The Animals of Farrthing Wood
Re-run of the series in which woodland creatures are forced out by drought and developers.
Zarlak uses his dark powers on a magic artefact and turns Cassy and Verne evil.
6.45 Dennis the Menace
The Colonel baby-sits when it's parents' evening at Dennis's school.
7.10 Home Farm Twins
The pet show draws visitors to Doveton, but the siblings become suspicious of nasty Mr Walters and his hamster.
7.30 Blue Peter
Simon tries formation driving. Konnie goes off-road, and Matt gets behind the wheel of a truck. With in-vision signing.
(Shown yesterday at 5pm on BBC1)
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Writer (Home Farm Twins):
Big Cook, Little Cook
Mouse from Hickory Dickory Dock gives Ben and Small a new clock.
8.20 Tots TV
A chase ensues for a large round watermelon that falls off a table top.
The trio take a look at the importance of the five senses.
First shown on BBC Wales
The penguin's grandpa comes to stay.
Today's hide-and-seek game takes place in space.
Josie has organised a Chinese Festival at the Balamory nursery. PC Plum is making the food, but who can provide the music?
Writer Kath Yelland
For cast see
The celebs making their way to Balamory: page 35
Finger-painting pictures, more from the shape store, and a look at works hanging in the SMarteenies gallery.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Judy takes time to help the friends make a mosaic for the playroom floor.
Tweenies magazine: Â£1.50, monthly
A young girl is observed feeding monkeys at the zoo with her mum.
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 Hands Up! (ages 9-11) The Chronicles ofNarnia: the Magician's 's Nephew (Programme 2) Signed 8383051 10.45 Pathways of Belief (ages 7- 9) Islam: Living as a Muslim - Ramadan and Prayer 8388506 11.00 The Way Things
Work 3 (ages 7-9) The Sound of a Mammoth 5398591 11.15 Pathways of Belief (ages 7-9+) Christianity -Jesus
The latest proceedings from the House of Commons.
Business news. www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch
Live coverage from the Forest of Arden course of round one at this year's British Masters. More than 150 of Europe's leading golfers will be taking to the fairways in Warwickshire, with Lee Westwood , Darren Clarke and Paul Casey among those battling for vital Ryder Cup points and a slice of the £1.6m prize fund. There was a surprise leader at this stage last year: veteran Australian Peter Fowler shooting a 65. Presented by Steve Rider. Executive producers Paul Davies and Barbara Slater
A rural abode is sought in Essex for a family who have lived in the same area of Colchester for decades.
Featuring classics from Wham!, Hot Chocolate, the Rolling Stones, Wet Wet Wet, Marvin Hamlisch and Ace of Base. Plus new music from country duo Brooks & Dunn. Vic and Bob's TOTP2 follows at 7.30 on BBC3
2/8. Another stroll through the history and geology of British Isles landscapes, as Professor Aubrey Manning investigates the origins of the chalk figures carved into the downs of southern England - including the Cerne Abbas Giant in Dorset. (AD)
2/3. Dr Charlotte Uhlenbroek continues her exploration into our primate relatives as she seeks to discover more about the extended family from which mankind descended. Encounters include a meeting with the smallest monkey in the world - the pygmy marmoset; the howler monkey lives up to its name in Central America; and this week's journey ends in a bath with a primate friend in Japan's snowy mountains. Producer Miles Barton : Series producer Bernard Walton (AD) 313
Following a flight over Hampshire, Chris Beardshaw visits some of the best autumn woodland gardens in Britain. Director Ross Young ; Series producer Kathy Myers
(Revised repeat) (AD)
3/5. Documentaries following ordinary citizens hoping to prevent young offenders from falling into a life of crime.
Greg Foxsmith is an experienced criminal lawyerwho has volunteered to mentor Michael, a 21-year-old with convictions for football violence and theft, and Carla, a recovering heroin addict. Vast work experience with ex-prisoners looks likely to stand Greg in good stead in his adopted role, but this is quite different. A continuous disappearing act from Michael and the temptation of drugs for Carla means Greg certainly has his work cut out. Viewers interested in taking part in a mentoring scheme should call free on [number removed]. Producer Daniel Reed : Series producer Katie Bailiff (AD)
Open Government. In the first ever episode of the award-winning comedy, James Hacker , newly appointed as the Minister of Administrative Affairs, finds that life within the government isn't as plain sailing as he had first thought. Writers Antony Jay and Jonathan Lynn : Producer Stuart Allen
Highlights from the second series of the BBC3 comedy show, in which Jocelyn Jee Esien , Ninia Benjamin and Tameka Empson hit Britain's streets with hidden-camera stunts.
Director John FD Northover: Producer Kara Lockett
Comedy drama starring Alice Garner. A group of university students go through a series of trials and tribulations during just one day in their hectic academic lives. Review page 63. Director Emma-Kate Croghan (1996. 15)
Romanovs. How communism was arguably born on 16 July 1918 in Russia, when Tsar Nicholas II and the Romanov family faced their last stand as the civil war raged outside. Director Paul Murton
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision French 1. Exercises that look at everyday experiences and personal and social life.
4.00 GCSE Bitesize Revision French 2. A look at the world around us, the world of work and the international world.