The Silver Brumby
Baby wombat is run over.
6.25 The Adventures of Marco and Gina
Is Fettuccini, the great film director, an impostor?
6.50 Rotten Ralph
Ralph goes to work with Mom.
7.00 Short Change: the Fat Nation Challenge
Highlighting a host of fun ways of learning about food in Fridge Frenzy.
The dinosaur meets a youngster determined to win a bicycle race.
7.30 Ocean Odyssey
Praxis see the red virus as a declaration of war and plan their retaliation.
Big Cook Little Cook
Time to sort out the saucepans.
8.20 Tots TV
The pals go for a magic ride on a rocking horse.
8.30 Postman Pat
Pat becomes manager of Charlie and Julian's new band.
8.45 Wide Eye
A giant egg floating among the frog spawn causes a flurry of excitement.
Edie and Archie are getting into bad habits.
For cast see Friday
9.20 Come Outside
How to grow carrots from seed.
Bella wants to turn the playroom into a jungle.
Bluebells appear in Teletubbyland.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10.35 Maths Challenge (ages
9-10) TV Workout Year 5 -Rounding 4227056 10.45 Maths Challenge (ages 9-10) TV Workout Year 5 - Percentages 481712410.55 Around Scotland (ages 10-12)
Change and Liberty: Scotland in the Time of Burns - Patronage
Michael Howard takes centre stage at the Conservative Party conference to deliver his keynote speech. With analysis from Andrew Marr and other studio guests.
Repeats are not indicated.
1.00 Numbertime (ages 5-7) Money - Change from lOp
1.15 Words and Pictures Plus (ages 5-7) CVC Words - Need a Trim, Jim
Business news with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
The Grand Prix second-round matches get underway in Preston. The best-of-nine-frames action is introduced by Hazel Irvine , Steve Davis and John Parrott.
Shadow Secretary of State for the Family Theresa May addresses the conference and there's coverage and analysis of the party's health and education debates.
More action from the second-round matches.
The two teams are given their next task - they must come up with an ad campaign for Marquis Jet. Sam gets a little lazy on the men's team, and Omarosa disagrees with the women's idea. The men pull together as a team, but the women start to crack, exploding at each other in public. The winners get an elegant dinner in Boston, while the losing team meet Trump in the boardroom, where another of them will be fired. See Monday's choice.
Second-round matches are underway in the Grand Prix in Preston as players vie for a place in the last 16. Steve Davis and John Parrott are on hand to deliver their informed insights. Hazel Irvine introduces.
The Americans may no longer be fighting the communists in South East Asia but the mark they left there is indelible. Ben Anderson travels to Vietnam, where he meets the "Amerasians" - abandoned children of GIs and Vietnamese women. He also witnesses backyard crocodile farming, meets would-be capitalists and hears from a third generation suffering the effects of Agent Orange.
Producer Luke Menges ; Editor Karen O'Connor (Revised repeat)
3/6. Party animal Andrew Barn is a creative director in a top Manchester hair salon. Problem is, the only thing he can't trim is his spending. His debts run into tens of thousands of pounds. Dad Max and mum Pauline are about to find out for the first time just how much trouble their son is in. The couple were divorced 20 years ago but now they're a united force attempting to curb Andrew's extravagances. Tears and tantrums quickly follow - but will Andrew wake up to the fact that he's staring financial ruin in the face unless he accepts the parental advice?
Producer Dan Gooding ; Executive producer David Tibballs (AD)
4/4. At the age of 30, Christian has never left home completely and his mum Georgie wonders if he ever will. Christian has schizophrenia, which makes forming new relationships very difficult and means that his life still very much revolves around his family. The question is, will anyone else be able to love Christian like they do?
Director Ewan Marshall ; Executive producer Lynn Alleway
For years, it was suspected that Britain's biggest arms company maintained a slush fund providing millions of pounds in gifts and largesse to keep its most important clients in the Saudi Arabian government sweet. British Aerospace has always refused to comment on the rumours, insisting only that it has done nothing illegal.
In this Money Programme special, reporter
Michael Robinson talks to whistleblowers who doled out BAe's money and reveals just how far the company was prepared to go to keep its customers happy and lubricate the wheels of the al-Yamamah defence contract.
Producer Martin Small The Battle for Marks and Spencer starts a new series of The Money Programme tomorrow at 7.30pm
Analysis of the top stories, with Gavin Esler.
Highlights of tonight's second-round encounter.
Presenter Hazel Irvine reflects on the day's Grand Prix action at Preston's Guild Hall.
Secondary Schools - Science Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 KS3 Curriculum Bites: Wan2Tlk Science Tackling areas that students find difficult. 23493 4.00 KS4 Curriculum Bites Topics in the curriculum broken down into short chunks.