My Life as a Rolling Stone begins with Mick Jagger's story, there's Clare v Kilkenny in the hurling, the last-ever episode of Inspector Montalbano, the self-explanatory Freedom: 50 Years of Pride, and the bonkers tale of Who Killed the KLF?

Pick of the Day

My Life as a Rolling Stone, 9.30pm, BBC Two

This documentary miniseries telling the story of the much-loved British group through profiles of four of the band’s members is essential viewing for anyone curious about the post-pension-age rockers.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts each delve into their personalities, passions and memories from the past 60 years.

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The first edition focuses on front man Jagger, who talks about his life in the band, from his first performances in local teenage parties to his creation of a stage persona that has defined the rock 'n' roll lead singer.

Featuring archive from his career, a rich soundtrack of classic Stones tracks and interviews with musicians including Tina Turner, Chrissie Hynde, Jon Bon Jovi, Lars Ulrich, Rod Stewart, Sheryl Crow, Slash and PP Arnold.

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The Saturday Game Live, 4.30pm, RTÉ2

Joanne Cantwell (above) presents coverage of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship semi-final at Croke Park as Kilkenny meet Clare, with the throw-in at 5.30pm.

Clare defeated Wexford in the quarter-finals, while Kilkenny earned a bye to this stage after winning the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship.

Game analysis comes from Anthony Daly, Liam Sheedy and Micheal Donoghue, and commentary is by Ger Canning and Michael Duignan.

Lost Treasures of Rome, 7.00pm, Channel 4

This National Geographic series follows International teams of archaeologists on the front line, as they embark on a season of excavations to unravel the secrets of life in the Roman Empire, which was even before the Rolling Stones formed.

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Off the coast of Sicily, investigators discover traces of a naval battle. Using divers, an underwater robot and a crane, they haul a long-lost battleship relic to the surface.

In Terracina, a team of archaeologists dig inside an ancient mountaintop temple, and in Carthage, Tunisia, clues reveal how one deadly rivalry tilted the scales of power in favour of Rome.

New or Returning Shows

Inspector Montalbano, 9.00pm, BBC Four

The Catalanotti Method marks the last-ever episode of this hugely popular Italian cop series, set in the fictional Sicilan town of Vigàta.

The feature-length special was directed by Luca Zingaretti (below), who – of course – also plays the show’s eponymous crime-buster.

As the final story unfolds, Montalbano grapples with the murder of the leader of an amateur dramatics company whose peculiar take on theatre borders on fanaticism.

His assailant had stabbed him in the chest, but without leaving a trace of blood.

Might the key to discovering the identity of the killer be bound up in Catalanotti's disturbing conception of the stage?

Who Killed the KLF? 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries

Streaming on NOW

Here’s a treat for anyone into one of the most unique and compelling pop acts that ever bulldozed the charts.

It uses previously unheard tapes to explore the rise and self-inflicted fall of the KLF in the 1980s and 1990s.

The film is a fascinating insight into the machinations not only of band members Jimmy Cauty and Bill Drummond, but of art, culture, and - you guessed it - capitalism.

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Through a combination of archive and reconstruction, the film follows them on wild road trips to Sweden to "find ABBA"; to Scottish islands with robed journalists; and to Spain to watch the band make a big budget movie with no plot at all.

As well as the situationalist side of the band, there’s also the mainstream fame they had, with huge hits such as the Tammy Wynette-infused Justified and Ancient.

Then there’s their sets at warehouse raves with huge anthems such as What Time is Love? as their stunts got increasingly hostile and violent.

The film reaches its dramatic peak after their strangest stunt, as they burn £1 million pounds in banknotes and then drive a car off a cliff, vowing to never explain themselves.

Freedom: 50 Years of Pride, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Documentary exploring the incredible achievements and challenges of advancing LGBTQ+ rights and visibility over the last half century.

With contributions from people with a close relationship to Pride from across the decades - including Olly Alexander, Bimini, Lady Phyll, Ian McKellen, Holly Johnson, Peter Tatchell, Cat Burns, MNEK, Tom Robinson, and Lucia Blayk.

New to Stream

Sundown, Sky Cinema & NOW

Neil and Alice Bennett (Tim Roth, Charlotte Gainsbourg) are the core of a wealthy family on holidays in Mexico with younger members Colin and Alexa (Samuel Bottomley, Albertine Kotting McMillan) until a distant emergency cuts their trip short.

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When one relative disrupts the family's tight-knit order, simmering tensions rise to the fore in this suspenseful jolt from writer/director Michel Franco.

Saturday Cinema

Skyscraper, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Entertaining action thriller, starring Dwayne Johnson, Neve Campbell and Chin Han. If you want to switch off, pop some corn, pour a cold drink and relax, this is pretty ideal.

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A former hostage negotiator takes a job as a security expert at the world's tallest building in Hong Kong. He finds himself framed for sabotage when the skyscraper bursts into flames.

As he strives to clear his name, he must also fight his way back into the blazing tower to rescue his family, who are being held hostage by criminals 225 storeys up.

Dad's Army, 7.00pm, BBC Two

Not the 2016 version, but the original 1971 movie based on the BBC TV comedy series, starring Arthur Lowe, John Le Mesurier, Clive Dunn, Bill Pertwee, Ian Lavender and Arnold Ridley.

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The ragtag soldiers of the Walmington-on-Sea Home Guard are given the chance to prove their mettle by apprehending three German aviators who have parachuted into the country in the vanguard of a suspected Nazi invasion.

Rocketman, 9.00pm, Channel 4

This Golden Globe-winning biopic, starring Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell and Richard Madden, is pretty much done by numbers. But it’s still great fun.

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Elton John enters an addiction rehabilitation session, and recounts his life in a flashback, covering his days as young Reginald Dwight growing up in 1950s Britain.

He takes piano lessons, makes his way into the Royal Academy of Music, and hones his craft in local pubs before becoming one of the world's biggest pop stars.

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