TV tonight: a musical celebration of the Team GB athletes

Greg James and Clara Amfo present this celebration of Team GB’s athletes as they return from the Tokyo Olympics, filmed at London’s Wembley Arena. Musical acts will be pairing with theatre and dance troupes for unique performances, including Anne-Marie backed by the English National Ballet, Laura Mvula with Rambert Dance Company, and Yungblud with circus company Motionhouse. There are also songs from hit-maker Nile Rodgers. Ammar Kalia

Dawn French narrates this battle of the salty snacks, going behind the scenes at Walkers, Smiths and Golden Wonder to see how decades-long rivalries between the three British companies have spawned innovations to become supermarket bestsellers. Prepare for the surprising flavour combinations. AK

Patrolling the bridges that cross the Rio Grande and that serve as smuggling points across the Mexico-US border, we follow the work of US Customs and Border Protection as they try to spot the criminals amongst the travellers. Tonight, officers intercept shipments of weapons and fentanyl. AK

The identity of Gomorrah is still up for grabs, as the gloomy time-hopping thriller continues. Can Will (who may not be entirely innocent) manage to reveal to Emma and Julien what occurred back in those mountains of Hungary? Meanwhile, we discover how Richard died, how Andras escaped with the boys. Ali Catterall

The likeable ITV remake of the Belgian cop drama reaches its penultimate episode. Tonight, Ben Miller’s troubled academic befriends Sophie, a troubled girl who he believes is the key witness to a murder. Elsewhere, Dan and Lisa’s relationship draws some heat from Lisa’s boss and forces her to make a difficult choice. Phil Harrison

Pose’s two best characters each get an episode of their own in this double-bill. First up, we flash-back to 1978, to see how a young Elektra (Dominique Jackson)founded the House of Abundance. Then Pray (Billy Porter) is returning to his hometown, in hopes of reconciling with his religious family. Ellen E Jones

Shoplifters, 1.30am, Film4

Another tough and tender study of family life from Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda. Lily Franky plays Osamu, the patriarch of a clan of thieves and rogues working from their cramped Tokyo apartment; life grows complicated when he takes in a young waif and mentors her in the art of shoplifting. Paul Howlett

Premier League Football: Newcastle United v West Ham United 1pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Followed by Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester City at 4pm.

Cricket: West Indies v Pakistan 3.45pm, BT Sport 1. Day four of the first test.

Cricket: Trent Rockets Men v Manchester Originals Men 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event. The Hundred match.

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