Pick of the day: Heartstopper
Streaming now, Netflix
In this popular and charming drama’s second season (which is far removed from the bleakness of 1980s Grange Hill), teenagers Nick (Connor) and Charlie (Locke) navigate their new relationship, while Tara (Corinna Brown) and Darcy (Kizzy Edgell) face unforeseen challenges and Tao (William Gao) and Elle (Yasmin Finney) try to work out if they can ever be more than just friends. With exams on the horizon, a school trip to Paris and a prom to plan, the engaging gang has a lot to juggle as its members journey through the next stages of life, love and friendship. The young actors are all impressive, but Locke and Connor stand out.
MOTD Live: FIFA Women’s World Cup
10.45am, BBC Two
South Korea take on the mighty Germany, who have won the World Cup twice, in 2003 and 2007, in both teams’ third and final match in Group H, held at Brisbane Stadium in Australia. The Koreans’ best showing at a World Cup was when they reached the last 16 in 2015.
The Hundred Live
6pm, Sky Sports Cricket
The thrilling Ashes is over and it’s now it’s the turn of the silly (but profitable) stuff as Northern Superchargers clash with Birmingham Phoenix at Headingley. Last year, Adam Lyth was the top scorer in this match as the Superchargers beat the Phoenix by an impressive 32 runs.
7.10pm, PBS America
In the second part of this deep delve into the workings of our brains, the neuroscientist Heather Berlin explores the subconscious to see what is really driving the decisions that you make. Sleepwalking, anaesthesia, game theory and more reveal surprising insights in Nova’s eye-opening documentary.
Screen Goddesses: Arena
8pm, BBC Four
This absorbing documentary focuses on the female stars of the Hollywood studio era, from its 1910 beginnings through to its collapse in the early 1960s. Screen icons chronologically recalled include Theda Bara, Lillian Gish, Clara Bow, Louise Brooks, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Rita Hayworth, Ava Gardner, Elizabeth Taylor and Marilyn Monroe.
Code Blue: The Killing of June Fox-Roberts
This unsettling/bleak documentary reveals how detectives solved two murders, from the first “Code Blue” call to the crime scene, through to the convictions of the killers. In the first part, a 999 call from a distraught daughter prompts a murder investigation to find the killer of a beloved grandmother, June Fox-Roberts.
Love To Love You, Donna Summer
9pm, Sky Documentaries
A profile of the dazzling disco queen, following her career from the avant-garde music scene in Germany, to the glitter and bright lights of dance clubs in New York.
10pm, Sky Arts
An exploration of the idiosyncratic US film-maker Richard Linklater, whose films range from the riotous (School Of Rock) to the beautiful (the Before trilogy) and the exquisitely poignant and epic (Boyhood).