Comedian Jimmy Carr joins the two Dannys on Baker and Kelly Not In Rio tonight for another hour of World Cup-themed mayhem (BT Sport 1, 7pm).

Ex-England striker Michael Owen and musician Rick Wakeman are also on the sofa to take an entertaining look at the latest news coming out of Brazil ahead of the second semi-final between Holland and Argentina.

Remember, you don't need to be a BT Sport subscriber to watch Baker and Kelly Not in Rio every night throughout the World Cup. Football fans can see it for free on the BT Sport website at btsport.com/worldcup2014.

There’s a chance to see more of ESPN’s fascinating 30 for 30 documentaries this evening, starting with ‘Jordan Rides The Bus’, looking back at when basketball superstar Michael Jordan retired from the sport in 1993 and embarked on a brief career in minor league baseball (BT Sport 2, 9pm).

Later you can see ‘Little Big Men’, the story of the Kirkland National Little League team (BT Sport 2, 10pm), before ‘Unmatched’, a look at the friendship and rivalry of tennis legends Chris Evert and Martina Navratilova (BT Sport 2, 11pm).

Finally, ‘Straight Outta LA’ sees Ice Cube look back at the Los Angeles Raiders’ move to Oakland in 1994, and the relationship between the franchise and the gangsta rap culture in LA (BT Sport 2, midnight).

Baseball fans can enjoy a triple-header of live MLB, starting with Detroit Tigers v Los Angeles Dodgers in an inter-league clash at Comerica Park (BT Sport 1, 6pm).

Later watch Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim v Toronto Blue Jays (BT Sport 1, 8.30pm) before St Louis Cardinals take on Pittsburgh Pirates (ESPN, 1am). Unfortunately our MLB coverage is not available on our digital platforms.

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