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ONE-DAY CRICKET Ireland v Eng­land, 10.30am, Sky Cricket & Main Event

AHEAD of Ireland’s first Test match at Lord’s in July, Eoin Mor­gan leads out Eng­land in this 50-overs game in his home city, Dublin. Bar­ba­di­an­born fast bowler Jofra Archer has been in­cluded in Eng­land’s squad.

ATH­LET­ICS Di­a­mond League: Doha, 5pm, Eurosport 2

BRI­TISH long-jumper Shara Proc­tor faces a top line-up, in­clud­ing Amer­i­can Tianna Bar­to­letta and Colom­bia’s Ca­ter­ine Ibar­guen in the sea­son opener from Doha.

FILM PRE­MIERE FILMPREMIE­RE Ex­tremely Wicked, Shock­ingly Evil And Vile, 8pm, Sky Pre­miere

GET­TING its UK pre­miere on Sky Cin­ema, this biopic sees Zac Efron (pic­tured with Lily Collins) ditch­ing the cute pin-up roles to play Ted Bundy, the dis­turbingly enig­matic U.S. se­rial killer who stoked his own no­to­ri­ety in the me­dia.

CRAZY GAMES Flinch, Netflix

MADCAP new game show filmed on a remote farm in Ireland and hosted by co­me­di­ans Seann Walsh, De­siree Burch and Lloyd Grif­fith. Par­tic­i­pants are pe­nalised for flinch­ing dur­ing its ab­surd chal­lenges.


Deutsch­land 86, 9pm, More4 DO SPIES ever have hair this good in the real world? It’s all part of the look of this stylish se­ries, which reaches its penul­ti­mate episode tonight. Martin is in East Ger­many, where Brigitte has some words of ad­vice, and where his mum greets him in the way that mums do (‘You’ve lost weight’).

JAZZ SPE­CIAL Jazz 625 Live: For One Night Only, 9pm, BBC4

IN THE first live BBC black-and­white TV pro­gramme since the Seven­ties, BBC4 re­vives the iconic Six­ties BBC show Jazz 625. Broad­cast­ing from the Chel­tenham Jazz Fes­ti­val, the show will fea­ture per­for­mances by Jac­qui Dankworth, Gre­gory Porter and Rolling Stones drum­mer Char­lie Watts.

NEW U.S. COM­EDY Dead To Me, Netflix

TWO wid­ows of dif­fer­ent tem­per­a­ments find so­lace liv­ing to­gether in a well­cast com­edy with a mys­tery at its heart. Is Judy (ER’s Linda Cardellini, pic­tured) just a bit goofy and over­friendly, or is some­thing darker go­ing on in­side her head? An­chor­man’s Christina Ap­ple­gate plays the more re­served half of this duo in a se­ries about how grief af­fects peo­ple in dif­fer­ent ways.

VIR­GINIA COLONY Jamestown, 9pm, Sky One

IN THE sec­ond episode, Jo­ce­lyn (Naomi Bat­trick) spies a way to get her own back on the per­ma­nently sneer­ing Yeard­ley (Ja­son Fle­myng). Mean­while, Mered­ith (Dean Lennox Kelly) takes a shine to the colony’s re­bel­lious new ar­rival, and Henry (Max Beesley) has mar­i­tal prob­lems.

MOD ROCK­ERS The Story Of The Jam: About The Young Idea, 9pm, Sky Arts

FEA­TUR­ING ar­chive per­for­mances and in­ter­views with band mem­bers Paul Weller, Bruce Fox­ton and Rick Buck­ler, this doc­u­men­tary tells the de­fin­i­tive story of pi­o­neer­ing mod re­vival band The Jam. It’s fol­lowed at 10.45pm by Weller in con­cert at Lon­don’s Royal Fes­ti­val Hall in 2018.

FREEVIEW MOVIE Bad Neigh­bours, 9pm, E4

IN THIS rude, crude yet en­joy­ably en­er­getic com­edy, it’s not just the frat boys who be­have badly, but also their sup­pos­edly more ma­ture next-door neigh­bours. Seth Ro­gen and Rose Byrne star as the cou­ple with a baby daugh­ter, who don’t take kindly to the all-night par­ty­ing.

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