FIFA World Cup 2014, at 4.40pm RTÉ Two, sees the might of Argentina up against Iran, kick-off 5.00pm, and later, Germany v Ghana, kick-off 8.00pm. Nigeria meet Bosnia and Herzegovina, later, kick-off 11.00pm. The Beatles: The Night That Changed America – A Grammy Salute is at 10.45pm, ITV. Isle of Wight 2014,(9.00pm, Sky Arts 1) features last week's festival highlights, Kings of Leon, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Specials and more.
FIFA World Cup 2014, 4.40pm, RTÉ Two
Darragh Maloney is joined by Dietmar Hamann, John Giles and Richie Sadlier for live coverage of Argentina v Iran in Group F from Belo Horizonte. Commentary from George Hamilton and Trevor Steven, kick-off 5.00pm. At 7.30pm, Darragh is joined by Dietmar Hamann, John Giles and Richie Sadlier for live coverage of Germany v Ghana in Group G from Fortaleza. Commentary from Peter Collins and Ray Houghton, kick-off 8.00pm. At 10.40pm, Bill O’Herlihy is joined by Ronnie Whelan for live coverage of Nigeria v Bosnia and Herzegovina in Group F from Cuiaba. Commentary from John Kenny and Jim Beglin, kick-off 11.00pm.
The Beatles: The Night That Changed America – A Grammy Salute, 10.45pm ITV
Judiciously edited down from what was a four-hour concert, The Night That Changed America marked the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ first performance on The Ed Sullivan Show, first seen back in February. The great Peter Frampton played guitar in a high class Beatles covers band, Maroon 5 sang Ticket To Ride and David Grohl, Gary Clark Jr, and Joe Walsh performed While My Guitar Gently Weeps. David Letterman interviewed Paul and Ringo, who were regularly spotted by the cameras singing along with the tribute artists. There were solo and duo performances from Ringo and Paul, and Yoko Ono was also in attendance.
Isle of Wight 2014, 9.00pm Sky Arts 1
Highlights of last weekend’s performances from the festival, including Kings of Leon, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Specials, The 1975, The Waterboys, Calvin Harris, Biffy Clyro, Rudimental, John Newman, The Pretty Reckless, Nina Nesbitt, Rival Sons, Suede, Fall Out Boy, Passenger, Ella Eyre, The Move, Boy George, Inspiral Carpets, Alison Moyet, The Vamps and Neon Jungle.