TV this night: pronouncing good-bye to Neighbours with a nostalgic schmoozefest | Television

Neighbours: The Finale

9pm, Channel 5

Tissues on the in a position. Even in the event you haven’t watched the teatime cleaning soap in additional than a decade (ahem), tuning in to mention good-bye to Ramsay Street with this hour-long particular is a will have to. Everybody is there (Charlene and Scott! Jane and Mike! Harold! Toadie! The Kennedys!), and no one turns out to have elderly an afternoon since arriving in the street. Expect an unapologetically nostalgic schmoozefest full of flashbacks and reunions – you should name it the easiest mix. Hollie Richardson

Gardeners’ World

8pm, BBC Two

Have your crops taken a beating all over the heatwave? Monty Don is readily available with some scorched-earth insurance policies to lend a hand offer protection to in opposition to drought. Elsewhere, the historian Advolly Richmond learns in regards to the deep-rooted affect of timber in lawn design all over a consult with to the stately house of Longleat. Graeme Virtue

Vaughan Williams’s Sea Symphony on the Proms

8pm, BBC Four

To mark the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of Ralph Vaughan Williams’s beginning, RVW interpreter Andrew Manze conducts the BBC National Orchestra of Wales. First up, items by means of Doreen Carwithen and Grace Williams determine the oceanic theme. Soloists Elizabeth Llewellyn and Andrew Foster-Williams spherical off the night time with Vaughan Williams’s majestic Sea Symphony. Jack Seale

Crystal Clarke, Rose Williams and Rosie Graham in sequence two, episode two of Sanditon. Photograph: Red Planet (Sanditon 2)/Alistair Heap

Jane Austen’s Sanditon

9pm, ITV

Swordplay long past improper! Haughty aunts! Gutsy governesses! This resurrected Jane Austen adaptation continues to ship the whole thing a competent duration drama must. While Charlotte (Rose Williams) makes an attempt to show two difficult women, Georgiana (Crystal Clarke) learns dangerous information from Antigua. HR

8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown

9pm, Channel 4

Another sequence of the sweary however affectionate Countdown tribute act will get off to a robust get started with Jon Richardson and Lucy Beaumont taking over oddball bros Richard Ayoade and Joe Wilkinson. Jimmy Carr is nominally in price, but if will he crack down on Ayoade plugging his youngsters’s e-book? GV

Canada’s Drag Race

10.30pm, BBC Three

The Canadian queens have had time to measurement every different up and this week it’s double hassle as they will have to reveal the ones all‑essential lip-syncing talents in pairs. There is a deal with for Drag Race diehards, as the only and handiest Vanessa “Miss Vanjiiiiie” Mateo lends her visitor judging talents. Hannah Verdier

Shaolin Soccer.
Stunts and pratfalls … Shaolin Soccer. Photograph: Miramax/Allstar

Film selection

Shaolin Soccer (Stephen Chow, 2001) 3.25am, Sky Cinema Cult Classics
Hong Kong film-maker and actor Stephen Chow first got here to world consideration with this gloriously foolish martial arts comedy. Keen to advertise shaolin kung fu, down-on-his-luck Sing – AKA Mighty Steel Leg – at the side of trainer “Golden Leg” Fung, makes use of its specific disciplines to create a soccer group of superhumans. He joins his fellow practitioners together with Iron Head, Light Weight and keeper Lightning Hands, as they tackle Evil Team (subtlety isn’t on Chow’s radar) in a event of high-wire stunts and slapstick pratfalls. Simon Wardell

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