The Silver Brumby Wombat and his family get lost.
6.25 The Adventures of Marco and ' Gina Ardelia must take care of baby ostrich.
6.50 Barmy Aunt
Boomerang Sebastian finds himself in detention on his birthday.
Writers Trevelyan Evans and Peter Sinclair
7 05 Tom The nomadic dinosaur finds trouble in Hollywood.
7.30 Ocean Odyssey Praxis strive to attack the pyramid.
Big Cook Little Cook
Helping Little Red Riding Hood.
8.20 Tots TV
What magic surprises are stored in Tiny's suitcase?
8.30 Postman Pat
Creating an adventure playground.
8.45 Wide Eye
Autumn brings the wise owl a bout of flu.
Can Archie fix Edie's bus in time for a tour? Writer Wayne Jackman
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9.20 Come Outside
Discovering how soap is made.
Judy climbs Mount Snowdon.
A bouncy cushion appears.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Bilko is misled by a white lie. (BW)
Followed by The Witness
Live from Bournemouth, shadow Home Secretary David Davis addresses the conference. Plus a debate on reforming the pension system. <s)
Current affairs with Adam Shaw and Adrian Chiles.
Anne Robinson appeals on behalf of the Alzheimer's
Society. DONATIONS: for details see Sunday BBC1 at 4.45pm
Live coverage of this afternoon's second-round matches from the Grand Prix in Preston. This time last year Paul Hunter , sporting Alice band and plaits, destroyed Stuart Bingham 5-1 to book his place in the last 16, while defending champion Chris Small managed to overcome a seemingly insurmountable 4-1 deficit to defeat
Stuart Pettman 5-4 in the early hours of the morning.
Shadow Foreign Secretary
Michael Ancram presents the Torys' position on defence and foreign affairs.
More live second-round action from Preston with the best-of-nine-frame matches deciding the last sixteen.
Elimination quiz. Then Party Conference Broadcast by the Conservative Party.
Resentment and paranoia are spreading through the teams. The men are becoming sick of Sam's antics so decide to hold him accountable as project manager. And when the women hold a meeting to resolve issues, Omarosa sees it as a personal attack. See Monday's choice. isi
Live coverage of the second round in the Grand Prix as the field continues to be whittled down. 2003's tournament saw
Lee Walker emerge from the wilderness - six years during which he'd failed to capitalise on the early promise that led to his winning the Young Player of the Year award in 1997. Snatching a closely fought battle in the opening round against Tony Drago he went on to score a decisive 5-1 victory over Quinten Hann for a place in the last 16.
New series 1/8. Has M&Sgot its knickers in a twist?
Following one of the worst slumps in Marks and Spencer's 120-year history, a dramatic boardroom shake-up replaced the chief executive with a man who had a track record for turning around struggling retailers - Stuart Rose. But then billionaire retail buccaneer Philip Green entered the fray with an assertive takeover bid. The Money
Programme looks at the ensuing tussle and assesses the future of one of the UK's biggest retail names.
Producer Adam Warner ; Editor Clive Edwards
2/8. Ordinary members of the public undertake amazing feats of human endurance. Can a sales manager from
Putney survive four days and 200 miles of running, biking, climbing and kayaking in the oppressive heat and 90 per cent humidity of Borneo? Explorer Mike Stroud narrates.
Producer Nigel Simpkiss : Series producer Richard Sinclair (AD)
2/3. Do mediums spread false hope or provide much-needed comfort for the bereaved? This intriguing
Everyman investigation continues to follow mediums who claim to receive messages from beyond the grave.
A Southampton woman attempts to contact her best friend, who suffered a violent death, blind medium
Sharon Neill confronts a spirit that is ruining a young man's life and, in an item incorrectly billed last week, medium Gordon Smith investigates uncanny happenings in a Glasgow pub. Narrated by Sean Pertwee.
Series producer Jane Beckwith : Executive producer Ruth Pitt
Off-kilter and Emmy award-winning US sitcom following a family of Californian eccentrics. When Michael puts George Michael in charge of the Bluth banana stand, disaster strikes. The next episode premieres on BBC4 at 10.30pm.
Lindsay Bluth Funke:
George Oscar Gob Bluth:
George Michael Bluth:
George Bluth Sr:
With Gavin Esler.
Live from Preston, the second round of the Grand Prix reaches its conclusion. With commentary by Clive Everton , Willie Thorne , John Virgo and Neal Foulds.
Hazel Irvine introduces highlights of the second round from Preston's Guild Hall.
Secondary Schools - Science
2.00 Short Circuit: Chemistry and Health Featuring a discussion covering major scientific issues. 39129 4.00 Short Circuit: Physics Looking at physical processes.