The hurricane havoc is seen. (S)
A tale from the Wild West.
The tide looks set to change.
Miss Hoolie visits a carnival.
Miss Hoolie Julie:
The team find a new recruit.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
Laurel and Hardy try to flee the rat race on a boat trip.
Review page 58. (1940, U) (BW)
Classic Laurel and Hardy comedy.
Stan and Ollie try to attend a convention.
Review page 58. (1933, U) (BW)
Viewers' questions about wills. Plus Tony Hatch on his music career. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or via www.bbc.co.uk/workinglunch. Editor Tracey Hobbs
Crime drama starring
Steve McQueen. Frank Kane 's life as a New York crime boss comes under threat. Review page 58. Director Robert Stevens (1958, PG)
4/5. Steve McQueen. Memories from the star's stunt double. See Tuesday's choice.
rAn outbreak of anthrax is threatening the wildlife.
Ben Fogle meets the tiny termite, plus a look at why quad bikes and dune buggies are making life hell for the Damara tern. Postponed from 20 April
New series 1/10. A guide for people wanting to buy a property abroad begins with presenter
Juliet Morris and property expert Nigel Leek scouting out three properties in the Low Tatras region of Slovakia. The series continues on Monday 16 May.
Director Liz Friend ; Series producer Stephanie Hunter
On 20 November 1953, news breaks that one of the most significant archaeological discoveries of the century is an elaborate hoax. Heralded as the "missing link" between ape and man and proof of Darwin's theory of evolution, the remains of the earliest human being - known as "Piltdown Man" - were revealed to be a cleverly constructed forgery. Director Tanya Cheadle ; Executive producer Chris Kelly
Revised repeat from BBC4
8/12. Ray and Roger go plant-hunting in Japan. Meanwhile, Britain's most rare orchid is planted back into the wild in a secret location.
Producer Tim Green ; Seres producer Adam Alexander
The team take a look at one of the UK's gardening obsessions - bedding plants. Monty adds colour to Berryfields as well as planting up some herbs in containers; Joe builds a pergola; Carol creates a carpet bedding effect in the alpine garden; and Sarah makes up a range of hanging baskets.
Producer Andy Vernon : Series producer Sarah Moors BBC GARDENERS' WORLD LIVE: 15-19 June at the NEC, Birmingham. To book call [number removed]0209 or visit www.bbcgardenersworldlive.com RT DIRECT: book Gardeners' World - Gardening from Berryftelds. is E18 (RRP £20) inci p&p. To order, call [number removed]7979 (national rate) Exotic plants offer: page
As America struggles to find a get-out strategy in Iraq, this documentary looks at the humiliation of their withdrawal from Vietnam 30 years ago. Tim Pigott-Smith narrates the remarkable story of the events leading up to that chaotic day, captured in images of Americans scrambling aboard a helicopter on the roof of the CIA building in Saigon - a traumatic moment that was to shape the American psyche for over a generation. Contains disturbing scenes.
Kirsty Wark presents an extended edition analysing the general election's aftermath.
Nicolas Roeg 's intense erotic drama starring
Art Garfunkel , Theresa Russell and Harvey Keitel. Vienna: American Milena Flaherty is rushed to hospital after a suicide attempt. When Inspector Netusil begins questioning her lover, psychologist Alex Linden , he unveils a passionate and destructive relationship. Review page 58. (1980.18)
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Open University/General Interest
(Repeats not indicated.)
2.00 Art - a Question of Style
2.30 Women and Allegory: Gender and Sculpture
3.00 Informer, Eduquer, Divertir?
3.30 The Unusual Suspects
4.00 Declining Citizenship
4.30 Alaska: The Last Frontier?
5.00 Animated English: The Creature Comforts Story
5.30 Play and the Social World: Children's social skills.