Des Cahill and Jacqui Hurley are back with another Up for the Match, Johnny Cash fans can look forward to The Man in Black in Britain, and there’s lots of Rolling Stones stuff as Charlie Watts concludes My Life as a Rolling Stone . . .

Pick of the Day

Up for the Match, 9.45pm, RTÉ One

Des Cahill and Jacqui Hurley, as well as some of the biggest names in gaelic football and celebrity guests look ahead to the All-Ireland Football Final between Kerry and Galway, which takes place tomorrow at Croke Park.

As ever, the show will be packed with lively conversation, music, comedy and craic, with one eye always on the big game at GAA HQ.

Plus one lucky viewer will get a chance to win one of the last pairs of tickets to the All-Ireland final the next day.

Don’t Miss

Live UEFA Women's Euro 2022, 7.30pm, RTÉ2/BBC One

Melvine Malard of France

Peter Collins presents coverage of the fourth quarter-final, which comes from New York Stadium in Rotherham as France play Netherlands (KO 8.00pm).

France lost 1-0 to England in the corresponding fixture of the 2017 tournament, but will be expecting to fare better tonight after securing top spot in Group D with a game to spare following victories over Italy and Belgium.

The Netherlands are the holders and they drew their Group B opener with Sweden, before overcoming Portugal and Switzerland, finishing below the Swedes on goal difference, but comfortably ahead of the other two sides.

With analysis from Lisa Fallon and Richie Sadlier, and commentary by George Hamilton and Stephen Kelly.

New or Returning Shows

Johnny Cash: The Man in Black in Britain, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW

This new documentary explores the connection the legendary Johnny Cash (below) shared with Britain.

It features testimony from those who were closest to him, from his own children to friend and fellow musician Elvis Costello, as well as celebrity fans including Jools Holland and Freddie Flintoff.

Wireless Festival 2022 Highlights, 10.35pm, BBC One

Nadia Jae, Snoochie Shy and DJ Target present highlights from the rap and R'n'B festival in London’s Finsbury Park.

Performers include Cardi B (below), Roddy Ricch, Giveon, ArrDee, Mahalia, Summer Walker, Jack Harlow, H.E.R., and Lil Baby.

Rolling Stones: Some Girls Live In Texas, 10.00pm, BBC Two

Here’s a concert filmed at the Will Rogers Memorial Centre in Fort Worth, Texas, in July 1978, as part of the tour of the USA in support of that year's Some Girls album.

Originally shot on 16mm film, the footage has been carefully restored and the sound remixed and remastered by Bob Clearmountain from the original multitrack tapes.

Followed at 11.25pm by Rolling Stones: Live at Wiltern Theatre, a performance from 2002 at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, as part of the Licks World Tour to celebrate their 40th anniversary.

The band played some of their rarely heard classics, including Stray Cat Blues, No Expectations and a cover of Everybody Needs Somebody To Love, featuring a guest spot by Solomon Burke.

New to Stream

Raging Fire, Sky Cinema & NOW

2021 Hong Kong-Chinese action film written, produced and directed by Benny Chan in his final directorial effort before his death.

Chi-Shun Bong (Donnie Yen) is a highly respected hardline cop with a long history of success on dangerous cases.

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But his past unexpectedly comes back to haunt him when a sting operation is attacked by a mysterious group of criminals led by Ngo (Nicholas Tse), his former protégé, a talented former officer who had once respected and admired Bong.

Then it transpires that he made a terrible mistake years before that landed him in prison, quickly turning the once rising star into a furious man with a grudge.

He now has the will to destroy everyone who had wronged him- - including his former mentor.

Ending Today

Charlie Watts: My Life as a Rolling Stone, 9.00pm, BBC Two

This disappointingly corporate, but still watchable series about members of the Rolling Stones recalling their times with the band, comes to a poignant end.

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This week, it tells the story of Charlie Watts, who passed away in August 2021, told via tributes from his fellow band members and his musical peers and admirers, along with archive interviews.

Through vintage footage and a soundtrack of classic Stones tracks the film explores the unique personality of a man who always had mixed feelings about the excess that came with his life as a Rolling Stone.

Contributors include Tina Turner, Slash, Brian Johnson, Courtney Pine, Earl Young, Don Was and Stewart Copeland.

Saturday Cinema

To Catch a Thief, 3.10pm, BBC Two

Alfred Hitchcock's romantic mystery, starring Cary Grant, Grace Kelly and Jessie Royce Landis.

A retired cat burglar becomes the prime suspect for a series of robberies carried out in his own distinctive style, and sets out to clear his name by catching the copycat crook responsible.

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His quest takes him to the Cote d'Azur, where he encounters the demure daughter of a wealthy holiday-maker, and before long the two are drawn together.

Earlier again on BBC Two, Hitchcock’s Suspicion is on at 1pm and also stars Cary Grant, along with Joan Fontaine, Nigel Bruce and Cedric Hardwicke. You could do a lot worse . . .

Escape from Alcatraz, 12.35am, BBC Two

Here’s an excellent thriller, based on a true story, starring Clint Eastwood, Patrick McGoohan, Roberts Blossom and Fred Ward.

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A cunning convict with a history of making escape attempts is transferred to the notorious high-security island prison off the California coast, from which no one has ever broken out.

Continually at odds with the brutal warden, he and three fellow prisoners hatch a plan to make it to freedom on an improvised raft.

Family Flick

Despicable Me 3, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

As the title suggests, it’s an animated sequel, with the voices of Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig and Trey Parker.

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Dismissed from the Anti-Villain League after botching a mission, Gru (Carell) teams up with his long-lost twin brother Dru (Carell) in order to defeat a new enemy named Balthazar Bratt (Parker).

Bratt is a former child actor obsessed with the 1980s, who grows up to become a villain after having his TV show cancelled following adolescence.

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