The Animals of Farthing Wood
Mr Pheasant returns to the farm when his wife dies.
Zarlak tries to sabotage the kids' synergy.
6.45 Dennis the Menace
The Beano bad boy joins the fairy freedom fighters.
7.10 Home Farm Twins
The duo meet two new friends, Stevie and Spot.
7.30 Really Wild Show
Featuring iguanas, manatees and birds of prey. Shown yesterday 5pm BBC1
Writer ("Home Farm Twins"):
Big Cook, Little Cook
Small wants to join in a fishing game.
8 20 Tots TV
The Tots go to visit a printing press.
Safety on the roads.
First shown on BBC Wales
A snowball fight turns unpleasant for Pingu.
The elusive character explores a mountain.
Suzie eats dinner in the shop and does her ironing in the cafe.
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Finger-painting is among the artistic ideas.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Bella uses Jake's snuggly blanket as a duster without realising it is his.
The gang try to be quiet while Dipsy sleeps.
Will comes a cropper while trying to be Nicky's role model.
Followed by The Witness
First-hand accounts of historical events.
News from Westminster, including Prime Minister's Questions.
Joan's Romance. SgtHogan decides it's high time Bilko appreciated her. (BW) Followed by The Witness
An abandoned mill at Ditherington, near Shrewsbury, yields surprising and horrific secrets. Then Hall of Fame Footage of Laurel and Hardy's visits to Britain.
A new team of challengers take on TV's top quiz champions. With Dermot Mumaghan.
Airport House in Croydon, south London, is awash with folk and their unwanted clutter. i82083i
Nick Nairn and Gino D'Acampo create mouthwatering dishes from mystery ingredients.
Elimination quiz. Then Party European Election
Broadcast UK Independence Party.
Grumpy YoungMen. Will takes Carlton to task when a double date ends up in frustration for him.
6.20 Fresh Prince: the Movie. Will tells a story about being placed in a witness-protection scheme.
Failure to Communicate. Michael worries when a visit from his parents triggers anxiety in him about how their relationship is affecting his own children.
Classics from the Cult, Steve Winwood , Ian Dury , Galaxy and Dr Feelgood, plus new music from Joss Stone. PhilIJupitus's TOTP2 follows at 7.30 on BBC3
The Wind-Break War. Classic comedy from 1976. A new addition to Margo's garden causes problems for the Goods. Wrrcers John Esmonde and Bob Larbey ; Producer John Howard Davies
2/3. Domestic service is undergoing a major resurgence in Britain, with child care at the heart of the boom. Pia is hiring a maternity nurse, Precious, to bringorderto her baby's life, but mother and nurse are far from compatible. Denise, by contrast, has paid Sarah to be her "doula" - ancient Greek for "handmaiden" -to offer support during and immediately after the birth. And Emma wants to augment her existing cleaner-cum-nanny set-up with a nanny-cum-PA. Director Hannah Berryman ; Series editor Peter Moore (AD)
Roads. Adam Hart-Davis shows how the Romans managed to build 10,000 miles of road when they occupied Britain. Producers Catrine Clay and Simon Baker
The Big Chill. Is Britain heading for a climate similar to that of Alaska? The Earth's past was littered with sudden, drastic drops in temperature, and some experts believe the Gulf Stream, the vast current of water that keeps us warm, could be cut off in the next century. Others say a climate catastrophe could be heading our way within 20 years.
Producer Aidan Laverty ; Editor Matthew Barrett (AD)
In 1993-94 the domestic appliance giant Hoover offered consumers two free flights to Europe or the US if they spent
1.100 on their products. But the overwhelming response led to parliamentary questions, bad press and disgruntled customers - some of whom even hijacked Hoover vans.
Eventually 220,000 people did fly, but the case created a huge vacuum in Hoover's profit margin. Tom Baker narrates the story of arguably Britain's worst marketing disaster.
DirectorAngela Chan ; Series producer Kate Middleton
In-depth analysis, with Gavin Esler.
The Aids pandemic has orphaned around 750,000 children even in one of Africa's richer countries, South Africa. The government promised to provide free anti-Aids drugs across the country, but has yet to honour its word. This emotive film chronicles the tragic plight of youngsters from three families in rural areas of the KwaZulu-Natal province.
Director Brian Woods More from South Africa tomorrow at 11.50pm in The Guguletu Seven
Hiroshima. Dramatic reconstructions and eyewitness testimony tell the story of the dropping of the first nuclear bomb on 6 August 1945. (AD)
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 History The Soviets. Reconstructions and archive footage show the turbulent relationship between Communist Russia and the west. 92690 4.00 History The Cold War. Crises during the Cold War era from 1945 to the late 80s.