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Monday 7pm – 10pm, ITV
Kick off 7.45pm. England take on Bulgaria in the Group A qualifier at the Vasil Levski National Stadium in Sofia. The Three Lions breezed to a 4-0 victory in the reverse fixture at Wembley in September, with Harry Kane notching up a hat-trick and Raheem Sterling bagging the other. The Bulgarians have been struggling for form and Krasimir Balakov will be keen for his men to produce a better performance at home. It will be interesting to see how England react after their 2-1 defeat in the Czech Republic on Friday, Gareth Southgate can ill afford for his side to repeat that terrible display. Presented by Mark Pougatch with commentary from Glenn Hoddle and Clive Tyldesley.
Monday 10pm – 11.05pm, Channel 5
In a radical new approach, two heterosexual couples who want to improve things in the bedroom seek advice from four lesbians. Patrick and Eva, Temi and Juliet are helped by queen of body confidence Maria, sex psychology master Gen, sex toy expert Jade and master of anatomy, Ali.
Tuesday 8.30pm – 10.50pm, E4
Marty McFly continues his time-travelling escapades and ends up in the Wild West, where he must battle against a villainous gunslinger who is hellbent on murdering his eccentric scientist friend, Doc Brown. Stars Christopher Lloyd, Michael J Fox, Thomas F Wilson and Mary Steenburgen.
Wednesday 8pm – 8.30pm, ITV
In the last episode of the series that goes behind the scenes with the staff at Britain’s busiest airport, drugs dog Cole is always alert trying to sniff out contraband in passengers possession, while elsewhere security officer Estefenia uses a unique method to get passengers through the security checks quickly.
Thursday 9pm – 10pm, BBC4
This story, filmed over 10 years, documents the passion and dreams of Australian David Mayman, who became obsessed with the idea of developing jetpacks. His tale reveals his lifelong ambition of flying the world’s first jetpack, and how it almost cost him his life.
Thursday 10pm – 11.05pm, Channel 5
An interesting insight into the terrifying situations that can occur in malfunctioning lifts, and what the outcomes are. Stories include that of a newlywed bride who missed her wedding reception when the lift stopped working just feet from her guests, and the shocking incident of a lift dropping a shocking 84 storeys in one of Chicago’s tallest buildings when the cable snapped.
Friday 8pm – 8.30pm, BBC1
New series of the popular follow on of Roy Clarke’s comedy Open All Hours. David Jason returns as Granville to open the door of the UK’s favourite corner shop. After he finds an old mangle in the yard, Arkwright’s protege wonders what to do with it. Cyril and Eric mentor Mr Newbold in the art of love and how he can get closer to Mrs Rossi, while Beth pressure Leroy to find a partner for her best friend Ruby who has been suspended from work. Also stars Johnny Vegas, Katie Redford and James Baxter.
Friday 9pm – 10pm, Channel 5
This new series follows former Pontins bluecoat Shane Richie as he sets out on a mission to try and persuade not only his friends and family, but the great British public that caravanning is great fun and we should holiday more in the UK. He starts by taking extended family members to Rhyl in north Wales, where the group stay in static caravans and partake in the resort entertainment, which includes good old bingo! Shane then takes his family to a disused slate quarry in Blaenau Ffestiniog where they go on a long zipline.
Saturday 9pm – 11.05pm, Channel 4
A white woman takes her African American photographer boyfriend to meet her parents, but he suspects there is much more to them and the locals than meets the eye. Psychological thriller, starring Caleb Laundry Jones, Daniel Kaluuya, Allison Williams and Bradley Whitford.
Sunday 10.45am – 2pm, ITV
Kick off 11.15am. ITV presents the fourth and final Quarter-final match of the Rugby World Cup from Tokyo. South Africa will take on the Group A winners which will either be Ireland, Scotland or Japan. It’s been a fantastic tournament so far with strong performances from Ireland, but don’t underestimate the Scots or Japan, both of whom have put in some rugged and determine displays.
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