FREEVIEW MOVIE The Way Way Back, 6.55pm,p, Film4
ENTERTAINING coming-comingof-ofage comedy starring Liam James as the 14-year-old enjoying a cool summer in Cape Cod. Escaping his overbearing family at a water park, he falls for a girl (AnnaSophia Robb, pictured with James) and strikes up an unlikely friendship with an irresponsible adult (Sam Rockwell).
WEDDING PLANS Getting Hitched Asian Style, 8pm, BBC Scotland
THIS returning series details Asian weddings in Scotland, as organised by Saffron Events. The TV that follows is a fun mix of stunning glamour and downto-earth chat. (Outside Scotland: Freesat 174, Sky 457, Virgin 162)
CUTE CREATURES Into The Wild Tibet, 8pm, Smithsonian
EPIC vistas and fluffy creatures are the watchwords for this new, oneoff wildlife film, which introduces us to pikas and the offspring of blue sheep and Tibetan wolves. The cubs are just out of their den, and seeing snow for the first time.
FIGHTER PLANE War Factories, 8pm, Yesterday
TONIGHT’S new episode focuses on the production of Japan’s impressive A6M Zero, a fighter that was lighter, faster and more agile than anything the Americans had over the Pacific. This ‘flying fuel tank’ also had a range of more than 1,100 miles, three times that of the Spitfire.
PLAYING FOR FUN Comedy Game Night, 9pm, Comedy Central
LIZA TARBUCK hosts a new series of the lively contest that pits familiar faces against each other in party games. The captains are Sue Perkins and Guz Khan, while the guests in episode one include Clare Balding, current EastEnder Perry Fenwick and ex-EastEnder Martine McCutcheon.
CLASSIC THRILLER The Anderson Tapes, 9pm, Sony Movies Classic
A SIDNEY LUMET thriller, with Sean Connery — on a break from his 007 role — as an ex-con planning to rob an entire apartment block. The trouble is, times have changed since he was last in the game, and covert cameras will be watching his every move. (Freeview 50, Freesat 303, Sky 319, Virgin 424)
U.S. RENOVATIONS VATIONS Home Town, 10pm, HGTV
BEN and Erin (pictured) love living in Laurel, Mississippi so much that they’re almost evangelical aboutout it.it In this new series, the couple renovate houses for Laurel newcomers, with an eye to each property’s history and to bringing their small town back to its charming heyday. (Freeview 42, Freesat 166, Sky 158, Virgin 279)
COMEDY CAPER Two Weeks To Live, 10pm, Sky One
GAME OF THRONES star Maisie Williams (pictured) plays a fascinating character in Sky’s new action comedy. She has lots of money, but no idea how to spend it; she takes everyone at face value, yet is also weirdly perceptive; she’s physically lethal, but also a klutz. Who is she? You find out a fair bit in this first episode.
WAR FILM The Battle Of Jangsari, 10pm, Sky Premiere
KOREAN War drama starring Megan Fox as an American photojournalist who captures the true story of a group of South Korean student soldiers.