IN&OUTTONIGHTDIGITALCHOICE &PLANNER 28 Monday, 7 September 2009 London Lite PAy PER vIEw The International (2009) Sky Box Office Digital An interpol agent and a district attorney discover a major international bank is involved in a vast range of illegal activities. As they battle to expose the truth, they find the organisation not only has the law on its side, but will kill to keep its secrets safe. thriller, with Clive owen and naomi Watts. Diminished Capacity (2008) Sky Box Office Digital A mAn suffering from memory loss after suffers concussion pays a visit to his Alzheimers-afflicted uncle, who is resisting efforts to put him into a care home. Comedy, with matthew Broderick. BEST MOvIES The Dark Knight (2008) Sky Premiere, 8pm in the sequel to Batman Begins, the masked hero finds a new ally in his war on organised crime in Gotham Citys crusading new district attorney, harvey Dent. however, both men are pushed to their limits by the rise of the Joker, a criminal mastermind spreading chaos and destruction throughout the city for his own amusement. Comic-book thriller, starring Christian Bale and heath ledger. Die Hard 2 (1990) Sky Screen 2/2HD, 9pm (HD) touGh cop John mcClane arrives at an airport to pick up his wife and finds himself plunged into a life-or-death struggle with a terrorist gang who have seized control of the terminal as part of a campaign to secure the release of a drug baron. Action thriller sequel, starring Bruce Willis. The clown prince of crime: Heath Ledger stars as the Joker in the thriller The Dark Knight Liar, Liar (1997) Sky Comedy, 10pm A lAWyer whose underhand efforts to win cases leave him little time to see his son finds himself unable to lie -- after the youngster makes a birthday wish that his dad should only tell the truth. the attorneys new- found honesty causes all manner of problems as he tries to muddle his way through a high-profile divorce settlement in court without telling any fibs. Comedy, starring Jim Carrey, maura tierney, Justin Cooper, Jennifer tilly and Cary elwes. Pathology (2007) Sky Sci-fi/Horror, 10pm A meDiCAl student with a bright future ahead of him gets a position as an intern at a university hospital. Welcomed into a selective clique of his fellow students, he learns of their deadly pastime -- taking it in turns to commit murder, while the other medics examine the corpse and try to work out the cause of death in a contest to find the perfect, untraceable method of killing. thriller, starring milo Ventimiglia, lauren lee Smith and Alyssa milano. BEST ENTERTAINMENT The Cube ITV2, 8pm Boxer JJ Bird from peterborough and minibus driver norman Bennett from hove compete in the game show in which contestants must complete tasks within the confines of a large transparent cube. phillip Schofield hosts. Gavin And Stacey BBC3, 9pm the bride-to-be goes on a hen party, while Gavin embarks on two stag nights, the second of which reveals secrets about his fiance that could jeopardise the wedding. elsewhere, Staceys brother Jason horrifies uncle Bryn. Football Behind Bars Sky1, 10pm (HD) neW SerieS. Former Arsenal and england striker ian Wright works with youngsters at portland young offenders institute in Devon, hoping to deter them from a life of crime by setting up a football academy. Little Britain BBC3, 10.30pm DAFyDD brushes up his Shakespeare at an audition for the llandewi Breffi production of hamlet. Fair play: Ian Wright presents Football Behind Bars BEST DRAMA Primeval ITV2, 7pm helen refuses to answer lesters questions about the anomalies and manages to escape custody, leaving behind a flock of dodos -- which are playing host to deadly parasites. Jeeves And Wooster ITV3, 7.55pm Bertie is sent to retrieve a silver cream jug from Sir Watkyn Bassett, a magistrate who once fined him. Moonlight Virgin 1, 9pm the private investigator tracks down a vampire preying on female escorts he meets on the internet, while Beth investigates a story about a dead prostitute. Alex oloughlin stars. Shameless E4, 10pm yVonne is confronted by a ghost from her past and has to think fast to keep the truth from Chesney and meena. BEST FACTUAL BEST SPORT Live US Open Tennis Eurosport, 7pm the eighth days play signals the start of the second week at Flushing meadows, as the mens fourth-round singles matches begin and the womens conclude. last year, Serena Williams, right, wrapped up victory by seeing off Severine Bremond in straight sets, before sister Venus ensured an all-Williams quarter-final by dispatching Agnieszka radwanska 6-1, 6-3. A Portrait Of Scotland BBC4, 9pm (HD) peter CApAlDi takes a tour through the early days of Scottish art and its influences, including the enlightenment, the ossian folk works and representations of famous Scots, and explores more modern pieces of work. Featuring interviews with Alison Watt, John Byrne and Sandy moffat. Flying Scotsman: Peter Capaldi TheRUGBYPaper Inside: 12-page club-by-club guide to new season Imploding Quins will be kicked out of Cup HARLEQUINS are expected to be expelled from the Heineken Cup this week as the club implodes in the face of the self-inflicted Bloodgatescandal. The body blow is likely to hit Harlequins following a meeting of the ERC Board on Wednesday, with the tourna- d finally taking the decision to eject the English side from the tournament, serving them with at least a one-year ban, and possibly two, from Europes flagship club event for blood-capsule cheating - andforcompoundingitwitha failed cover-up. The Rugby Paper has learned that the spectre that haunts the Heineken Cup organisers, and their spon- sors, is the prospect of Harlequins not just reaching the knock-out stages again thisseason,butthepossibility that they might even lift Europesmostcherishedclub trophy,leavingitforevertaint- ed by being won by a side so recently convicted of cheating. Many independent observers have been suprisedthatthetwoERCdis- ciplinary tribunals convened so far over the Bloodgate affair stopped short of ban- ning Harlequins from taking part in the seasons tourna- ment,withtheopeninground only five weeks away. 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