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Ends 8.00.

The Silver Brumby
Anda falls into a ravine.

6.25 Noah's Island
More animated polar bear antics.

6.50 Barmy Aunt Boomerang
Sebastian and his friends are eager to hear a new rock band at the school. Writer Roy Apps

7.05 Tom
An inventor's flying machine causes trouble as the circus visits Venice.

7.30 I Love Mummy
The goth editor of the school newspaper becomes smitten with Nuff.

7.55 Newsround


Unknown: Brumby Anda
Unknown: Boomerang Sebastian

: CBeebies

Ends 10.30.
Big Cook Little Cook
Will some flat batteries in the radio stop the duo's dancing antics? (R) (S)

8 20 Tots TV
A little girl needs help' washing the car when her brother goes off to play football. (S)

8 30 Postman Pat
The residents all enter when a kite-flying festival is held in Greendale. (R) (S)

8.45 Wide Eye
Things don't go to plan when a club is set up for anyone who has a special talent. (S)

9 00 Balamory
A smelly sandwich upsets the whale-spotting plans of Miss Hoolie and PC Plum. Writer David Madennan (S)

9.20 Come Outside
Auntie Mabel looks at the wind. (R) (S)

9.40 Tweenies
Jake learns that his small stature can be turned to his advantage. (R) (S)

10.00 Teletubbies
Po goes in for a spot of hill climbing. (R) (S)
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays


Edie McCredie: Juliet Cadzow
PC Plum: Andrew Agnew
Miss Hoolie: Julie Wilson Nimmo
Archie: Miles Jupp
Penny Pocket: Kim Tserkezie
Suzie Sweet: Mary Riggans
Josie Jump: Kasia Haddad
Spencer: Rodd Christensen

: Schools programmes

Repeats are not indicated.
10.30 What? Where? When? Why? (ages 7-11) Scottish Settlements - Familiar Buildings
10.45 Watch (ages 5-7) Celebrations -Sikhism 4974912 11.00 BBC Primary History (ages 7-9) Saxons and Vikings 6357825 11.20
BBC Primary Geography (ages 7-9) Writing about the Weather
1590486 11.40 BBC Primary History (ages 7-11) The Romans in Britain - Roman Relaxation

: The Phil Silvers Show: Hair

Bilko decides to do something drastic about his bald head when Sgt Joan Hogan starts dating a wavy-haired corporal. (BW)

Followed by The Witness

: Working Lunch

Answering queries on the topic of pensions, with Adam Shaw. Viewers can contribute via www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch or email: working.lunch@bbc.co.uk. Editor Tracey Hobbs


Unknown: Adam Shaw.
Editor: Tracey Hobbs

: Golf

Round two of the World Match
Play championship swings into action live from Wentworth.
The remaining eight are now paired off in a head-to-head competition to decide the semi-finalists. In 2003, eventual winner Ernie Els enjoyed his
34th birthday as he booked his spot in the final four by beating Tim Clark.


Unknown: Ernie Els
Unknown: Tim Clark.

: Weakest Link

Elimination quiz.

: The Apprentice

Ethical war is waged, morale-boosting schemes are devised and harsh words are spoken as the teams take up the task of operating a rickshaw cab business.

: Spy

5/9. Mounting a surveillance operation proves to be a claustrophobic experience, with cramped living conditions to be endured for three days. First shown on BBC3

: Hidden Gardens

2/6. At Norton Priory in Cheshire, a team of gardeners are looking to re-create the 12th-century medicinal herb garden. Chris Beardshawjoins archaeologists, pathologists and scholars to help draw up an authentic plant list.
Producer Jacci Parry ; Executive producer Sam Organ


Unknown: Chris Beardshawjoins
Producer: Jacci Parry
Producer: Sam Organ

: A Year at Kew

7/12. Tony Kirkham makes a loaf of bread the hard way-starting by sowing a field. Plus romance is in the air for two of Kew's oldest residents. Narrated by Alan Titchmarsh.
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)


