The NHS, To Provide All People is on BBC Two at 8pm.

This one-off film poetic drama, shown to mark the birth of the National Health Service 70 years ago, charts a day in the life of a regional hospital. Stars Michael Sheen and Martin Freeman.

World Cup: France versus Argentina is on BBC1 at 2.30pm.

Coverage of the opening last-16 fixture, staged at the Kazan Arena. Kick-off 3.00pm. Uruguay versus Portugal can be seen on ITV at 6.30pm.

Titanic is on Channel Four at 6.20pm.

Channel Four is a football-free zone this evening, with a chance to see this Oscar-winning romantic drama starring Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Eric Clapton, Life in 12 Bars is on BBC Two at 9pm.

One-off music documentary profiling the blues guitarist, narrated by the man himself, as he charts his six decades in the music business. Eric Clapton at the BBC, can be seen on BBC4 tomorrow at 10.10pm.

Cricket, One-Day Cup final is on Sky Sports Main Event at 10.30am.

Kent play Hampshire at Lord’s, in the first domestic cup final of the summer.

Love Means Zero is on Sky Atlantic at 9.35pm.

This sporting documentary charts the life and career of famed tennis coach Nick Bollettieri, who taught Andre Agassi among many others.

Green Room is on Film Four at 10.45pm.

This film thriller stars Anton Yelchin and Patrick Stewart. A crooked businessman holds the members of a punk-rock band captive, after they witness a crime committed by his henchmen.