Britain Celebrates Live: 100 Years of Women’s Votes, BBC1, 2pm
AS you may have noticed if you’ve been keeping an eye on the TV schedules recently, this year marks the 100th anniversary of women being able to vote in Britain. And it’s not just the BBC that’s celebrating – today, thousands of women will be marching through the streets of London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast as part of Processions, which also doubles as a public artwork. The women are being encouraged to dress in white, purple and green, the colours of the suffragette movement, and female artists have been commissioned to create banners for the event.

Bang on Budget, Channel 4, 5.35pm
LUCY Alexander and Harry Hoffen front this new series in which they attempt to prove you can make brilliant builds without breaking the bank. Their first job is to bring in a complex build on a tight budget for the Flinter family. Combining the dining room and kitchen in this Victorian three-bed home is step one in creating a large living space. The family wants a handle-less kitchen, some offbeat flooring and stainless steel work tops.

Frankie Goes to Russia, BBC2, 9pm
FRANKIE Boyle meets Russia’s leading football historian in St Petersburg and sees his collection of memorabilia. He attends a Spartak Moscow match in a corporate box, and considers how a team with proud proletarian roots has lost touch with its past. He also discovers how street footballers in Russia sell their skills to advertisers, and goes to a town where locals play a dangerous high-speed version of football on motorbikes.