Saboteur – 1:00pm, C4
Alfred Hitchcock’s 1942 spy thriller, starring Robert Cummings as an airport factory worker on the run from charges of sabotage following the death of his best friend.
Dave - 7.50pm, ITV3
When the US president suffers a stroke, Dave Kovic - a Baltimore businessman - is drafted into the White House to impersonate him. His uncanny likeness and ruthlessness make him the perfect candidate, but shifty White House aide Frank Langella becomes unhappy as Dave soon gets a taste for the job and the power that it wields.
Sideways – 8:00pm, Sky Movies Showcase
Oscar-winning romantic comedy drama starring Paul Giamatti and Thomas Haden Church. With his best friend’s wedding fast approaching, Miles decides to take Jack on a wine tasting road trip to California. But while Miles is intent on giving Jack a good send-off, his friend is more preoccupied with living his last days out as a bachelor before he ties the knot.
How to Lose Friends & Alienate People– 9:00pm, Film4
Comedy with Simon Pegg and Kirsten Dunst. English journalist Sidney Young accepts a job at a New York-based fashion magazine, in the hope of pursuing his dreams of a glamorous celebrity lifestyle. But his egotistical boss (Jeff Bridges) and the superficial magazine offer him a harsh, but very amusing, reality check.
Mamma Mia! – 9:00pm, ITV2
Musical comedy based on the greatest hits of ABBA and set on an idyllic Greek island. Donna (Meryl Streep) is an ageing rock chick-turned-hotel owner and single mother of bride-to-be, Sophie (Amanda Seyfried). When three of Donna’s ex-lovers (Pierce Brosnan, Colin Firth and Stellan Skarsgard) turn up to the wedding, each has a case to be her real father.
The Greatest – 11:15pm, BBC1
An emotional, tragic drama about love and loss. Pierce Brosnan, Johnny Simmons and Susan Sarandon are a heartbroken family trying to cope with the death of their son, Bennett (Aaron Johnson). As their loss begins to pull the family apart, Rose, Bennett’s pregnant girlfriend, seeks support from the grieving family.