07/06/2022

The real Charlie Chaplin

9 p.m., Sky Documentary

Another documentary about a global figure whose fall from grace left a controversial legacy – Charlie Chaplin’s life is meticulously dissected, from his beginnings in the Victorian slums to a Hollywood career filled with allegations of sexual misconduct and sympathy for communism. Coming from the award-winning team behind Notes on Blindness, it uses never-before-seen audio clips, exciting rebuilds, and plenty of archival footage. Holly Richardson

celebrity hangout

7:30 pm BBC One

Paddy McGuinness hosts a popular version of the hilarious and hilarious game show in which contestants try to answer common knowledge questions while catching a variety of embarrassingly sized balls. Racers and Drivers of the Night: Remy Burgess and DJ Target race Karen Hauer and JJ Chalmers with charitable money at stake. Philip Harrison

The Great Garden Revolution

8 pm, Channel 4

Growing food takes center stage this week in a show that’s always a rich source of advice. Nadia from Bradford asks for help. Edible grass and a fence that turns into a table are just some of the bright ideas you get. Jack Sil

Mysteries of the coronation of the queen

9 pm, Channel 4

Like it or not, there are plenty of anniversary TV shows on the way. Things start with this documentary featuring rare color footage of what happened behind the scenes and on the streets during the coronation. Andrew Parker Bowles – Camilla’s ex-husband and ex-Queen pageant – also shares memories. the master

beck

9pm, BBC 4

Angry protests erupted in Stockholm after a police officer shot a teenager. An escalation near the police academy, where his grandson Wilhelm trains him, even caused the death of veteran warrior Beck to create problems. The latest developments in the current series of well-crafted Swedish procedural twists are dark, but there are still flashes of offbeat humor. Graeme’s virtue

Later – with Jools Holland

9.35pm, BBC Two

Academy Award nominee Jesse Buckley and former suede guitarist Bernard Butler perform songs from their album together. Also with the Jools: London-based singer Poppy Ajudha, post-punk band Wimps and the Confidence Man dance quartet. the master

movie selection

former machine, 11:20 PM, movie 4

Alicia Vikander at EX Machina. Photo: Film4 / Allstar

Alex Garland pushes the boundaries of modern technology and sees what’s cracking, in black mirror style, in the 2015 sci-fi thriller. Domhnall Gleeson plays Caleb, a young programmer who is invited to his remote mountain home by his billionaire big-tech boss Nathan (Oscar Isaac). He’s there to test Nathan’s AI-created Ava (Alicia Vikander) to see if she can pass as a human. Thought battles emotions as Caleb is drawn to a beautiful, seemingly vulnerable robot while an ethic of creating (and destroying) conscious life is highlighted. Simon Wardle

live sports

Tennis: French Open, 9:30 a.m., Eurosport 1 Seventh day in Roland Garros, Paris.

Cycling: Giro d’Italia, 11am, Eurosport 2 The penultimate stage, 167 km from Belluno to Marmolada.

Rugby League Challenge Cup: Wigan Warriors vs Huddersfield Giants, 2pm, BBC One The final match at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.

Union Rugby Champions Cup: La Rochelle vs Leinster, 4.15pm, Channel 4 Final of the Stade Vélodrome in France.

UEFA Champions League: Liverpool – Real Madrid at 6 pm, BT Sport 1 Replay of the 2018 final at the Stade de France in Paris.