TV & Radio
Tonight's TV: The Briefs, live golf, Appaloosa
Tonight, you can feast your eyes on live golf, the feature film Appaloosa or a new two-part documentary called The Briefs.
Main Event: The Briefs, UTV, 9pm
The Briefs is a two-part documentary which explores the world of criminal law, with access to one of Britain's leading legal-aid practices - Tuckers in Manchester. Senior partner Franklin Sinclair visits a 63-year-old woman accused of drug dealing, and lawyer Iain Johnstone's client is on trial for blackmailing Coleen Rooney. Plus, defendants accused of burglary, harassment and assault. It should a good look into the grimy world of crime and how the accused feel about their situation.
Sport Pick: Live World Golf Championship, Sky Sports 1, 7pm
The Bridgestone Invitational kicks off today so we’ll be watching the opening day's play at the Firestone Country Club in Akron, Ohio, where Adam Scott was crowned champion last year. The Australian got off to a fine start by carding an excellent eight-under-par round of 62 that was not bettered throughout the tournament. Lets see if he can pull off the same feat this time around.
Movie Pick: Appaloosa, Film4, 9pm
Appaloosa follows two straight-shooting peacemakers Everett and Virgil as they try to restore order in a town under the control of a crooked rancher called Randall and his murderous gang. However, the pair find their friendship threatened by the arrival of an attractive widow called Allison, who leads Virgil to question his nomadic existence. Western, starring Ed Harris, Viggo Mortensen, Jeremy Irons and Renee Zellweger.
On-Demand Pick: Contraband
There aren't many options on terrestrial TV tonight, so we recommend you try out UPC's new On Demand service if you want to continue watching top class entertainment, as the service includes the RTÉ Player, 3Player and a host of boxsets and other shows, free to all UPC customers. This week's pick is the movie blockbuster Contraband.