Bill Turnbull and Kate Silverton host NewsWatch is at 7.45.
Live coverage of the opening exchanges of the tenth biennial world championships in Helsinki. British interest is high, despite the absence of Kelly Holmes : Olympic sprint relay gold medallists Mark Lewis-Francis and Jason Gardener feature in the 100m heats, while medal prospect Kelly Sotherton goes for gold in the heptathlon.
8.10 Heptathlon 100m hurdles
8.45 Men's 100m round one
9.20 Heptathlon high jump
10.05 Women's 3,000m steeplechase round one
10.45 Women's 800m round one
11.35 Men's 400m hurdles round one
Commentary: Steve Cram ,
Paul Dickenson , Brendan Foster and Stuart Storey ; reports from Sally Gunnell. Hosted by Hazel Irvine, with Jonathan Edwards , Colin Jackson and Michael Johnson. producer Helen Kuttner : Editors Michael Cole and Carl Hicks INTERACTIVE: digital viewers can access a medals table and a news service The ones to watch: page 18
Jessica Simpson on The Dukes of Hazzard, plus an interview with director John Singleton.
Exploring the exotic charms of the Scilly Isles.
Gripping western based on an Elmore Leonard tale, the first in a Glenn Ford double bill. With Van Heflin. Dan Evans holds outlaw Ben Wade at gunpoint - at stake is a $200 reward. Review page 47. Director Delmer Daves (1957, PG)
Tense western starring Glenn Ford and Ernest Borgnine. A drifter's arrival at Shep Horgan's cattle ranch causes tension when he attracts advances from Horgan's wife. Review page 47. Director Delmer Daves (1956, PG)
- From Helsinki where, later on, the first medals will be decided.
4.40 Men's 20km walk
4.45 Men's 100m round two
5.25 Heptathlon 200m INTERACTIVE: see 8.00am for details Live coverage from 5pm in Sport on 5, which starts at 12 noon on Radio 5 Live
Paul Martin and experts David Barby and James Lewis evaluate personal effects in the city of Hull.
Series producer Peter Smith ; Exec producer Tom Ware
Men without Women. Fletcher becomes a prison welfare officer in a classic episode first shown in 1974. Writers Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais
Director/Producer Sydney Lotterby
The Normandy landings sealed Winston Churchill 's reputation as a great wartime leader yet, back in 1915, the disastrous assault on Gallipoli almost finished his military career. Underwater footage of sunken battleships in the Dardanelles and evidence washed up on the Turkish beaches are reminders of the bitter lessons learnt prior to the successful 1944 invasion. Director John Hayes-Fisher ; Editor John Farren
How did Paula Radcliffe fare in the 10,000m? Plus coverage of the men's shot put final, which Britain's Carl Myerscough has hopes of reaching. INTERACTIVE: access to a medals table and a news service The ones to watch: page 18
5/6. Ignoring the power of water can, even today, be a perilous act, says Dr lain Stewart. Thriving ancient civilisations learnt how best to exploit one of man's most crucial commodities, but whether they controlled water or vice versa depended on the rocks beneath their feet. From the catastrophic flooding of Stone Age hunting grounds around the Black Sea to the fall of the Roman Empire, water played a decisive role. Producer Nigel Miller ; Series producer Jeremy Phillips
First shown on BBC4
Ominous, stunning psychological fantasy starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Drew Barrymore. Troubled high-school student Donnie Darko sleepwalks one night and is told by a menacing giant rabbit that the end of the world is imminent. Returning home in the morning, he discovers that a jet engine has crashed through the roof of his house. Film of the week: page 43.
Director Richard Kelly (2001.15)
Dr Lilian Thurman:
Scathing black comedy drama. In a New Jersey suburb, a group of dysfunctional residents have cataclysmic encounters with broken relationships, suicide, obesity, child abuse and obscene phone calls. Review page 47.
Director Todd Solondz (1998, 18) Film Highlights: page 45
Washington DC, 8 August 1974: the disgraced President Nixon spends his final day in the White House.
Director David Bartlett Rptd Monday on BBC4 at 7.30pm
Open University/General Interest Repeats not indicated
2.00 The Spiral of Silence 68397 2.30 Lifelines 47604 3.00 The Cretaceous Greenhouse World Poles Apart 6905129 3.50 Ever Wondered? 47147939 4.00 Open Advice Staying on Course 59649 4.30 News Stories 79378 5.00 Rough Science 42736 5.30 Background Brief Impact - Planet Earth
5.45 Snapshots Antarctic Adventure