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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 . . .

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