A selection of hits from Rod's back catalogue, including Gasoline Alley, Angel, In a Broken Dream, The Killing of Georgie, Ooh La La, I Was Only Joking, and Rollin' and Tumblin'. Show more
Karim helps us with Maths and Computing, plus Book Club.
Cel Spellman presents Thinking Thursday featuring help with cyberbullying.
The adventures of 26 lively letters who can make words come to life. Beatboxing, rock, opera, disco: the Alphablocks sing their letter sounds freestyle from A to Z. Show more
Children's animation. One explores the Double Dungeon of Doom by doubling herself. Learn how to double and halve numbers up to 8 with the Numberblocks. Show more
Preschool series. Kit and Pup are at the swimming pool. Can you see who is on the lilo and who is off it? Show more
Animated preschool series. Everyone's having fun on the merry-go-round - except Bevel, who doesn't like going in circles. Show more
Preschool animation. Hugo knows some things are true, but is his friend Oscar right that a giant dinosaur still walks the earth? Hugo tries to find the truth. Show more
Lexi is cooking Glamorgan sausages using two Welsh ingredients: Caerphilly cheese and leeks. But will her friends like the taste of leeks? Show more
Maddie uses a microscope camera to look at the zip on her hoodie and visits a workshop to see how a dinosaur picture is screen printed onto a t-shirt. Show more
The Odd Squad investigate strange events. Ms O and her team stop at nothing to win their very first Jackie award.
Ed Petrie and his friends visit a panda reserve in China and discover how kulfi ice cream is made in India. Show more
Quiz show. In this quarter-final, Sheringham Community Primary School from Norfolk take on Little Sutton Primary School from the West Midlands. Show more
Wildlife series. Steve Backshall reveals the advanced camera technology and tricks of the trade that allow him and the Deadly 60 crew to film stunning images. Show more
The doctors reveal how you taste with your nose as well as your tongue, and Dr Chris discovers how 3D printing works when he prints his own skull. Show more
Historical sketch show. First World War soldiers try some unusual ways to cure frostbite in the winter. Plus the not-at-all-romantic movie starring William the Conqueror. Show more
Historical sketch show. Henry VIII appears on a TV show hoping to raise money from his antique abbeys. Also, Charles Darwin sings about his theory of natural selection. 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
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