WHAT can’t you miss on TV tonight? Our guide to the must-see shows…
FIFA World Cup 2018: Opening Ceremony, 2.30pm, ITV
ITV FIFA World Cup 2018: Opening Ceremony: Make a mental note: England play on Monday Everything you need to know about the 2018 World Cup in Russia
The BBC and ITV are about to rip up their usual schedules as the big kick-off is finally here.
First, there’s the opening ceremony to get through at the 80,000-seat Luzhniki Stadium (right) in Moscow, featuring hundreds of dancers and acrobats as well as Nicky Jam and Will Smith performing the official World Cup song Live It Up.
There could have been more enticing prospects for the opening game than Russia v Saudi Arabia, but it’s a chance to cast an eye over the hosts.
They’re not a great side, but will be boosted by passionate support. Make a mental note: England play on Monday.
The Trouble with Women With Anne Robinson, 9pm, BBC One
BBC The Trouble With Women With Anne Robinson: TV presenter Anne (left) speaks to British women about issues including sexual harassment and the gender pay gap
To mark the centenary of the suffragettes’ victory, TV presenter Anne (left) speaks to British women about issues including sexual harassment and the gender pay gap.
She’s keen to discover how much equality women feel they’ve achieved and what they want to change.
Inside HM Prison Wormwood Scrubs, 9pm, Channel 5
Ch5 Inside HM Prison Wormwood Scrubs: This documentary takes us behind the locked doors to deliver tales about the flogging of aristocrats
Built in the Victorian era, the Category B men’s prison in west London has been home to many infamous inmates over the years, including serial killers Ian Brady and Peter Sutcliffe.
This documentary takes us behind the locked doors to deliver tales about the flogging of aristocrats, tough prison officers and even a Soviet spy…
Humans, 9pm, Channel 4
Ch4 Humans: When Joe arrives with orphan Sam at the family home, the Hawkins clan must protect him Mattie releases the code that makes all synths conscious in the Humans series two finale
In the wake of Karen’s death, Laura (Katherine Parkinson, left) secures a victory for synthetic rights, with violence against synths now being punishable by law.
When Joe arrives with orphan Sam at the family home, the Hawkins clan must protect him – which hilariously includes Joe grilling synth Stanley (Dino Fetscher, right) for the dirt on Neil.
Humans is strongest when it focuses on the domestic.
Million Pound Menu, 9pm, BBC Two
BBC Million Pound Menu: Rupert (left) and Marita (right) think they’ll have pasta chains running scared with their new concept
Rupert (left) and Marita (right) think they’ll have pasta chains running scared with their new concept.
They’re looking for a £140,000 investment in a series of bubble-and-squeak eateries called Bubble&.
Meanwhile, Jay needs £600,000 for his vegan-friendly supper-club Dynasty.
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