The wolves steal the village's recycled goods.
740 Smurfs' Adventures
Peewit recounts his first encounter with Johan.
7.35 The Woody Woodpecker Show
Shown yesterday at 3.45pm on BBC1
8.00 CBBC at the Fame Academy
Another progress report. Further coverage on CBBC channel
8.05 Blue Peter
With in-vision sign language. Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1
8.30 Round the Twist
Bronson upsets Ms James by refusing to attend her birthday party.
A film of Chilean boys and girls playing with autumn leaves.
Pom finds an unusual doll that holds surprises for Fimbo, Rorrie - and Pom.
Shown yesterday at 3.25pm on BBC1
9.30 Andy Pandy
A bubble follows Andy Pandy, and teddy makes a kite from a sheet.
9.40 The Story Makers
Everyone's getting very stuck up in the library today.
Milo puts his coat on back to front.
A group of children paint pictures in an interesting and messy way.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10.50 Megamaths (ages 7-9) Fractions - Halves and Quarters 4561213
11.10 Look and Read (ages 7-9) Spywatch - Bombs in the Country 4105303
11.30 Science Zone (ages 9-11) The Environment - Green Piece 4970649
11.50 Focus (ages 9-11) Band Aid: You've Got the Power (Rights) 8970939
12.10 Primary History (ages 7-9) Roman Britain - Invasion
Business updates. CEEFAX: page
Coverage of the second round in the Bupa Care Homes Open from Sheffield's Ponds Forge International Sports Centre. Ian Bond will be out to defend the title he won last year against Greg Harlow. Introduced by Mary Rhodes. Commentary comes from David Rhys Jones and David Corkill. Coverage continues tomorrow at 1pm.
Producer Simon Dukes
The Moral Dimension. Jim is forced to do a U-turn over exposing a case of bribery.
Written by Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn
3.25 Regonal News (Digital: BBC London News) Weather
Charity worker Claire Felix wants to move to a larger home in the Essex countryside so she can foster more children.
Who Shot Mr Burns ? (part 2). Police Chief Wiggum leads the investigation into the Springfield shooting.
The Alma Matter. Carlton is devastated when he is turned down for a place at Princeton University. Another episode can be seen tomorrow at 6.20pm
Bargaining (part 2). Willow's magic ritual to bring Buffy back to life is interrupted by the incursion of the nasty hell-bikers. Repeated, uncut, tomorrow, 12.35am www.bbc.co.uk/cult/burry The kids' verdict on Buffy? page 34
The Village that Disappeared. The team investigate a buried medieval village in Somerset. The outline of several houses and fields hidden in the landscape are visible from the air, but what ended this community? Evidence suggests that the 14th-century Black Death could have killed off the inhabitants. Series producer Andrew Thompson ; Executive producer Neil McDonald
Derby. Diarmuid Gavin designs a 1950s-influenced garden pavilion, balanced by a huge steel "slinky" and brightly coloured steel discs for a young family in the East Midlands. Director Dafydd Palfrey ; Series producer Patrick Flavelle BBC BOOK: Home Front in the Garden, hardback, Â£18.99; paperback. Â£12.99 BBC GOOD HOMES MAGAZINE: price Â£2.40.
The chef returns with a second, six-part series in which he prepares seasonal recipes, this time for autumn and winter. September. Chicken saute with sweetcom a la Française, mushroom and leek egg-baked pots, and brill on the bone with celery, cider and apples are September's offerings.
Director Claire Popplewell ; Producer Siobhan Mulholland BBC BOOKS: Gary Rhodes Cookery Year: Autumn into Winter, and Gary Rhodes Cookery Year: Spring into Summer. available in hardback. £18.99 each A bonfire-night special, plus classic corkscrew offer page 37 Christmas wine offer: page
Mammoths to Manhattan. Why did many species of mammal become extinct at the end of America's Ice Age, 13,000 years ago? The final film examines the evidence and looks at how the survivors have adapted to the altered landscape of North America - 21st-century moose roam through downtown
Anchorage while burrowing owls raise young in Silicon Valley. Producer Stephen Dunleavy ; Series producer Miles Barton BBC BOOK: Wild New World, available in hardback. Â£20
A light-hearted look at the properties and behaviour of sulphur continues the series of short film parodies.
Bernard Manning loses his temper over some manure, as the fly-on-the-wall series continues. Meanwhile, the garden of Just a Minute host Nicholas Parsons is ruined by rabbits.
Presented by Kirsty Wark.
Peter Snow looks forward to the quarter-finals in the company of Olympic gold medallist Ben Ainslie. Producer John Graham www.bbc.co.uk/americascup
Presented by Andrew Neil.
Repeats are not indicated.
12.30 Science Shack 2822885
1.05 Lab Detectives 5921021
1.25 The Next Big Thing: Is There Anyone Out There? 7575021
2.00 Elements of Healing
2.30 The Chemistry of Life and Death 97601
3.00 Mapping the Milky Way: the secrets of our galaxy
3.30 Blast Open Access TV 5
4.00 Buongiorno Italia! (parts 9-10): Bon Mot Collection 3: the Traveller; the Shoes
Working In Construction
5.00 The Future
6.00 The Secret of Sporting Success
6.30 The World's Best Athlete?