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SNOOKER Wuxi Classic, 7.45am, British Eurosport

LIVE coverage of this event from China. History has been made this year, with England's Reanne Evans becoming the first woman to reach televised stages of a tournament.

CRICKET

Sri Lanka v Australia, 12.30pm, Sky Sports 1

LIVE ICC Champions Trophy Group A action from The Oval. In January, former captain Mahela Jayawardene led the touring Sri Lankans to a commendable 2-2 draw.

SONG COMPETITION

BBC Cardiff Singer Of The World, 7.30pm, BBC4

BEFORE this glorious contest begins tomorrow, here is a look back at its 30-year history. One of the highlights is 1989's 'battle of the baritones' between Bryn Terfel and Dmitri Hvorostovsky.

DANCE DOCUMENTARY

Mad Hot Ballroom, 8pm, Sky Select

SPELLBOUND meets Strictly Ballroom in this mini-me dance documentary -- a delightful film following three groups of New York 11-year-olds from first rehearsal to nailbiting contest.

NEW SERIES

Burn Notice, 9pm, Fox

THE new, sixth (and penultimate) season of this action-packed spy series begins with Fiona in the hands of the FBI. Mike is a total mess for all of two minutes, but then his training kicks in -- and so do the explosions. Good fun, but told with a slight sting in the tale.

HISTORY OF SCIENCE

Precision: The Measure Of All Things, 9pm, BBC4

IN THE second part of his thoroughly educational series, Marcus du Sautoy explores the history of weight and the race to replace the last remaining physical object to define a measure -- 'le grand k'.

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