Unknown: Tony Kirkham
Unknown: Alan Titchmarsh.
Director: Tim Green
Producer: Adam Alexander

: Gardeners' World

Autumn jobs are on the agenda as Monty prunes hedges,
Rachel plants hammamelis and Chris visits a new arboretum in Worcestershire to see their autumnal display.
Producer Andy Vernon ; Series producer Sarah Moors BBC GARDENERS' WORLD MAGAZINE: available monthly, price £2.95


Producer: Andy Vernon
Producer: Sarah Moors

: Timewatch - The Mystery of the Black Death

3/6. Could the Black Death - killer of up to half of Europe in the 14th century - be lying dormant, ready to strike again? New evidence refutes received opinion that the cause was bubonic plague spread by rats, but was actually a deadly virus that emerged from animals and then vanished again. Director Sam Roberts : Editor John Farren (AD)


Director: Sam Roberts
Editor: John Farren

: The Flying Gardener

A short seminar on hedges as Chris Beardshaw visits
RHS Rosemoor in Devon and Antony House in Cornwall.
Director David Leighton ; Series producer Gill Tierney (Revised rpt)


Unknown: Chris Beardshaw
Director: David Leighton
Producer: Gill Tierney

: Ql

2/12. Alan Davies , Jo Brand , Phil Kay and Rich Hall are awarded points for "quite interesting" answers by erudite quizmaster Stephen Fry. The next episode follows on BBC4. Director Ian Lorimer ; Producer John Lloyd The very busy Stephen Fry is a guest of Jonathan Ross at 10.35pm on BBC1


Unknown: Alan Davies
Unknown: Jo Brand
Unknown: Phil Kay
Unknown: Rich Hall
Unknown: Stephen Fry.
Director: Ian Lorimer
Producer: John Lloyd
Unknown: Stephen Fry
Unknown: Jonathan Ross

: Newsnight

Presented by Gavin Esler.


Presented By: Gavin Esler.

: Newsnight Review

Ian McMillan , Sarah Churchwell and John Harris join Mark Lawson to assess the cultural week. Series producerTanya Hudson


Unknown: Ian McMillan
Unknown: Sarah Churchwell
Unknown: John Harris
Unknown: Mark Lawson

: Later.... with Jools Holland

rNew series 1/6. Robbie Williams performs his latest single and EMs Costello showcases new album The Delivery Man. Plus the Clash's Mick Jones and Paul Simonon , hip hop's Estelle, punk trio Green Day and singer-songwriter Nellie McKay.
Producer Alison Howe ; Director Janet Fraser Crook Phill Jupitus on Elvis Costello : page 35


Unknown: Robbie Williams
Unknown: Mick Jones
Unknown: Paul Simonon
Singer-Songwriter: Nellie McKay.
Producer: Alison Howe
Director: Janet Fraser Crook
Director: Phill Jupitus
Unknown: Elvis Costello

: A Room for Romeo Brass

Dark comedy drama. Young Romeo and Gavin seem to have an unbreakable bond of friendship. But when the mysterious Morell enters their lives, the inseparable nature of the two boys is put to the test. Film of the Week: page 39.
Director Shane Meadows (1999.15)


Director: Shane Meadows
Romeo: Andrew Shim
Gavin: Ben Marshall
Morell: Paddy Considine
Joseph Brass: Frank Harper
Sandra Woolley: Julia Ford
Steven Laws: Bob Hoskins

: BBC Learning Zone

Open University Repeats not indicated.
2.00 Hidden Visions 77239 2.30 Lifelines 52974 3.00 Sickle Cell - a Lethal Advantage 13448 3.30 Lost Worlds
4.00 Making Contact 64719 4.30 Open Advice - Study to Succeed 14177 5.00 The Train to Cluj-Napoca
5.30 The Trouble with Love - Prudence versus Passion

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