The Silver Brumby Thowrais is challenged to a race.
6.25 The Adventures of Marco and Gina Yagor 's plan to steal the Ku Wang goes awry.
6.50 Home Farm Twins Will a kitten solve Mary's mouse problem?
Writer Kate Wood
7.05 Ully the Witch The friends meet the Loch Ness monster.
7.30 Ocean Odyssey Neri is captured by Praxis.
Big Cook Little Cook
Ben makes shark-shaped samosas.
8.20 Tots TV
The gang erect a giant billboard poster.
8.30 Postman Pat and Friends
The villagers hold a jumble sale.
Including Pingu at 8.45 - Pingu builds a moon rocket.
Letters and art to: [address removed]
Fimbo is learning how to whistle.
9.20 Come Outside
Pippin explores a hole in the ground.
Milo's fire engine loses a wheel.
Laa-Laa plays with a squeezy tube.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 BBC Primary Geography: Postcards: Kenya - Introduction to Kenya (ages 7-11)
10.40 Maths Challenge TV Workout Year 5 - Multiples and Factors (ages 9-10)
10.50 Maths Challenge TV Workout Year 5 - Fractions (ages 9-10)
11.00 Around Scotland: Change and Liberty: Scotland in the Time of Burns - Improving the Land (ages 10-12)
Former presenter Nik Wood returns for a special report on the fortunes of the farming industry over the past ten years.
Repeats are not indicated.
100 Numbertime (ages 5-7) Money - Coin Recognition to 10p
1.15 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 5-7) The Dancing Hen Followed by The Witness
Credible romantic drama starring Jean Simmons and Victor Mature.
A famous playwright's success keeps him apart from his wife, and soon rumours of divorce circulate.
Review page 50. (1953, U) (BW) ***
(Jean Simmons is in "Angel Face" tomorrow 2pm; Victor Mature is in "Demetrius and the Gladiators", Friday at 1.35pm)
A Herefordshire garden that's at its best in autumn.
Will a hand-reared wallaby be accepted by her peers?
James Tanner and Lesley Waters don their aprons.
In sunny Tenerife, slippery U-bends and recalcitrant boilers are but a distant memory for Colin Cox. The former Essex plumber wants to work as a diving instructor, but must first qualify as a professional. His training appears to be going swimmingly - until heavy equipment aggravates an old back injury. Continues tomorrow at 6pm.
Two Pints of Lager's Natalie Casey and Radio l's DJ Spoony guest. More tomorrow at 7pm. First shown on BBC3
The itinerant chef hears two tales of marine management that are poles apart: while Scottish prawns thrive under the protection of the Marine Stewardship Council, inflexible EU fishing quotas have forced many Cornish fishermen to dump bumper hauls of prime monkfish.
Director/Producer David Pritchard (AD)
6/6. New Worlds. It has taken almost 50 million years for Australia's weird and wonderful wildlife to evolve - yet over the past two centuries, "progress" has led to the sad demise of more than 50 species. Many animals, however, are thriving alongside humans as never before, and in unexpected places - there are koalas at railway stations, kangaroos on the golf course and massive lizards among the air-conditioning reservoirs. Narrated by Matt Day.
Producer May Summerill; Series producer Neil Nightingale (AD)
Venus. Hopes of finding another Earth were dashed in the 60s. The initial probe of Venus revealed temperatures hot enough to melt lead, acid rain and ferocious bolts of lightning. Producer Becky Jones ; Executive producer Alan Bookbinder
New series Compelling observational documentaries following families as they face up to challenging situations. 1/5. Wanting a Deaf Baby. Paul and Claire are like any other couple looking forward to the birth of their first child: nervous and excited. They are, however, unusual in one respect - they hope that their baby will be born with impaired hearing. Both profoundly deaf, they believe it will be easier to bond and communicate with a child who shares their experiences and culture. This revealing film follows them in the weeks leading up to the birth and the testing of their baby's hearing at two days old. Director Lorraine Charker ; Executive producer Lynn Alleway
Repeated with sign language at 12.45am on BBC1 Extending families: page 37
Showbiz veteran Bruce Forsyth and his wife Wilnelia travel to the remote island paradise of Hainan in the South
China Sea, where Wilnelia designs swimwear for the Miss World contest and Bruce reflects on his lengthy career.
Director/Producer Will Yapp
With Gavin Esler.
This Is Palestine What do you do for entertainment if you live in the middle of a war zone? Director Azza El-Hassan 's thought-provoking film for Storyville, which documents daily life in her home town of Ramalleh, is a testament to her neighbours' struggle for normality in the face of constant fear and uncertainty. And with the threat of violence severely limiting locals' activities, filming becomes the main event, especially for a group of children.
Series editor Nick Fraser The Settlers, about Israelis in Palestinian Setf-rule Territory, tomorrow 11.20pm
Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 AS Guru: Study Skills Time management and revision tips. 38009 3.00 AS Guru General Studies 1. Culture, arts and humanities. 756894.00 AS Guru General Studies 2. Science and technology, plus society, politics and economics.