The Silver Brumby
Thowra decides to make a stand.
Will Verne pass his compulsory Scootsoomer driving test?
6.45 Dennis the Menace
Gnasher faces the horrors of a dog training school.
7.10 Home Farm Twins
Sam is training his dog for the trials while Luke has joined the cricket team.
7.30 Really Wild Show
A night-time adventure in search of tarantulas.
(Shown yesterday 5pm BBC1)
Writer ("Home Farm Twins"):
Big Cook, Little Cook
Ben and Small attempt to decorate a wedding cake.
8.20 Tots TV
Tom loses his smelly sock on washing day.
Learning that you can't win all the time.
(First shown on BBC Wales)
Having fun with paint.
Can you find the blob hiding at the Fun Fair?
PC Plum and Edie decide to have a clearout.
Cast at 3.25pm on BBC1
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Fun with pattern designs.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The gang decide to set up an art gallery.
The friends find their favourite playthings.
Crowned Lemurs. A family of lemurs look for a new home in Madagascar.
News from Westminster, including coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.
Ben Fogle appeals on behalf of the organisation Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. For donation details see BBC1 on Sunday at 5pm
A look at a classic British movie location.
Crime drama starring Robert Mitchum as a police captain whose investigation of a gang leader's syndicate reveals corruption in high places.
Review page 60. (1951) (BW)
Paul Martin isinTruro ,
Cornwall, for today's edition of the antiques show.
Elimination quiz hosted by Anne Robinson.
A young couple have an eclectic wish-list for their dream house in rural Nottinghamshire - a huge kitchen, a big garden for their dogs, and a pub in staggering distance from the front door. Nick Page tries to help.
Tonight's archive classics include 10cc, Depeche Mode, Alanis Morissette, Jason Donovan, Pulp, Double Trouble & the Rebel MC and Tavares. Plus new music from Norah Jones.
Steve Wright presents.
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Vic and Bob's TOTP2 follows at 7.30 on BBC3
I Talk to the Trees. An episode of the classic sitcom from 1976, starring Richard Briers and Felicity Kendal. The
Goods try talking to their plants to see if it'll help them grow. Writers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey ; Producer John Howard Davies
New series 1/3. Domestic work is booming in Britain.
Augmenting the traditional jobs of nannies, cleaners and gardeners, are the new parent coaches, party planners, personal trainers and personal shoppers. The observational documentary series follows personal trainer James Lamper and personal time-saver
Alex Fontaine who, unlike their forebears, earn a very lucrative living meeting the needs of super-rich clients.
Director Riete Oord ; Series editor Peter Moore (AD) Taking the strain: page 37
Inventions. Adam Hart-Davis assesses the legacy of Roman engineering and technology, products of which included arches, aqueducts, windows, and sewers.
Producers Catrine Clay and Simon Baker
1/2. Are geniuses born or can they be made? In a unique six-month experiment Tony Buzan , an expert on the brain and learning, takes six children from Berkshire who are failing at school and tries to prove that he can turn one of them into a potential genius. This exploration of genius also examines the controversial view that high IQ is not a necessary prerequisite and discovers what the key ingredients really are. Part two is at 11.20pm.
Executive producers Mark Galloway and Adelene Alani
Paul Merton is joined by comedian Sean Lock , who attempts to consign his pet hates - including Jeremy Clarkson and actors -to Orwellian oblivion.
Director Geraldine Dowd ; Producer Victoria Payne (AD)
Analysis of the day's news, with Gavin Esler.
2/2. To conclude, a look at whether it is possible to spot future geniuses among today's children. The programme follows the stories of three gifted youngsters, including 12-year-old Elaine who is already studying six languages including Hebrew and Sanskrit, and examines the sad case of Jocelyn who failed her university degree despite gaining six "A" grades at A-level.
Comedy drama starring
Peter McDonald , Brian Cox and Conor Mullen. A single parent with three children is struggling to make ends meet. When his debts to a loan shark get out of control, his son decides to take matters into his own hands. Review page 60.
Director Conor McPherson (1999, 15)
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Expressive Arts Marsalis on Music. Jazz musician Wynton Marsalis looks at putting theory into practice.
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision Design and Technology 1. How to design and make products effectively.