The Silver Brumby The Man buys a beautiful horse.
6.25 The Adventures of Marco and Gina An ancient sea serpent stirs up trouble.
6.50 Home Farm Twins 8/13. Sheba the kitten and Hannah are unwell.
Writer Kate Wood
Stars 1/2. Ahead of next week's new S Club 8 drama, I Dream, on BBC1, a chance to see the finalists from the search for band members. Concludes next Wednesday.
7.30 Ocean Odyssey Neri learns that she's a princess.
Big Cook Little Cook Mrs Meacher the teacher visits.
8 20 Tots TV The pals pretend to be space robots.
8.30 Postman Pat and Friends Pat performs magic at Meera's party. Including Pingu at 8.45: Pinga has hiccups and Pingu goes fishing.
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9.00 Fimbles A wiggling squiggle makes them giggle.
9 20 Come Outside Learning about making bread.
9 40 Tweenies Rain spoils the pals' picnic plans.
10 00 Teletubbies Children wash their goat in a river.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The Jean Simmons season continues with Otto Preminger's chilling crime drama, also starring Robert Mitchum.
Ambulanceman Frank Jessup becomes involved with the spoilt and enigmatic Diane Tremayne. He takes a job as her family chauffeur, but events in the household take a sinister turn.
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(Jean Simmons also stars in Beautiful but Dangerous, tomorrow at 1pm)
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Tigers get a dental check-up, lions need medicine and Pets Corner is going batty. Life at Longleat is presented by Ben Fogle and Kate Humble.
Executive producer Annette Clarke
Series producer Chris Powell
A night out with the girls awaits Jo - but only after she's spent a difficult day finding a suitable location for her new business, baby aquarobics. Meanwhile, partner Colin is left holding the baby - and nursing a back injury that has stopped him pursuing his new career as a diving instructor. Their escapades continue at the same time tomorrow.
Series producer Helen Nightingale
7/8. An unusual Christmas present is in store for female vicar Christine, courtesy of husband Brett. Meanwhile,
Chris continues to surprise, performing a double baptism on a father and son. Elsewhere, townspeople in the north Cornish parish are preparing for a musical extravaganza. The series concludes in two weeks' time.
Director Charlie Forman ; Producer Nigel Farrell
The Marshalls. Demanding jobs and demanding children mean something's got to give. Christopher and Samantha Marshall agree to take turns to look after their children full-time, to learn whether either of them can hack it as a parent. Neither have looked after both their children before, who have spent much of their life in day nursery.
There's a further challenge for this couple. In the brief time that they are at home, they operate as two single parents. Chris deals only with the eldest child because Samantha is scared of her and will only look after their younger child. An emotional journey awaits them all. There's an update on BBC3 at 9pm.
Director Nick Finnis ; Series producer Phillippa Robinson
First shown on BBC3 (AD)
Did murderer Ian Brady use a secret code to hide a school-boy victim's body? Drawing on hundreds of documents and photographs, this documentary reveals the truth about Myra Hindley and Ian Brady 's relationship. It shows how the Moors murderers conspired to conceal the body of Keith Bennett and uncovers evidence that may lead to Keith's recovery - and end 40 years of suffering for his family.
Producer Duncan Staff; Executive Producer Simon Ford (AD)
Jonathan Creek star Alan Davies , comedians Sean Lock and Linda Smith , and TV host Clive Anderson , tackle tricky teasers about anchovies, Albania, anatomy and athletics. Stephen Fry maintains order of sorts.
Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd
Ends 12.20am. www.bbc.co.uk/bbcfour
The Settlers The Jewish settlers in Tel Rumeida are a community whose existence in the heart of Palestinian Self-rule Territory is made possible by the huge, intimidating military presence that protects them. Storyville describes the settlers' unwavering belief that they belong in this place - their fanatical religious observance and their efforts to airbrush their Arab neighbours from their collective consciousness.
Director Ruth Walk : Series editor Nick Fraser
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Secondary Schools - English
2.00 Shakespeare Shorts Key scenes from four popular plays are dramatised in different ways, and two programmes about the Globe theatre provide stunning recreations of the Bard's work in its authentic setting. 74245
4.00 Macbeth Shorts An in-depth look at key scenes from Shakespeare's drama.
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