The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Television -

Ca­su­alty (BBC One, 8.20pm)

There is rarely a dull moment at Holby City Hos­pi­tal, but some­times it can seem as though the place is pre­car­i­ously bal­anced on the very brink of to­tal dis­as­ter. Lenny andYuki are on a mis­sion to find the source of the cryp­to­coc­co­sis virus, as the med­i­cal drama con­tin­ues, but Nick Jor­dan tells them they should leave the in­ves­ti­ga­tion to the proper doc­tors. Lenny re­fuses to let the mat­ter drop, so when third vic­tim Ch­eryl dies, he pur­sues her boyfriend Cal for an­swers. How­ever, what he even­tu­ally un­cov­ers could have dan­ger­ous and wide-rang­ing im­pli­ca­tions for the team and the hos­pi­tal.

World Cup Live (ITV1, 6.15pm)

Ex­pec­ta­tion lev­els are as high as ever as Eng­land be­gin their cam­paign against USA at the Royal Bafo­keng Sta­dium in Rusten­burg, South Africa. Fabio Capello has en­deared him­self to play­ers and pub­lic alike with his pro­fes­sional and prag­matic ap­proach to man­age­ment since suc­ceed­ing Steve McClaren as boss in 2008, and is one of the key com­po­nents as to why many peo­ple be­lieve this could be the year Eng­land fi­nally em­u­late their achieve­ments of 1966. The draw for the group stage was rel­a­tively kind, with the States ar­guably the tough­est of their op­po­nents - the oth­ers be­ing Al­ge­ria and Slove­nia. There is no room for com­pla­cency in the mind of the Ital­ian coach, how­ever, and he will be tak­ing noth­ing for granted tonight.

8 OUT OF 10 CATSWORLD CUP SPE­CIAL (Chan­nel 4, 10.50pm)

Jimmy Carr hosts an edi­tion of the ir­rev­er­ent quiz show mark­ing the be­gin­ning of the 2010 tour­na­ment, with guests Peter Shilton, Helen Cham­ber­lain and Jack­White­hall. (

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