What’s On Tv Tonight? Shows To Watch On Friday 15 June From Dale Winton’s Florida Fly Drive To Motd: Fifa World Cup 2018: Portugal V Spain


WHAT can’t you miss on TV tonight? Our guide to the must-see shows…

Dale Winton’s Florida Fly Drive, 10pm, Channel 5

Ch5 Dale Winton’s Florida Fly Drive: A fun-filled hour with a much-missed presenter Dale Winton’s final TV appearance on Florida Fly Drive

After taking a hiatus, Channel 5 are now airing the remaining four episodes of this travelogue series in tribute to one of light entertainment’s best-loved personalities.

This week, Dale’s (right) in Miami, staying at the opulent Casa Casuarina.

You may recognise it from BBC2 drama The Assassination Of Gianni Versace, as it was the home of the late fashion designer.

Dale also visits Muscle Beach, before meeting the owner of a cigar factory in Little Havana. Then it’s on to Billionaires’ Row, to check out the mansions.

A fun-filled hour with a much-missed presenter.

MOTD: Fifa World Cup 2018: Portugal v Spain, 6.20pm BBC One

BBC MOTD: FIFA world Cup 2018: Portugal v Spain

In the first mouth-watering clash of the World Cup matches, Spain – who boast six of Real Madrid’s Champions League winners including Sergio Ramos (left) – face Portugal and fellow Real star Cristiano Ronaldo.

This should be a cracking game to start a great weekend of sport.

Building Britain’s Canals, 8pm, Channel 5

Ch5 Building Britain’s Canals: Historian Dan Jones (above) explores the waterways’ origins

Britain’s canals are a once-neglected part of our landscape that have been reinvigorated.

Historian Dan Jones (above) explores the waterways’ origins, starting with the Grand Union Canal, the longest man-made waterway in the UK.

He also learns about the pioneers who made what was originally seven separate canals.

Cruising With Jane McDonald, 9pm, Channel 5

Ch5 Cruising With Jane McDonald: Jane was brave enough to climb the intimidating-looking Sydney Harbour Bridge

Jane (below) concludes the Australia and New Zealand segment of her journey in truly adventurous style.

She goes quad-biking in Wellington, is welcomed by a Māori tribe in Napier and takes a helicopter ride in Auckland (yes, we’re jealous).

But will Jane be brave enough to climb the intimidating-looking Sydney Harbour Bridge?

Well, yes. Just look at her!

The Bridge, 9pm, BBC Two

BBC The Bridge: The rift between Saga and Henrik has grown even wider

The rift between Saga (Sofia Helin, above) and Henrik has grown even wider, so much so that he’s avoiding her.
Saga explains that she made the decision about her pregnancy because she loves him, but he struggles to understand.

They’d better start getting on, though, because there’s the small matter of a serial killer to catch.

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