Shown yesterday at 4.30pm on BBC1
Will Miss Hoolie break her promise of going to the beach?
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The boys hide from the cops in Col Buckshot's grand mansion. (BW)
Herman's Peace Offensive. Herman becomes the victim of the office practical joker. (BW) Followed by The Witness
The latest from Westminster.
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6/6. It's time to harvest the vegetables. <s)
The President of Iceland explains why his country's businesses are expanding into the UK. Followed by The Witness
What creatures would exist in five million years' time?
PCs Grant and Recchia go out on speed-gun patrol.
A couple want to move from
London to rural Essex.
James Martin and Nick Nairn cook against the clock.
Paul Martin and the team are in Aberdeen.
John Ogilby 's "Britannia" (1675). Explorer Nicholas Crane attempts to use the first ever road map to lead him over the notorious Trans-Pennine Pass.
Director/Series producer Michael Waterhouse
New series1/10. The National Portrait Gallery collaborates with BBC2 to explore the way photography has been used - and manipulated - to construct the images of ten memorable figures from history.
Elvis Presley. Photographer Alfred Wertheimer 's task to cover the concert of an unknown singer turned out to be the defining shoot of his career. Here he discusses the shots of a youthful, carefree Presley before he was swallowed up by the publicity machine. Producer Sally Benton ; Series producer Chris Granlund Picture perfect: page 31; Reader offer: page 31
New series 1/6. Restaurant critic Richard Johnson searches for the birthplace of coffee in Ethiopia,
Michelin-starred chef Richard Corrigan shares his culinary secrets, while foodie Merrilees Parker lifts the lid on the chicken industry and Heston Blumenthal shows what inspired him to start cooking. Plus actress Fay Ripley 's chocolate meringues.
Series producer Dermot Caulfield ; Exec producer Gary Hunter The right chemistry: page 38
New series 1/3. A young aristocrat experiences life in the raw aboard a warship bound for Australia in a dramatisation of William Golding 's darkly comic trilogy. Rites of Passage. The early 19th century: arrogant and immature Edmund Talbot is drawn to flirtatious
Zenobia on a trip where tough lessons will be learnt.
Dramatised by Leigh Jackson and Tony Basgallop
Producer Lynn Horsford ; Director David Attwood All hands on deck: p12; What happened to TV drama?: p55
Lt Charles Summers:
Hosted by Gavin Esler.
It's week three and each team has $50,000 to create a viable promotion for Procter & Gamble's newest product: vanilla mint crest toothpaste. For the second week in a row there's a shake-up in the boardroom.
Shown at 9pm on BBC3
RT DIRECT: the book How to Get Rich by Donald Trump is Â£14.99 (RRP Â£16.99) incl p&p. To order call [number removed] (national rate)
★★★★★ Thought-provoking drama starring Robert Forster. Hard-bitten TV news cameraman John Cassellis becomes drawn into the violent events surrounding the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago. Review page 51.
Director Haskell Wexler (1969)
Followed by The Witness
Secondary Schools Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 PSHE: Job Bank 1/2. Digital media development, and beauty therapy. 66674 4.00 PSHE: Job Bank 2/2. Marketing and veterinary nursing.