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Monday 7pm – 10pm. ITV
Kick-off 7.45pm. Live from the Podgorica City Stadium comes live coverage of the second round of qualifying from Group A as Montenegro take on England. The teams have met four times, all of which have been in qualifying for a summer tournament. The two ties played in Montenegro have both finished in draws – the first match in October 2010 was 0-0 in a very uninspiring match and in March 2013 the game ended 1-1, a Wayne Rooney strike was cancelled out by a 76th minute strike by Dejan Damjanovic. England will be aiming for a win after they demolished the Czech Republic 5-0 in a convincing win in the first round. Presented by Mark Pougatch with commentary from Clive Tyldesley and Lee Dixon.
Monday 10pm – 11.30pm, BBC4
A dramatized documentary which details the story of Soviet ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev, who defected to the West in 1961. Bookshop ballet star Artem Ovcharenko recreates Nureyev’s steps by reenacting the Kirov Ballet company’s 1961 European tour, which famously gave the dancer the opportunity to flee the Soviet grip on June 16th when he slipped past his minders at Paris’ le Bourget airport. The programme highlights how his defection is thought to have changed the course of the Cold War and explains how he came to change his allegiance. It features interviews and first hand accounts from those who were there, including rival Sergei Vikulov, prima Ballerina Alla Osipenko, choreographer Pierre Lacotte and Nureyev’s friend and confident, Clara Saint.
Tuesday 8pm – 10pm, ITV3
Documentary which explores Larry Grayson’s rise to fame from poverty, drawing on extracts and insights from his unfinished autobiography which was only recently discovered. The programme features contributions from colleagues and friends including Chris Tarrant, Janet Street Porter, Michael Barrymore and Generation Game co-host Isla St Clair.
Tuesday 10.15pm – 11.30pm, Channel 5
The world was shocked when it learned of the story of an Austrian man who imprisoned and tortured his own daughter for 24 years in the basement of the family home, until she was released at the age of 42 in 2008. Fritzl pleaded guilty to all charges in a dramatic last minute confession before his trial, he was sentenced to life in a secure unit for imprisonment, rape and incest – his own daughter bore his seven children – and he caused the death of one child by neglect. This documentary explores the heinous crime, including the act itself and the trial, as well as exploring how anyone could recover and come to terms with the ordeal.
Wednesday 8pm – 9pm, BBC1
Steve Bushell undertakes a live dive and explores a Caribbean wreck in search of a fish which is upsetting the natural order in the sharks home. Liz Bonnin joins scientists to understand how plastics and rising sea temperatures are affecting the Great Barrier Reef. Meanwhile the crew on board the expedition research vessel ‘Atlantis’ are out on the Pacific exploring the mysterious deep ocean.
Thursday 8pm – 9pm, Channel 5
Heinz is known the world over and you’ll be hard pushed to find many people in the UK who haven’t sampled its products. Here we travel behind the scenes of the Wigan food factory where 200 different products are produced round the clock by an army of 850 people. The factory produces over 450 million cans of baked beans everyday as well as soup and pasta. The documentary meets the team behind the task, including engineers, food tasters and ever the factory’s own firemen! It also learns where the famous Heinz 57 number comes from.
Friday 9pm – 11.20pm, E4
A psychopath plants a bomb on a crowded bus which is primed to detonate if the vehicles speed drops below 50 mph. An LAPD cop discovers the plot and sets out to help the hapless passengers on the bus, in particular a woman who has taken control of the vehicle and needs to keep the speed above the critical number. Stars Jeff Daniels, Keanu Reeves, Sandra Bullock and Dennis Hopper.
Saturday 5.30pm – 6.30pm, BBC2
The former Top Gear presenter examines the history and story of different cars which had the most impact on the populous in the 20th Century.
Saturday 9pm – 10.05pm, More4
Recorded at Newcastle’s Tyne Theatre and Opera House in 2014, Sarah Millican shares quirks and humour from her life, including what to take away on a dirty weekend, the requirement to put down some roots now she owns cats, how many meals to eat a day and how to teach a pensioner to swear.
Sunday 9pm – 11pm, Channel 4
Highlights and action from the Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir where the second round of the season took place. In last year’s race here Sebastian Vettel started and finished in pole position whereas Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton finished second and third respectively. Presented by Steve Jones with analysis from Billy Monger and David Coulthard.
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