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Tonight on TV, Suranne Jones will be back in an exciting thriller about drone warfare.


Vigil

On Sunday at 9pm, tune in to BBC One.

The sequel to the original series takes place in a less confining environment, but still delivers thrilling action in this intense police drama created by the team behind Line of Duty. Suranne Jones reprises her role as detective Amy Silva, joined by Rose Leslie as her partner Kirsten Longacre, who is both pregnant and working alongside her. A malfunctioning drone during a military test in Scotland leads Amy and Kirsten to uncover a larger scheme, taking them to a Middle Eastern base and exposing the hidden world of drone warfare. The talented cast includes Romola Garai and Dougray Scott. Hollie Richardson

A Gathering with Kylie

7.45pm, ITV1

An Audience with Kylie on ITV1.

This has been the year of Renaissance Kylie – and last week’s special concert at the Royal Albert Hall was the ultimate celebration. As well as playing all the hits from The Locomotion to Can’t Get You Out of My Head and Padam Padam, she’ll be asking Alison Hammond to do a dance-off and inviting Andrew Scott on stage. HR

Planet Earth III

6.20pm, BBC One

After sixteen years since David Attenborough started filming Planet Earth, numerous species like the black rhino and their homes are at a higher risk of disappearing forever. Despite this, there is a new group of individuals who are willing to put their lives on the line to protect them. In this week’s episode, we will get to know some of these courageous individuals in this emotional finale of the series. Ali Catterall

Kirstie’s Handmade Christmas

8pm, Channel 4

During this particular season, Kirstie Allsopp encourages people to make their own decorations. In her latest project, she tries her hand at basket-weaving, adds vibrant decorations to the exterior of her “Christmas HQ,” and enlists skilled crafters to design a variety of ornaments for the Christmas tree, including needle-felted woodland creatures and stained-glass snowflakes. Some of these creations may prove challenging to duplicate… by Alexi Duggins.

Solving the Mystery of Sherlock’s Death: Lucy Worsley Investigates Conan Doyle’s Case

9pm, BBC Two

The writer of Sherlock Holmes completed his initial novel in less than a month, bringing forth the character who would later become the most renowned fictional detective in the world. However, as revealed by historian Worsley in this fervent three-part series, Conan Doyle had a complex relationship with Holmes, filled with both adoration and animosity. Worsley begins by exploring his days as a medical student, when he initially conceived the concept of the detective.

I apologize, I was not aware.

10.55pm, ITV1

Which African nation received the highest number of visitors in 2022? This and other inquiries will be addressed in a spirited manner on the panel quiz show, which celebrates Black history and culture. Chizzy Akudolu and Eddie Kadi will be competing against each other, while Nabil Abdulrashid, Paul Chowdhry, Adjani Salmon, and Sarah Keyworth join in on the fun. Host Jimmy Akingbola may have a hard time keeping the guests in check. Presenter Graeme Virtue will moderate the lively discussion.

Film choice

“The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry” will be shown on Sky Cinema Premiere at 4:20pm and 10:05pm.

The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry on Sky Cinema Premiere

A coincidental accompaniment to the Timothy Spall drama The Last Bus, Hettie Macdonald’s exceptional film centers on an elderly man embarking on an unconventional long-distance journey. Jim Broadbent, a revered British actor, walks from Devon to Berwick-upon-Tweed to visit a former colleague who is battling cancer. His purpose is to inspire her to keep fighting. As he makes the trek, he reflects on the unexamined aspects of his own life, as does his wife, Maureen (Penelope Wilton). While not entirely unique, the film is tender and contemplative. Simon Wardell.

Live sport

English Premier League Women’s Football: Arsenal vs. Chelsea, 12:15pm, broadcasted on BBC Two from Emirates Stadium.

The Premier League match between Tottenham and Newcastle will be aired on Sky Sports Main Event at 4pm. The first game of the day will be Luton versus Man City at 2pm.

Source: theguardian.com