TV stasera: The Masked Dancer begins

If the South Korean spin-off hit The Masked Singer wasn’t enough absurdist reality TV for you, worry not as we now find ourselves confronted by 12 celebrities aiming to do their best on the dancefloor, all while hampered by gargantuan anthropomorphic costumes. Among the bizarre creations are “Carwash”, “Squirrel”, “Beetroot” and “Rubber Chicken”, who will all be trying to impress returning judges Jonathan Ross, Mo Gilligan and Davina McCall, and newcomer Oti Mabuse, with their moves. Ammar Kalia

Michael Portillo continues his locomotive journey through the nation, armed with his 1930s Bradshaw guide to give him a taste of tourism during the interwar years. Following his journey to Battersea, Portillo now makes his way underground in the capital to Whitehall. SE

Fenisha struggles when a face from the past pops up outside the hospital, forcing her to confront what happened eight years ago. Staff nurse Marty, nel frattempo, is stepping up his campaign to raise awareness around vaginal mesh and Rosa’s family troubles spill into to A&E, along with David’s son Ollie. Hannah Verdier

The Danish cold-case crime sequel reaches its end-game tonight: the identity of the killer has never been a mystery – the tension has surrounded Louise’s (Natalie Madueno) attempts to prevent more deaths without putting herself in harm’s way. While Katrina looks for new evidence, can Louise survive? Phil Harrison

It might get a bit meta on the sofa this week, as Jonathan Ross gives a ‘This Time’ style grilling to both Alan Partridge’s creator, Steve Coogan, and perhaps his greatest inspiration, Jeremy Clarkson. A-list glamour is provided by the Emmas (Thompson and Stone), discussing their new take on a Disney classic. Ellen E Jones

Radio 1’s live music extravaganza is back this weekend for another year of live performances pre-recorded owing to Covid restrictions. Beaming in from special locations, expect sets from the likes of Ed Sheeran, AJ Tracey, Anne-Marie, Celeste and Wolf Alice. SE

20th Century Women, 11.40pm, BBC Two

A quality extended cast means there’s always something to be impressed by in Mike Mills’s comedy-drama. Single mother Annette Bening is raising Lucas Jade Zumann’s teenager in her own, idiosyncratic fashion, in a open house with colourful characters portrayed by Greta Gerwig, Billy Crudup and Elle Fanning. Simon Wardell

Championship Football 2pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Yet to be announced play-off final.

Champions League Football: Manchester City v Chelsea 6pm, BT Sport 1. Final from Estadio do Dragao.

Golf: The Charles Schwab Challenge 7.50pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Third day’s coverage from Forth Worth, Texas.




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