The Silver Brumby Arrow leaves his territory to escort Goonda back to her home in the south.
6.25 The Adventures of Marco and Gina Count Yagor and Scarry dress as clowns in order to stage a fake circus show. Signed.
6.50 Barmy Aunt Boomerang A career in television beckons, but Aunt Boomerang needs to find herself an audience.
Writer Richard Fegen
7.05 Tom A giant squid is plundering pearls off the coast of a Japanese fishingvillage.
7 30 Ocean Odyssey Does Charley hold the red-virus cure?
Big Cook Little Cook
Ben and Small take it in turns to imitate sea creatures.
8.20 Tots TV
Tom leads the gang on a merry dance with the aid of a trumpet he finds.
8 30 Postman Pat
Alf's pigeon Cedric won't budge from the church belfry so Pat decides on a musical course of action.
8 45 Wide Eye
Little Hoot believes there's a monster on the loose when he has trouble sleeping. (S)
9 00 Balamory
Who will referee the football match in the sports hall?
9.20 Come Outside
A look at sweeping plus a visit to a factory that makes brushes.
When Doodle starts to mimic Bella, a copying game is soon organised.
Little Bo Peep asks the gang to help search for her lost sheep.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 What? Where? When? Why? (ages 7-11) Scottish Settlements - Our Place and Space
10.45 Let's Write a Story (ages 6-7) Crumple's Story
11.00 BBC Primary History (ages 7-9) Saxons and Vikings - Viking Voyagers (5)6511021 11.20 BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-9)
Weather. Place and People - Arctic Lapland (AD) 1754682 11.40 BBC Primary History (ages 7-11)
The Romans in Britain
Quarter-final matches from
Preston. Plus four live races from Salisbury, featuring the Group 3 Autumn Stakes at
4.15. Other starts are at 2.30,
3.05 and 3.40. With Clare Balding and Rishi Persad.
Editor (racing) Stephen Cook
More boardroom bickering as Donald Trump shuffles the teams of would-be tycoons and sets them the task of buying and selling whatever they want at a flea market.
Kristi's lack of decision-making skills are questioned and Nick turns to the women. See Monday's choice.
Quarter-final action from the Grand Prix at the Guildhall in Preston. By this stage last year, Matthew Stevens had shown impressive form by thrashing Ronnie O'Sullivan to secure a place in the final eight, while Ireland's Ken Doherty had ousted Jimmy White. Presented by Hazel Irvine.
6/12. A severe drought puts 14,000 trees under threat at the Royal Botanic Gardens and arboretum manager
Ray Townsend is desperate for the irrigation points to be pressed into service. Plus Tony Kirkham sources some new additions to the Pagoda Vista at an Italian tree supermarket. Director Tim Green ; Series producer Adam Alexander RT DIRECT: hardback book A Year at Kew available for £14.99 including P&P (RRP £16.99). To order call [number removed] (national rate)
Autumn frosts are prepared for, while Monty sows winter crops in the kitchen garden, Chris gets busy with yellow rattle in the meadow area, and Rachel plans Christmas presents. Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Sarah Moors BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: available monthly, price £2.95
2/6. When a handful of British volunteers were pitted against the might of the German battleship Tirpitz in 1943, official records described the raid as the most daring attack of the Second World War. Four-man X-class midget submarines battled for 11 days across arctic seas to the impregnable Norwegian fjord where Germany's biggest ship awaited them. While crew members from two of the vessels survived, mystery has always surrounded the role of the X5's crew. Now a team of divers seeks out the truth in order to reveal the story of the unsung heroes. Narrated by Michael Praed. Director James Hayes ; Editor John Farren (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/history
Chris Beardshaw 's search for our most primitive plants leads him to Cuilcagh Mountain Park and Florence Court in Fermanagh, and Glenveagh Castle in County Donegal.
Producer Sarah Davis ; Series producer Gill Tierney (Revised rpt)
New series 1/12. Alan Davies , Jo Brand , Sean Lock and Bill Bailey supply "quite interesting" answers to questions on blues, beetles and baguettes. Stephen Fry poses the near-impossible queries. The next episode follows on BBC4. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd Bright sparks: page 35
Open University Repeats not indicated.
2.00 The Science of Climate Evidence to show that the Earth's climate has always been changing. 49903 2.30 A Formidable Foe 25828 3.00 A Thread of Quicksilver 574623.30 Uncertain Principles 99480 4.00 The Birth of Liquid
Crystals 203734.30 Open Advice - Exam Success
5.00 Lie of the Land - Three Revolutions in Mapping
5.30 The Trouble with Love - Adoring Women
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