The Jonathan Ross Show
After bringing football home this summer, England player Chloe Kelly is one of the first guests to have a chinwag with Wossy in his latest series. Also joining them tonight: Am I Being Unreasonable?’s Daisy May Cooper, comedian Romesh Ranganathan and singer Lewis Capaldi, who, after creating a naughty viral meme moment on BBC Breakfast last month, will also be performing in the studio. Hollie Richardson
Strictly Come Dancing
6.30pm, BBC One
Last week saw us bid a fond farewell to Richie Anderson following a splendid night at the movies. Cue Fleur East and Vito Coppola waltzing their way into week four by a hair’s breadth after being saved by the judges. Now, with the first sub-two hour show upon us, can the pair recover from their floundering Little Mermaid performance? Danielle De Wolfe
8.30pm, BBC One
One of tonight’s contestants is David, a psychic medium from Wigan. Host Bradley Walsh has a million questions about this career, but he needs to get on with asking David to fill in the blanks instead. The celebrities on hand: Joe Swash, Judi Love, Ashley Roberts, Ugo Monye, Rob Rinder and the Rev Richard Coles. HR
I Can See Your Voice
9.05pm, BBC One
Time for more extraordinary renditions as the daft lip-sync elimination game hosted by Paddy McGuinness returns. Can an Essex duo weed out the fakers from potential hitmakers for a £10,000 prize? Maybe if Amanda Holden, Jimmy Carr, Alison Hammond and guest judge Tony Hadley can stop bickering. Graeme Virtue
Later – With Jools Holland
9.30pm, BBC Two
Phoenix are back with a new album, Alpha Zulu, five years since their last one – and they’re here to perform a few tracks for Holland. Also performing: south London singer Raye, Dubliner Dermot Kennedy, Cornish folk musician Angeline Morrison, and Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott. HR
Olivia Newton-John at the BBC
10.15pm, BBC Two
The world was saddened when Grease star and pop icon Olivia Newton-John died from cancer in August this year. To celebrate her legacy, here’s an hour of some of her shiniest performances, including the 1974 Eurovision Song Contest in which she went up against Abba. HR
The Nightingale, 11.20pm, Film4
After the straightforward chills of The Babadook, Jennifer Kent turned to more fact-based horrors for her next, equally affecting film. Set in 1825 in Van Diemen’s Land, AKA Tasmania, during the so-called Black War, it’s a brutal, harrowing tale following Irish convict Clare (a heart-rending Aisling Franciosi), married with a baby and forced to serve a rabble of racist colonial soldiers. Her mistreatment by its British commander, Lt Hawkins (Sam Claflin, oozing disgust), leads to a devastating act of violence, one that sets her on a quest for revenge. In the process, Clare finds common ground with her Indigenous guide, Billy (Baykali Ganambarr), whose people are facing genocide. Simon Wardell
All About Eve, 10.55pm, Talking Pictures TV
“Fasten your seatbelts. It’s going to be a bumpy night.” Joseph Mankiewicz’s delicious drama of backstabbing in the theatre world could equally apply to the Hollywood that produced it, with an ageing actress sidelined by a younger one. Bette Davis is magisterial as grande dame of Broadway Margo Channing, who takes young fan Eve (Anne Baxter) under her wing only to find she’s a cuckoo in the nest. The gender politics may not stand up to today’s expectations, but there’s a wealth of lively characters to enjoy. SW
Rugby Union Women’s World Cup: France v England, 7.30am, ITV The second Pool C match, as Sarah Hunter (pictured above) captains England at Northland Events Centre in Whangarei, New Zealand.
Premier League Football: Leicester v Crystal Palace, 11.30am, BT Sport 1 At King Power Stadium. Followed by Tottenham v Everton at 5pm on Sky Sports Main Event.
Rugby League World Cup: England v Samoa, 1.15pm, BBC One The Group A sides meet at St James’ Park in Newcastle.
Track Cycling World Championships, 7pm, BBC Three The fourth day from Vélodrome de Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines in France. Concludes tomorrow.