TV & Radio
Tonight's TV: Fraud Squad, Champions League, Butch Cassidy
Tonight you can throw the feet up and enjoy the Champions League play offs, the Fraud Squad, Damsels in Distress or Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Main Event: The Fraud Squad, TV3, 10pm
Tonight the detectives continue their investigation into one of Britain's biggest share frauds and discover the extravagant lifestyle the gang members’ lead during an operation to arrest money launderer Babatunde Aluko. It’s some life, the life of crime…
In Spain, officers try to recover the stolen money for the victims, and ringleader George Abrue is finally caught. It’s a great look into ‘the other side’ and Richard Armitage narrates it too, so that’s good. Don’t worry if you miss it tonight as you can catch it again on the RTE Player, which is now available for free on UPC’s On Demand Service.
Sporting Pick: Champions League, TV3, 7.30pm
Tonight, Udinese take on Braga SC and kick-off starts at 7.45pm. On TV3 tonight, Tommy Martin presents coverage of the play-off round second-leg match from the Stadio Friuli. The first leg ended in a 1-1 draw so the Italians will be looking to make home advantage count tonight. With commentary by Trevor Welch and Lou Macari, and analysis from Brian Kerr.
Movie Pick: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Channel 4, 1.50pm
Two notorious outlaws' routine of bank and train robberies is cut short when a seemingly unstoppable posse is formed to catch them. The pair plan to flee America and start a new life in Bolivia, with the Sundance Kid's schoolmistress lover in tow - but staying ahead of the law is not so easy. Western, starring Paul Newman, Robert Redford and Katharine Ross.
On-Demand Pick: Damsels in Distress
If you’re looking for something a little different to watch then why not check out tonight’s UPC On Demand Pick? Tonight we feature Damsels in Distress, which takes a look at a trio of girls who set out to change the male-dominated environment of the Seven Oaks college campus. Damsels in Distress is just one of the many great movies available on UPC's new On Demand service, which also features TV boxsets by the way, and it’s all free for UPC customers.