What's on the box this weekend: June 4 and 5.
Can’t Touch This (BBC1, 5.40pm) The penultimate episode of the series time forgot. A totally pointless version of Total Wipeout? Or a fun packed romp that many, many millions of people made the mistake of not watching?
Bang On The Money (ITV, 7pm) Lonely duo Rickie Haywood and Melvin Odoom host the final instalment of a gormless gameshow that failed to hit the spot. Why was it such a flop?
The Musketeers (BBC1, 8.30pm) Series 3, episode 2. All good swashbuckling fun? Or past its sell-by date?
Top Gear (BBC2, 8pm) After what I thought was a low octane start, Chris Evans and Matt LeBlanc return for the second helping of the much talked about motoring show. Three pop stars (doesn’t matter who) help out on an SUV test in South Africa. Jenson Button takes Chris for a fast ride and Damian Lewis is the star in a rally-cross car. An improvement on last week? Or another step down the road to nowhere?
Wallander (BBC, 9pm) In the Beeb’s last ever episode, the Swedish detective is in reflective mood. Keeping his dementia diagnosis a secret, Kurt searches for his daughter Linda’s missing father-in-law. But as he hunts for the former submarine commander, our flawed hero’s condition deteriorates. Sad to see Wallander go? Or is he bowing out at the right time before it all turns stale?
Soccer Aid (ITV, 6pm) Forget the celebrity footballers (Louis Tomlinson, Nial Horan etc.), the manager of the England side is none other than Jose Mourinho. And as the big match unfolds at Old Trafford, Jose will be making himself comfortable in the Man Utd dug-out. Up against him is the Rest Of The World’s boss, Leicester hero Claudio Ranieri. Do you enjoy this annual charidee fixture? Or is it a good cause but a lousy programme?