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Destry Rides Again, 2.25pm, Film4 WRY western clas­sic from di­rec­tor Ge­orge Mar­shall, who would re­make it shot for shot in 1954 — to lit­tle ef­fect. James Ste­wart is the deputy try­ing to clean up a law­less town. More fool him . . .


Great Bri­tain v Bel­gium, 3pm, BT Sport 1 THE Bri­tish men have se­cured a place in the 2016 Olympics, so some new play­ers are likely to get a chance in these World League Fi­nals in Raipur, In­dia.


Mid­dles­brough v Ev­er­ton, 7.30pm, Sky Sports 1 STE­WART DOWN­ING nearly net­ted a win­ner, then scored in the penalty shoot-out as Boro beat Manch­ester United in the previous round of the League Cup. Now, they face another Premier League side, Ev­er­ton, who also won on penal­ties, against Nor­wich.


Power To The Peo­ple, 9pm, BBC4 THE fi­nal part deals with cus­tomer ser­vice from the en­ergy com­pany’s per­spec­tive. One of the big­gest causes of com­plaints is the power cut and, in the field, it’s the li­nes­men who are try­ing to stop this from hap­pen­ing. ‘We’ve all had lit­tle shocks,’ says 36-year vet­eran Kevin Wade, whose de­scrip­tion of what hap­pens to some­one who re­ceives an 11,000volt shock is stom­ach-churn­ing.


In­ven­tions That Rocked The World, 9pm, Quest NEW se­ries about the in­flu­ence of tech­nol­ogy on mu­sic, which is huge if you con­sider ‘tech­nol­ogy’ to be any­thing be­yond singing and clap­ping. Episode one is all about spread­ing mu­sic, through juke­boxes, pirate ra­dio and mix tapes. An­nie Nightin­gale, Dave Davies and Bob Stan­ley are among the ex­perts giv­ing their per­spec­tive.


Build­ing The Dream,

9pm, More4 CHAR­LIE LUX­TON meets a cou­ple who are liv­ing in a cramped car­a­van, while un­der-pres­sure hus­band Matthew (pic­tured with Hay­ley) — who’s an ar­chi­tect — over­sees the con­struc­tion of the new fam­ily home in the Peak District. How will Char­lie’s ques­tions about the bud­get and sched­ule go down?


Blindspot, 9pm, Sky Liv­ing ARE the tat­toos on Jane’s body a map or a trap? When Kurt and the tat­tooed am­ne­siac use them as clues in part two of this slick thriller, they lead to death and de­struc­tion — Jane starts to think she is a bad per­son, but Kurt is very sure she isn’t. And soon, we find out why . . .


Birth­day, 9pm, Sky Arts STEPHEN MAN­GAN stars as a man giv­ing birth, with Anna Maxwell Martin (both pic­tured) on su­perb form as his part­nerrt­ner — whoswho’s al­ready had a child. It’s s a great set-up for ex­plor­ing male and fe­male at­ti­tudes, and the hos­pi­tal ex­pe­ri­ence is ren­dered with an ex­pert eye.


Magic Mike XXL, BT TV/Vir­gin Movies/Sky Store CHAN­NING TA­TUM’S beef­cake male strip­per is back in this so-so se­quel to the tit­il­lat­ing 2012 hit. It’s now three years on, and the Kings of Tampa dance crew need Mike’s help with one fi­nal per­for­mance.


The Green Hor­net, 10pm, 5H A RE­BOOT of a tale not seen on U.S. screens since the Six­ties TV se­ries star­ring Bruce Lee. Seth Ro­gen is the lazy news­pa­per heir who fi­nally gets round to do­ing some­thing good with his life — with help from mar­tial artist Kato (Jay Chou).

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