TV stasera: the Supervet signs off

Beloved vet Noel Fitzpatrick takes us through a final batch of poorly pets in the last of this series going behind the scenes of his practice in Surrey. Five-year-old goldendoodle Angus suffered a 20-metre fall a month ago, leaving him with nerve damage and a shattered wrist. Noel sets about designing a custom implant to improve Angus’s mobility before performing an amputation of his damaged leg. But Angus’s recovery is complicated by an infection that leaves his life threatened. Ammar Kalia

The DC television universe makes a return to Sky One this week, following Wednesday’s new series of Legends of Tomorrow. The opening episode of season seven of The Flash finds our super-fast hero Barry Allen (Grant Gustin) trying desperately to save his superpower through a dangerous experiment. SE

Another compendium of notable creatures sees Clunes hit the Ningaloo reef in Australia to swim with a massive whale shark, before moving to Phillip Island to see a colony of the world’s smallest penguins. Più, swan sightings on the Thames and a lemur refuge in Madagascar. Jack Seal

A Den first tonight as a product prompts discussion about the difficulties of dealing with canine faeces. Get your dinner out of the way first. Altrove, things get distinctly tetchy as Peter Jones returns after a short break in a feisty mood. As the 18th series nears its end, DD remains as watchable as ever. Phil Harrison

With summer having finally arrived, Dick and Angel Strawbridge help couple Nancy and Arthur transform their drab garden into a social space replete with a pergola, garden lounge and macramé lamps. Nel frattempo, back at the chateau, the Strawbridges introduce vegetation into their pond. SE

The world may have gone canine-crazy, but sales of prodigious pooches are in decline, with breeds such as great danes and St Bernards losing out to French bulldogs in popularity. Here are some owners who prefer their four-legged friends to have a bit of height, such as the Mathers family. Ali Catterall

Hear My Song (Peter Chelsom, 1991) 11.40pm, Film4
Based on the life of Irish tenor Josef Locke, this exercise in cockle-warming is a shameless success. Adrian Dunbar, who co-wrote with the director, Peter Chelsom, plays Micky O’Neill, who wants to bring Locke back from tax exile in Ireland to sing in his Liverpool club. Ned Beatty is a hit as Locke. Paul Howlett

Golf: The Dubai Duty Free Irish Open 10sono, Evento principale di Sky Sport. First day’s coverage from Mount Juliet Estate in Kilkenny.

Golf: The Rocket Mortgage Classic 6pm, Sky Sport Golf. Opening day’s play.

Women’s international football: Team GB v Zambia 7.30pm, BBC Four. Friendly match from Stoke-on-Trent’s bet365 Stadium.





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