Motown legend Smokey Robinson performs a selection of classics including You've Really Got a Hold on Me, The Tears of a Clown, I Second That Emotion and The Tracks of My Tears. Show more
Banned from playing football for boys’ teams as a child, England defender Lucy Bronze discusses how she fought back from injury to represent her country and play for Lyon. Show more
Katherine Brunt reveals how she overcame school bullies on her road to professional cricket. Show more
Karim Zeroual helps us with similes and metaphors and natural resources, plus Book Club.
Katie Thistleton presents Study Tips Tuesday with the help of Youtuber Jack Edwards.
The adventures of 26 lively letters who can make words come to life by holding hands. B, O and X discover a box filled with everything they need to put on a performance. Show more
Children's animation. Ten promises to take the others on a trip to the moon, but blasts off on her own. How will they get there? Show more
Preschool series. Pup is at the beach and Kit is in the snow. Can you see who has the melting ice cream and who has the frozen lolly? Show more
Animated preschool series. Purl and Bitz have planned the best party ever, but Bob and Bevel didn't get their invitation! Show more
Preschool animation. When a monkey steals Hugo's ice cream, Hugo can't help but feel all hot and bothered. Is this anger? Show more
Kay has invited his friends to taste his Polish dill pickle soup, which he serves in baked bread rolls with cream on top. Show more
Maddie is at a shopping centre. She uses special cameras to find out how an escalator works to move people from one floor to another. Show more
The Odd Squad investigate strange events. When a miffed O'Brian won't let Olive access the tubes, she has to solve the mystery of what she did to upset him.
Ed Petrie and his friends embark on a Vietnamese river adventure and take part in an all-singing, all-dancing Bollywood extravaganza in India. Show more
Quiz show. Sidlesham Primary School from West Sussex take on Delamere Church of England Academy from Cheshire. Show more
This show is devoted to the incredible critters Steve Backshall met on his travels who didn't quite make the Deadly 60 list. They still deserve their own programme. Show more
The doctors reveal how far a heart can pump blood, Dr Xand meets a life-saving dog, and Dr Chris is in the ouch-mobile solving more medical mysteries. Show more
Historical sketch show. Saxon king Ethelred the Unready suffers online bullying from the Vikings and the suffragettes set the record straight in song. Show more
Savage Songs compilation. Featuring the hip hop battle of the boasting Celts, pop superstar Cleopatra, rock rebel William Wallace, and more Show more
The story of how the elements were discovered and mapped begins with the alchemists who questioned that the world was made up of earth, air, fire and water. Show more
A portrait of one village through the whole of English history sees 17th-century dissenters, an 18th-century writer and knitting factories. Show more
As an 'Iron Curtain' fell across Europe, the jet bomber came to define how the Cold War was fought. Britain's V Force became the platform for delivering nuclear Armageddon. Show more
Presented by Andrew Marr. The 1950s were a period of apparent calm, order and prosperity for Britain, but much of the populace was hungry for change. Show more