Pavarotti And Friends 2002 For Angola World, 9pm This year marks the 10th anniversary of Pavarotti And Friends, an annual charity concert that unites a range of genres and artists. The first took place in 1992 and, since 1995, the proceeds have funded children's medical and educational initiatives in the Balkans, West Africa, Central America and Asia. This year's concert was staged in Pavarotti's home town of Modena, Italy, with a line-up that included Andrea Bocelli, James Brown, Elisa, Augusto Enriquez Y Su Mambo Band, Grace Jones, Gino Paoli, Sting and Lou Reed. The funds from this year's concert went towards medical, educational and water facilities for almost 80,000 Angolan refugees. The artists were accompanied by the 70-strong Orchestra Sinfonica Italiana, conducted by Jose Molina, and were joined by Italian children's choir, Ars Canto Giuseppe Verdi, conducted by Silvia Rossi, and a chorus of 30 children from Angolan camps in Zambia, who travelled to Italy in April to begin rehearsals. Thieves Pearl, 10.30pm Johnny (John Stamos) and Rita (Melissa George, above with Stamos) find themselves at the centre of a black market horse-breeding operation and their paranoia gets the better of them when they suspect each other of stealing a valuable vial from a laboratory. Also starring Robert Knepper. A Low Down Dirty Shame Star Movies, 9pm Keenan Ivory Wayans wrote, directed and stars in this action-comedy about a down-on-his-luck private investigator Andre Shame, a cop who's been kicked off the force after a botched drug bust. He is hired to track down a female fugitive and US$20 million in stolen money. Shame accepts the job to make some cash and to clear his name. Also starring Charles Dutton, Jada Pinkett, Andrew Davidoff and Salli Richardson (above left with Wayans and Pinkett). (1994) Truth Files: Karen Davies National Geographic, 9pm This film profiles the life and work of British photographer Karen Davies. Growing up in London, as the daughter of a BBC news editor, Davies quickly developed an interest in hard news journalism. Her images of the forgotten orphanages of Albania, the Irish conflict, and human struggle in Africa solidified her reputation in publications worldwide. In this film Davies travels to Pakistan on an assignment to photograph General Pervez Musharraf.