The Silver Brumby
There's an earthquake, and the Brolga has a fright.
Someone is vandalising the school and Cassy has started acting oddly. (R)(S)
6.45 Dennis the Menace
More fun with The Beano's bully boy. (R)(S)(AD)
Paul and Barry find the professor who is being held captive by Maddy. With Ronald Forfar and Kirsten Cooke.
7.30 Short Change
The difficult journey to school for youngsters living just metres short of the three-mile limit for free transport.
(Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1) (S)
7.55 Newsround (S)
8.00 Big Cook, Little Cook: Ben and Small make the Man in the Moon starlight toasties, and he gives them a telescope.
8.20 Tots TV: The Tots make some paper boats.
8.30 Bobinogs: Nib, Ogi and Bobin have to teach Nibbin some manners. First shown on BBC Wales
8.45 Boo!: Where is Boo today? He is hiding in the desert.
9.00 Balamory: Archie has been invited to show off his latest invention. Writer Wayne Jackman [web address removed]
9.20 SMarteenies: Including the man of letters, finger painting pictures and more from the shape store.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
9.40 Tweenies: Thinking about what they would like to be when they get older the pals dress up and surprise Max.
10.00 Teletubbies: Tamzin Griffin tells another story.
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 KS2 Science Clips (ages 7-9) How We See Things
10.45 Watch (ages 5-7) Seaside Holiday with Magic Grandad - The Promenade and Souvenirs
797947911.00 The Chat Room
(ages 7-11) Stereotypes
11.20 Landmarks (ages 9-11)
Ancient Egypt - Time and Place
973845011.40 BBC Primary Geography (ages 9-11) World Environmental Change -
Karkonosze Forest, Poland
Devilfish. Giant octopuses are filmed in their North Pacific home in spectacular detail; hunting, fishing and caring for their young in this award-winning film.
Business news, plus the final report on the trade mission to Latvia and Lithuania, two of 10 new countries joining the EU.
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Continuing live coverage from
Sheffield of the semi-final action in the world championship.
Introduced by Hazel Irvine , with Steve Davis and John Parrott. Clive Everton, Dennis Taylor , Willie Thorne and John Virgo provide the commentary. www.bbc.co.uk/snooker BBCi: from 10am digital viewers can access live coverage, plus a news and statistics service, via the red button on their handset
Working It. Junior needs to get an A-grade in his algebra final. Michael offers him money to get him to study, but Jay disapproves so he calls on the services of a maths tutor.
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Live action from the Crucible, Sheffield continues with the penultimate session of the first semi-final. BBCi: digital viewers can access extra live coverage throughout the day. plus a news and statistics service, via the red button on their handset
5/8. Joe Swift is in the steeply sloping front garden of Gill Blackwell in Fowey, Cornwall. Designer Bonita Bulaitis is drafted in to help with the plans, which include keeping the existing terraced levels but incorporating a stylish infinity edged pool, appearing to run into the estuary beyond. To explain her ideas of light and space she takes Joe to visit a disused china clay pit, but how will these concepts fit in to the seaside garden of a Victorian townhouse?
Director Paul Vanezis ; Series producer Vanessa Jackson www.bbc.co.uk/gardening
Tonight sees the start of BBC Neighbourhood Gardener, a garden mentor scheme for enthusiastic and experienced amateur gardeners. Monty Don reports from a pilot scheme started last year at a Cornish community gardening project. For further information on the scheme call free on [number removed]or visit www.bbc.co.uk/neighbourhoodgardener.
Pollie Maasz explains her passion for daylilies,
Chris Beardshaw shows how to produce plants for free by dividing existing clumps, Sarah plants annuals for cutting and Monty sows more seeds for the L20 border.
Producer Richard Simkin ; EditorGill Tierney BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: £2.95 monthly. New issue out now
Semi-final action continues at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, with a further eight frames being played tonight.
A year ago eventual champion Mark Williams didn't hang about en route to the title, dispatching Stephen Lee 17-8 in his semi-final. Needing to win one frame in the evening session to secure his place in the final against
Ken Doherty , he showed no nerves as he swiftly wrapped up proceedings in just 20 minutes. BBCi: digital viewers can access extra live coverage throughout the day. plus a news and statistics service, via the red button on their handset
Presented by Gavin Esler.
Rosie Boycott , Linda Ruth Williams and Paul Money discuss the latest events in the arts with presenter Kirsty Wark.
Series producer Tanya Hudson
Buffy learns the truth about Principal Wood, and Xander, much to Anya's consternation, is asked out by a beguiling girl. But both get more out of their evenings than they had bargained for in this uncut episode from the final
(Revised rpt) (AD) (Postponed from 16 April)
A look back on the day's action at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Waiting Their Turn - Minorities In a Democracy What options are available to people who feel their views aren't represented in parliament? 91884 2.30 Women and Allegory: Gender and Sculpture 22739 3.00 Trend Trackers
3.30 A New Sun Is Born Part 2: The Revolution
4.00 Women of Northern Ireland 27284 4.30 Pacific Studies: Patrolling the American Lake 59802 5.00 Open Advice - a Diferent Way of Learning 68401 5.30 From Here to Modernity Kirsty Wark outlines the decline of Modernist architecture