What’s on TV Tonight, Monday 16 April

70s nostalgia, fantasy drama, Arsenal v Wigan, the return of Beavis and Butt-head - and Dara O Briain on making maths fun

Premier League Football: Arsenal v Wigan Athletic – Sky Sports 1, 7pm (kick-off 8pm)

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Fresh from a win over league leaders Manchester United, relegation-threatened Wigan won’t necessarily be a push-over for an Arsenal side looking to solidify third place.

Dara O Briain: School of Hard Sums – 8pm, Dave

The stand-up comic and celebrity rationalist gets as close here as TV can to making maths fun, with puzzles from Marcus du Sautoy.

The 70s – 9pm, BBC2

Dominic Sandbrook charts our discovery of wine-drinking and foreign holidays in the first of a four-part documentary on the decade. Followed by Sounds of the 70s.

Game of Thrones – 9pm, Sky Atlantic

Tyrion (the superb Peter Dinklage) attempts to strengthen his position as Hand of the King as the heady mix of political machinations, sex, violence and fantasy continues.

Beavis and Butt-head – 10pm, MTV

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The return of Mike Judge’s dim delinquents, following a break of almost 15 years, to snigger at not just music videos but MTV’s slew of reality shows too.