Game of Thrones reaches its bloody finale this evening, Michael Palin's new kids series and David Beckham settles into retirement
New series. Michael Palin narrates a revival of the classic animation about the adventures of a clan of friendly aliens living on a small blue planet. Little has changed as the family – Major, Mother, Granny, Tiny and Small – are still pink, knitted, mouse-like creatures, they still whistle and they still tell gentle, sweet stories. Today, the Music Tree notes for Tiny Clanger’s marvellous new melody are blown away by a strong wind and no-one can find them.
David Beckham into the Unknown
Documentary following David Beckham and three friends into one of the few places on Earth where the ex-footballer isn’t known – the Amazon rainforest. Before flying to Manaus, Beckham enjoys a game of beach foot-volleyball with locals from Rio’s Vidigal favela, but things look set to hot up when almost 800 miles of boat and bike travel brings them to a remote jungle territory, home of the Yanonami tribe.
Sky 1, 8pm
Everyone gathers at Jay and Gloria’s to celebrate Alex’s graduation, but Phil is devastated to be missing the occasion thanks to an ear infection preventing him from flying home from a business trip. Jay frets about Gloria’s cousin, who has overstayed his welcome, while Claire stresses about giving Alex the perfect gift. Mitch hides important news from Cam. Stars Sofia Vergara (left). Last in the series
Game of Thrones
Sky Atlantic, 9pm
The High Sparrow and his militant followers appear to have made an indelible mark on King’s Landing as Cersei finds herself seeking forgiveness. Meanwhile, in the North, Stannis embarks on a gruelling march, and Jon is challenged, and across the Narrow Sea, Daenerys is surrounded by strangers as the fifth chapter of the hit fantasy drama draws to a close. Starring Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke, Lena Headey and Stephen Dillane. Last in the series.
Documentary aiming to shed new light on claims that Loyalist paramilitaries and the British security forces colluded with each other over three decades in Northern Ireland. The film sets out to determine the extent of this collaboration, and the impact it may have had on the people of Ulster.