MOTD Live: FIFA World Cup 2018, BBC1, 6.30pm THE second quarter-final of the day kicks off at 7pm. Brazil take on Belgium in the Kazan Arena, where the line-up for the first semi-final will be decided. If the tension is half that created by the previous round of matches be prepared to watch from the edge of your seats as a penalty shoot-out decide who goes forward – which all means that subsequent programmes are

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The Crystal Maze: Celebrity Special, C4, 9pm RICHARD Ayoade hosts this reboot of the popular 1990s game show, guiding five cast members of the sitcom Derry Girls through the various zones of the Maze. Saoirse-Monica Jackson acts as captain to Jamie-Lee O’Donnell, Louisa Harland, Nicola Coughlan and Dylan Llewellyn as the quintet make their way through the Aztec, Medieval, Industrial and Futuristic zones. In each one, the contestants must conquer physical, skill, mystery and mental challenges to win. Last in the series.

Smashing Hits! The 80s Pop Map of Britain & Ireland, BBC4, 10pm DURING the 1980s, UK and Irish pop broke new ground and topped charts across the world, yet as this series reminds us, it was also an era where there was no one definitive “British” sound. Instead, different parts of the country had their own distinct scenes. In this new series, Ultravox’s Mige Ure and Kim Appleby of Mel and Kim fame learn more about why certain cities came to be associated with different genres, staring with London’s New Romantic movement and Coventry’s ska scene.

Romper Stomper BBC2, 11.05pm THE 1992 Australian film Romper Stomper, which followed a Neo-Nazi group in Melbourne, may have been controversial, but it did help to mark Russell Crowe out as a rising star – it was the movie that persuaded director Curtis Hanson to cast him in LA Confidential. This belated TV sequel may also prove to be a star-making vehicle for its cast, including Toby Wallace as Kane. In this third episode, his mother Gabe (Jacqueline McKenzie, reprising her role from the movie) is heartbroken to discover he’s joined a far-right group. Meanwhile, his stepsister Cindi (Markella Kavenagh) has become involved with the anti- fascist movement, setting the scene for a lot of family conflict.