HOCKEY England v Poland, 3pm, BT Sport 1
OLYMPIC hero Alex Danson (pictured) leads England’s women in their first World League match in Johannesburg, with ties against Japan, Germany and Ireland to follow.
ON-DEMAND TV One Deadly Weekend In America, BBC3 via iPlayer
SLICKLY produced documentary that displays all too clearly the difference that gun laws can make when tempers fray. Styled like a thriller, it recounts the shootings of one weekend in July. From Sunday, 10am.
FREEVIEW CLASSIC The A-Team, 5pm, Spike
DESPITE all the guns fired and grenades thrown, and all the tanks hastily assembled in barns from old cars and bits of metal, only one person ever died in this Eighties classic — General Fubright, and he was killed by the Vietnamese. This is a repeat from the start for the adventures of that most memorable gang of Hannibal, B.A., et al (pictured).
ALL THAT GLITTERS . . . The Secret World Of Gold, 6.55pm, PBS America
DOCUMENTARY that starts out like standard history, then rolls out its big idea: for every 100 ounces of gold traded on the stock market, there may not even be one ounce of real gold to back it up. A fascinating idea, well explained.
SUPERHERO CRACKER Logan, BT TV Store, Sky Store, Virgin
HUGH JACKMAN stars as a broken-down Wolverine (Logan), who doesn’t see salvation coming in this humdinger of a twist on the superhero genre — which comes with a Johnny Cash song on the soundtrack.
ROMCOM MOVIE Life As We Know It, 9.50pm, 5Star
ROMCOM starring Katherine Heigl and Josh Duhamel as the duo left as guardians of their goddaughter when the child’s parents die, even though they can’t stand each other. A matchmaking ploy from beyond the grave, perhaps, with added cuteness in the form of the burbling babe.
HEARTBREAKER This Was My Dad, 10pm, BBC4
GEOFFREY MATTHEWS went from being a top car designer to financial disaster, with distant relationships with his six children. The filmmaker Morgan Matthews is one of them, and tries to reconnect with his dad through the making of this heartbreaking, riveting portrait of an eccentric family.
MODERN LOVE Convicted For Love, 10pm, More4
SENSITIVE new film that explores the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in 1967, looking at how gay men were subjected to ‘treatments’ to convert them in the years that followed . . .
MODERN GIRL Katie Price: My Crazy Life, 10pm, Quest Red
‘I NEED more pictures of me about the house,’ says Price after a 6ft portrait of her face is ushered through the door by a fan. This new series on her family life is weirdly mesmerising . . .