TV tonight: the stakes are high in this intense fight club series

The Good Fight Club

10pm, Sky Documentaries

The stakes are high for charismatic Mixed Martial Arts coach Steve Cooke, who works hard to get his gym’s family of fighters from south London to LA. In this intense four-part documentary, we also see the journey of his dedicated MMA athletes, such as Thomas, who dreams of being a role model for the deaf community, and Aiden, who has used fighting to help him recover from anorexia. Hollie Richardson

Pointless Celebrities

7.25pm, BBC One

A nicely eclectic lineup this week features actor/writer Emer Kenny and her other half, 5 Live host Rick Edwards, as well as a booking one suspects Richard Osman made himself: darts player Deta Hedman and referee Russ Bray. Plus comedians Danny Wallace, Yuriko Kotani, and Strictly pair Ian Waite and Vincent Simone. Jack Seale

100 Foot Wave
8pm, Sky Documentaries

The jaw-dropping series about wave-chasing continues, with Justine Dupont returning to Hawaii where three years earlier she suffered the biggest injury of her career (a broken shoulder and ruptured knee ligaments). Meanwhile, preparations are being made for the World Surf League’s Tow Surfing Challenge. HR

Lewis Capaldi & Lizzo at Glastonbury 2023
9pm, BBC One

With living room dancing well underway at this point of Glastonbury weekend, it’s time to tune in for Lewis Capaldi and Lizzo on the Pyramid stage. It will be Capaldi’s return to performing after cancelling recent gigs for mental health reasons. For Lizzo, she’s fresh from her Special tour. HR

Ancient Egypt by Train With Alice Roberts
9pm, Channel 4

The anthropologist concludes her gentle, ASMR-worthy documentary series charting the wonders of the pioneering civilisation. As she journeys from Luxor to Aswan, the focus is on temples, from those restored from ruin to one that was painstakingly moved to a new location to avoid its destruction by the rising Nile – piece by piece. Hannah J Davies

A Better Place

11pm, BBC Three

Part of BBC Comedy’s Short Films strand, here’s a classic sitcom set-up in just 13 minutes: in a Scottish village, the kooky Camerons attempt to rescue their faltering family-run funeral parlour from the conglomerate Sympathy Plus. Bonus points for use of Sparks’ Change as the theme tune. Ali Catterall

Film choice

Emily, 10.05pm, Sky Cinema Premiere

Emma Mackey in Emily.
Emma Mackey in Emily. Photograph: Album/Alamy

The romances of the Brontë sisters have fallen out of fashion lately: Andrea Arnold’s rough-hewn Wuthering Heights and the Mia Wasikowska/Michael Fassbender Jane Eyre are the most recent adaptations, over a decade ago. But writer-director Frances O’Connor had the smart idea to make this biopic of Emily, the middle sister and author of Wuthering Heights, as if she and her siblings were characters in one of their own novels. It’s given weight by an excellent Emma Mackey, who handles the shift from wild-child to ardent adult with aplomb. O’Connor takes some liberties with history, but she’s crafted a character study that chimes beautifully with its literary inspirations. Andrew Pulver

The Last of the Mohicans, 3.55pm, Channel 5

It came as something of a shock when master of the flashy urban thriller Michael Mann turned his attention to the prelapsarian era of colonial America for his 1992 adaptation of Last of the Mohicans. The result was, and still is, one of the most romantic and heart-wrenching action films ever. Who could have predicted that Daniel Day-Lewis would pull off playing James Fenimore Cooper’s Hawkeye as a super-sensitive hunk, able to win the day for winsome Cora Munro (Madeleine Stowe), though of course not able to forestall the final tragedy. AP

Live sport

Cricket: England Women v Australia Women, 10.15am, Sky Sports Main Event Day three of the one-off women’s Ashes test at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

Horse Racing: Royal Ascot, 1.30pm, ITV1 Final day of the five-day festival, which includes the Group 1 Jubilee Stakes at 4.20pm.

Golf: Women’s PGA Championship, 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event Day three from New Jersey. Concludes on Sunday from 7pm.