The Animals of Farthing Wood
The path to White Deer Park is blocked by a motorway.
Dingo finds a magic lamp. (AD)
6 45 Arthur
DW discovers that living with a baby is no picnic.
7.10 Home Farm Twins
Sam and Spot go missing as open day looms.
7.30 Really Wild Show
Featuring tree frogs, tigers and desert reptiles.
(Shown yesterday 5pm BBC1)
Writer (Home Farm Twins):
Big Cook, Little Cook
The cooks play hide and seek.
8.20 Tots TV
The friends see a hamster.
The trio begin to understand the idea of time.
(First shown on BBC Wales)
Fun and games with a barrel organ.
8.45 Little Robots
When Tiny oversleeps, Stretchy has an idea.
Archie invents a musical instrument.
Balamory Magazine: Â£1.55, monthly
Pattern designs and another big picture.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
What's inside Milo's box? Can you guess?
Listening to the story of the sparkly spider.
Will tries his hand at journalism. Jay Leno guests.
Followed by: The Witness
First hand accounts of historical events.
News from Westminster, including Prime Minister's Questions.
Bilko's Deluxe Tour. Bilko invests his platoon's money in the transportation business (BW) Followed by Summer of Opera
Live coverage of a three-card race from Goodwood's May Trials meeting, including the Vodafone handicap stakes at
3.15. The other starts are at
2.10 and 2.40. Jim McGrath commentates. With analysis from Willie Carson and Ray Cochrane. More tomorrow 2pm. Director Steve Docherty
Editor Stephen Cook
Can today's experts turn the people of Andover's unwanted goods into cash?
Series producer John Miller ; Executive producer Jane Lomas
Celebrity chefs Phil Vickery and Paul Rankin create dishes from mystery ingredients.
The Davies family's dream of living in Spain is fading fast. With no buyer for their house in Wales, their savings are fast running out as expenses and bills begin to pile up.
Plus an insight into the lives of two expats, originally from Newcastle, who run a niche industry cooking Christmas dinnerfor homesick Brits.
Classic sounds from East 17, Grace Jones , Del Amitri ,
Heaven 17, Van McCoy , the Ramones, ZZ Top, Bus Stop and the Who, plus new music from Fountains of Wayne.
Presented by Steve Wright. www.bbc.co.uk/totp2
Olympique Marseille v Valencia
Live coverage of the climax of European football's second club competition from the impressive Nya Ullevi stadium in Gothenburg. Kick-off is at 7.45.
The French team will be looking for goals from target man Didier Drogba , whose stunning brace in the semi-final against Newcastle ended English interest in the tournament. But their Spanish opponents, impressive throughout their own domestic season, will be hoping to make up for losses in their last two appearances in European finals, both times in the Champions League.
Extra-time and the silver-goal rule will apply if the match is deadlocked at full-time, with penalties if the stalemate hasn't been broken by the end of the 30 minutes.
Introduced by Gary Lineker , with expert analysis from studio guests. Commentary is provided by Barry Davies.
Producer Phil Bigwood : Editor Paul Armstrong
New series 1/5. Ray is an ageing part-time DJ from New York State. Desperate for a partner he discovered
Natalya, a beautician from the Russian town of Kazan, on the internet. The World Weddings strand follows Natalya as she, and her 11-year-old daughter, embark on a journey to begin a new life in America with Ray, and his
13-year-old daughter -just one of thousands of couplings in the largely unregulated internet marriage industry.
Director Lara Agnew ; Series producer Sam Bagnall
In-depth news analysis of the day's top news, presented by Jeremy Paxman.
Hieronymus Bosch - the Delights of Hell An insight into the strange hidden world of the artist and his paintings. Featuring visits to Iceland, home to the land formations that are depicted in his scenes, to the Prado museum in Madrid, where his greatest paintings are in the permanent collection, and to a major exhibition in Rotterdam of lesser known works.
Director Adrian Maben
12.25 AM Constantin Brancusi: the Monk of Modernism
Ben Lewis presents a profile of the Romanian sculptor, who grew up a peasant, but lived the life of a Parisian dandy, with contributions from Nicholas Serota , Anish Kapoor and Norman Foster . Director Louise Hooper
Marconi's Miracle. The day that three sharp electrical clicks sent out across the Atlantic proved that wireless waves were able to bend around the world's surface.
Director Alex Lay ; Executive producer Richard Bradley (AD)
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Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Languages: Jeunes Francophones
A look at the French language, as spoken in different parts of the world, plus a look at the geography of France.
4.00 Languages: D-Mag
German teenage magazine, using documentary and drama to highlight life and language in Germany.