FOOTBALL EXTRAVAGANZA FIFA World Cup 2018: Opening Ceremony, 2.30pm, ITV
FROM now until the final on July 15, there will be wall-to-wall coverage of the 21st staging of football’s most prestigious tournament on TV, radio and online. All eyes will be on the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow today as the opening ceremony is followed by Russia’s first match, against Saudi Arabia.
AND THE WINWINNER IS . . . Britain’s Best Home Cook, 8pm, BBC1
AFTER last night’s semifinal, it’s time for the climax of this culinary contest as the three remaining hopefuls fight it out to be crowned BBritain’s Best Home Cook. As Mary Berry (pictured), Dan Doherty and Chris Bavin serve the trio their final challenges — including the ultimateultim two-course meal — Claudia Winkleman dishes out hugs.
MONEY-SAVING TIPS Supershoppers, 8pm, Ch4
THIS week, presenters Anna Richardson and Sabrina Grant share an internet shopping tip that could save you money, name the waterproof boots that can’t be relied on to keep your feet dry, and reveal everything you need to know to get faster, better wi-fi.
BUDDING RESTAURATEURS Million Pound Menu, 9pm, BBC2
IN THE penultimate episode, Fred Sirieix welcomes Rupert Smith and Marita Lietz (pictured with Sirieix) of Bubble&, which puts a contemporary twist on the traditional leftovers dish, and Dynasty, a modern Korean concept. Can their
owners serve up a treat and persuade the investors to turn their dreams into reality?
BEHIND BARS Inside HM Prison Wormwood Scrubs, 9pm, Ch5
WITH inmates past and present including serial killers Ian Brady and Peter Sutcliffe and rock stars Keith Richards and Pete Doherty,oherty Wormwood Scrubs (pictured) is one of the country’s most notorious prisons. This documentary goes behind its bars in West London to chart its eventful history.
FILM CHOICE Lethal Admirer, 3.15pm, Ch5
MEGAN (Karissa Lee Staples) has moved across country to build a new life for herself following the death of her fiance. When she bumps into a former colleague, Lloyd, she’s pleasantly surprised — but it’s soon clear Lloyd’s reappearance was no coincidence . . .