6.00 The Animals of Farthing Wood: Will Spike be accepted?
6.25 Noah's Island (S)
6.50 There's a Viking In My Bed: A Viking banquet.
Big Cook Little Cook
8.20 Tots TV
The friends play an upside-down game. (S)
8.40 Pablo the Little Red Fox
Pablo is taught how to balance. (R) (S)
8.45 Little Robots
Archie's new invention is weird.
Writer Wayne Jackman (S)
9.20 The Roly Mo Show
Is it quiet enough for Roly to nap? (S)
10.00 Sergeant Stripes
A button has gone missing. (R) (S)
10.10 Yoho Ahoy
10.15 Bob the Builder
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
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10 30 Emotional Literacy (7-11) 8489963
10.40 Maths Channel (8-9) 8476499
10.55 Watch (5-7) 8482050
11.30 BBC Primary History (7-9)
Atmospheric crime drama starring Dick Powell.
An ex-member of the Canadian Air Force searches for the Nazi collaborator responsible for his wife's death.
Review page 57. (1945, U) (BW)
Plants of Fermanagh. (Revised rpt)
Creating a paradise for birds in a bare garden plot.
A Derby-based family want to move to rural Lincolnshire.
Series producer Mandy Thomson
James Tanner and Lesley Waters are on their marks.
Scruples are cast aside in the big-money quiz show hosted by Jamie Theakston.
Who's putting on the Ritz and who's in the doldrums? Claudia Winkleman presides.
As the newly expanded Museum of Modern Art in New York reopens, world-renowned art critic Robert Hughes is offered a first look into the building designed by Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi. Kwame Kwei-Armah presents the arts round-up. Series producer Julian Birkett : Editor George Entwistle Repeated at 11.20pm Newsnight Review comes from New York's Museum of Art tomorrow at 11pm
Typhoon Island. Taiwan is one of the most beautiful places in Asia. Sitting on the edge of the Pacific, it brims with spectacular wildlife, including bears, salmon, worm-eating snakes, multi-coloured birds and monkeys; it's also home to bizarre creatures found nowhere else on Earth. Early settlers named it Isla Formosa -the "Beautiful Isle" - and, despite the constant ravages of typhoons, earthquakes and a storm of human progress, it's still wonderfully wild. Producer Nick Upton ; Series editor Tim Martin (AD)
From newly born spring fawns to a summer of play and the drama of the autumn rut - following a family of British roe deer and a herd of sika deer in the forests and marshes of Dorset over 12 months.
Producer Roger Webb : Series producers Wendy Darke and Simon Nash www.bbc.co.uk/nature
New series 1/3. An unprecedented look at the life-and-death dilemmas faced by doctors and patients. Who Should Get the Transplant? A family man who's attempted suicide, a 14-year-old girl and a recovering alcoholic all require a new liver- but it's up to the doctors involved to make the unenviable decision as to whether each case warrants the transplant of an organ that's in scarce supply.
Producer Page Shepherd; Series producer Andrew Cohen (AD)
Corby's Kingswood estate in Northamptonshire has been annexed by a band of hooligans, who make the residents' lives a misery with a brutal daily dose of vandalism and intimidation. Yvonne and her husband Les have joined the street-watch scheme supported by the police, but will their action make a difference or are they merely putting themselves at risk? Can the couple in their 60s achieve a longed-for life of peace? Contains strong language. Producer Daniela Volker ; Series producer Richard Bee (AD) 53
With Gavin Esler.
Experimental drama from master director Jean-Luc Godard starring Bruno Putzulu. Facing the collapse of his latest project, a film-maker ruminates on everything from love and warto historical truth and Hollywood domination. In French with English subtitles. Review page 59. (2001, PG)(BW and Colour)
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2.00 GCSE Bitesize: English 2: Poetry: Focusing on part of Paper Two of the English exam on poetry.
4.00 GCSE Bitesize: Maths 2: Algebra: Covering equations and formulae, sequences, functions and graphs.