Women’s Football World Cup, Star Sports, June 6-July 5, 4 pm Even as we wait for the UEFA Champions League finals tomorrow, you can catch the FIFA Women’s World Cup. The month-long event will feature 23 teams. Hosts Canada will face China in the opening match, while defending champions Japan will face Switzerland in their first match on June 8.
Science of Stupid, Nat Geo, June 8, 10 am Ever used a device or tried something new and failed miserably? From bungee-jumping fails to tricky manoeuvres while walking on ice, the show explains the science behind the misses. In the episode on Monday, watch how people get humiliated while operating a crane.
West Indies vs Australia, Star Sports, Till June 7, 7.30 pmIt’s Caribbean nights for the Aussies as they play two tests against the West Indies, at the Windsor Park in Roseau. Catch the third day of the first test match today. The hosts need to prove a point, especially after their selection committee dropped out-of-form experienced players like Shivnarine Chanderpaul.
Tour de France,
Ten Sports, Till June 26, 2.45 pm
The world’s best riders will compete in the holy grail of cycling, the Tour de France. Spread over three weeks, it comprises 20 teams of nine riders each who will cover a total of 3,360 kms, covering France and nearby countries. New cities featuring in this edition include Utrecht (Denmark), Zelande (Netherlands) and Muret (France). All eyes will be on defending champion Vincenzo Nibali, while 2013 champion Chris Froome, who skipped last year’s edition, is back.
Tomorrow, Life OK, 7 pm
Stand-up comedians Krushna, Sudesh, Bharti and Shakeel Siddiqui rule this show—set in an acting and dance school—with their impersonations of day-to-day people. In tomorrow’s episode, the students and teachers of the school recreate the reality show, Bigg Boss, called Big Loss.
Gulon Main Rang, Daily, Zindagi, 7.30 pm
The channel has launched four new shows. Gulon Main Rang revolves around a love story that is challenged by social and family issues. The other shows are Teri Raza, Deewana Kisse Banayegi Ye Ladki and Badaltey Rishtey—all based on themes like love, social status and family relations.