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FANTASY ADVENTURE Mune: Guardian Of The Moon, 4.50pm, Sky Premiere

DAZZLING animation with a host of fantastica­l creatures — some cute, some scary. A faun fights to keep the balance between Moon and Sun, good and evil.

FOOTBALL FAB FUN The Worst Witch, 5pm, CBBC

ENID and Ethel (pictured) both have tricky relationsh­ips with their mums, and that’s part of what sets them on a collision course in today’s new episode. In other news, one of the girls changes into a bat, and the parents prepare to descend on the school for careers night.

Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion, 7pm, Sky Premier League & Main Event

IF HE’S fit and firing, West Brom’s new signing Daniel Sturridge could surely be in line to score against the club he signed for way back in 2009. The Baggies are relying on him as they try to escape from the relegation zone.

QUIRKY WHODUNIT Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased), 8pm, True Entertainm­ent

THE Fast Show’s Charlie Higson was behind this quick-fire 2000 twist on the private eye series. Starring Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer, it’s very funny, and the supporting cast is good, too — in this first episode alone, there’s Emilia Fox, David Tennant and Charles Dance.

CLASSIC SERIES ER/Dynasty, 8pm/10pm, CBS Drama

TWO giants of U.S. TV begin a weekday repeat from the start. The medical drama that gave George Clooney his big break is first; later, it’s episode one of the Carrington and Colby saga, which was recently revived for Netflix. (Freeview 71, Freesat 134, Sky 149, Virgin 197)

COP DRAMA RETURNS Hawaii Five-0, 9pm, Pick

THIS fifth season of the action-heavy remake arrives on Freeview. Episode one is marked by the addition of Lost’s Jorge Garcia to the regular cast, and by bantering colleagues McGarrett and Danno attending therapy . . . And if that’s not enough, some terrorists are apparently planning to attack the island with a highspec military drone!

ON-DEMAND FILM The Movie, BT TV Store, Sky Store, Virgin

IT’S not up to the standard of The Lego Batman Movie, but this ninjatheme­d tale still has a decent number of jokes and plenty of action, as well as the voice of Jackie Chan as Master Wu.

FUN ‘N’ GAMES Dara O Briain’s Go 8 Bit, 10pm, Dave

IT’S odd what — and, frankly, how much — you can learn on this competitiv­e computer game show, which returns for a new run tonight. Gregg Wallace is playing against Jodie Kidd and reveals that his PA schedules his gaming time — but ‘no more than two or three hours every weekend’. He likes strategy games.

MOVING FILM Fruitvale Station, 11.20pm, Film4

THIS involving, deeply moving fact-based drama is inspired by events leading up to the death of Oscar Grant, an African-American 22-year-old who was shot and killed by police in 2009. It follows Oscar (portrayed by Michael B. Jordan, pictured) over his last days; Octavia Spencer and Melonie Diaz play the women in his life.

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