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).