyone is helping out at the Balamory bazaar. Show more
Children's animation with the brother and his little sister. It's Lola's first school sports day and she enters the egg-and-spoon race. Show more
Animated series about the Cloudbabies, who look after the sky. It's morning and the Cloudbabies go about their jobs, but they manage to get their Skyhorsies dirty. Show more
Rosie lives in a playhouse with her friends. Raggles is planning a party to thank Rosie for being such a special friend. But Rosie ruins her own surprise. Show more
Animated adventures with Bob and friends as they construct an eco-town. Bob is busy turning the Dome into a visitors' centre but his vehicles have deserted him. Show more
Children's animation. The chuggers make deliveries out of town and come across a mysterious old track that leads to Old Chuggington, now a ghost town. Show more
Animated deep sea adventures with Captain Barnacles and his explorers. When Kwazii and Peso are shipwrecked on an island, they meet a fish who walks on land. Show more
Animation. It's a perfect day for a picnic in the garden - until Doodle spoils things by being too bitey with the cake. Show more
Live-action children's show. Tig's mum and dad are having a very busy day. Tig cannot understand why they will not pay her any attention. Show more
Animated series about a young knight in training. Mike makes things up to get everyone's attention while they are busy with preparations for a party. Show more
Gaelic children's programme. The Little People sing us a song about faces.
Children's series. Bruno learns to skip with green crocodiles. Let's count how many times he jumps!
Gaelic children's programme.
The cheeky Numtums make number learning fun! Numtum Number Ten juggles ten sweeties, and turns cartwheels in the air in her aeroplane. Show more
Pop-up book adventures with the curious Abadas: Hari the hippo, Ela the fox and Seren the bat. Ela is staging a magic show for her friends. Show more
Educational fun. Z has left the others in charge while he has a nap, but before long disaster strikes and Alphaland needs colouring in again. Show more
Children's poetry series. The crew detect a signal from Rhyme Recruits about to perform a poem in Armagh and blast off to join them. Show more
Children's language programme. It is French bug Jargonaise's turn to impress Lingo and the children with a Big Bug Show. Show more
Educational series using Makaton sign language. Justin goes to a magical garden with his friends to listen, smell and look around. Show more
Chris and Pui explore in their magical playroom in the sky. Chris wears blue trousers and blue trainers, and he even has blue hair. Twinkle the little star visits. Show more
Gardener Mr Bloom welcomes a team of young helpers who tend to his plants and produce. Mr Bloom explains how plants use their roots to drink water. Show more
Scotland's countryside magazine. Dougie takes the helm of a simulator at the newly opened Scottish Maritime Academy and Patrick McGlinchey has another lesson in woodland crafts. Show more
Andrew Neil and Jo Coburn with live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions and the latest political news and interviews, including MPs Alan Duncan and Margaret Curran. Show more
The magazine show for the deaf community follows hot rod racer Leigh Nicholl as he prepares for the Irish Championship. Also featured are singer Katherine Mount and her son Ethan. Show more
Actor and presenter Tony Robinson makes an appeal on behalf of RICE: The Research Institute for the Care of Older People. The film features author Sir Terry Pratchett. Show more
Mark Horton is on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne, reliving the first Viking raid on our shores. He hears how the Norsemen galvanised the warring Anglo-Saxon kingdoms. Show more
Coverage of some of the day's debates in the Scottish Parliament.
Did Lyn Horn and her daughter's week in Adelaide convince them that emigrating would be worth the pain? A year on, where is the Horn family living? Show more
Amongst the treasures unearthed by experts Philip Serrell and Michael Baggott in Derby are a station wall clock, a unique collection of razors and a working toy train set. Show more
Antiques challenge. James Braxton and David Harper go head to head at an antiques fair in Lincolnshire in an all out pursuit of profit for charity. Show more
Dermot Murnaghan hosts the quiz show. Can a team from The Archers including Tim Bentinck, Andrew Wincott, Rachel Atkins, and Charlotte Martin triumph over the Eggheads? Show more
Zoe Ball gives us all the gossip and exclusive news from Strictly Come Dancing, plus Ian Waite takes us through how the couples are getting on in training.
Double Michelin-starred Michel Roux Jr gives Masterchef fans and serious cooks a culinary masterclass, with unique tips and historic notes from his Roux heritage. Show more
New College, Oxford and the LSE do battle for a place in the semi-finals. Team members include Kate Mosse and Loyd Grossman. Jeremy Paxman asks the questions. Show more
What was it really like behind the scenes of The Good Life? With contributions from Richard Briers, Penelope Keith, Monty Don, Brian Sewell and John O'Farrell. Show more
Looking back at the last 60 years of British Christmases via the pop songs that fought for the accolade of Christmas number one. Featuring contributions from many of the artists. Show more
Comprehensive coverage of the day's important national and international news stories, presented by Gordon Brewer.
Documentary about the history and tradition of the British Christmas dinner and the role it still plays in a Britain of different faiths, food fads and health concerns. Show more
Lee Child, one of Britain's bestselling authors, explores the phenomenal popularity of his character Jack Reacher - the basis of a new blockbuster movie starring Tom Cruise. Show more
BBC Two joins the BBC's rolling news channel, with bulletins on the hour and the headlines every 15 minutes.
Kate Humble and Dr Helen Czerski follow the Earth's voyage around the sun for one complete orbit, to witness the astonishing consequences this journey has for us all. Show more