SATELLITE PICK OF THE DAY.
THIS promising new comedy-drama is set in Belfast and follows the lives of four friends.
Wardrobe, Ta, Darragh and Shay pull dodgy scams in order to secure money and avoid legitimate work.
In the first of tonight's two episodes, the lads get involved in organising the biggest whiplash scam in Belfast's impressive league table of personal injury claims.
They are aided and abetted by their local dole office worker with Ta's long-suffering partner Una drawn into the scam, while Shay's dodgy ex-schoolmate Hoker is needed to help stage the accident.
The evening's second episode has Ta's uncle paying the lads to dispose of a dead cow.
Ciaran McMenamin stars alongside Simon Delaney and Ciaran Nolan.
Men In Black II Sky Movies 1, 8.00pm
THE original sci-fi comedy was a massive hit so you knew it wouldn't be long before Hollywood made a sequel.
An evil alien are there any other kind? is threatening the Earth, so top MIB agent Jay (Will Smith) needs the help of his former amnesiac partner Kay (Tommy Lee Jones) to save the planet.
The toughest thing for the guys is that the baddie is a renegade Kylothian monster disguised as a lingerie model. With Rip Torn and Lara Flynn Boyle.
Novocaine FilmFour, 10.00pm
AFFLUENT Los Angeles dentist Steve Martin finds his life in turmoil when junkie patient Helena Bonham Carter seduces him.
She has an ulterior motive she wants him to prescribe her drugs and he's soon drawn into a seedy underworld of sex, drugs and murder in this black comedy thriller.
Live Athletics Eurosport, 8.30am
BUDAPEST is the venue for the World Indoor Athletics Championships which kicked off this morning.
This year's, the 10th, is expected to the biggest so far with a record number of nations taking part.
It's also the first time the championships have returned to the same city Budapest hosted in 1989 but all the action will take place in the new state-of-the-art Budapest Sportarena.
Sprinter Jason Gardner the fastest man over 60metres so far this year is among Britain's brightest hopes of a medal alongside world 1500metres silver medallist Kelly Holmes.
Meanwhile, Olympic champion Maria Mutola is eyeing an unprecedented sixth world indoor track title in the 800metres.
Between The Lines UK Drama, 10.45pm
THE excellent Neil Pearson stars in the very first episode of the acclaimed drama series set in the Complaints Investigation Bureau of the Metropolitan Police.
DCI Tony Clark is confident of promotion to the Flying Squad.
But when the Complaints Investigation Bureau starts looking into allegations of corruption at Mulberry Street CID, Clark is at the top of their list of suspects. With Tom Georgeson and Siobhan Redmond.
THEY'RE BACK: Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith are Men In Black II, Sky Movies 1, 8.00pm
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|Publication:||Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)|
|Date:||Mar 5, 2004|
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