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TV tonight: it’s Glastonbury with Dua Lipa, Sugababes and Paul Heaton
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TV tonight: it’s Glastonbury with Dua Lipa, Sugababes and Paul Heaton

Paul Heaton and Sugababes at Glastonbury 2024

7.30pm, BBC Four
It has been 17 years since the Beautiful South split, citing “musical similarities”, but Paul Heaton hasn’t kipped on his laurels, most recently releasing N.K-Pop with fellow former Southerner Jacqui Abbott. Expect more achingly poignant masterpieces on the Pyramid stage. Meanwhile, Sugababes will be bringing their incurably infectious pop genius, with the likes of Overload, Push the Button and latest single When the Rain Comes. Bliss. Ali Catterall

The Panorama Interviews With Nick Robinson

7.30pm, BBC One
Much has been made of Ed Davey’s wacky style of electioneering, from gleefully launching himself into various bodies of water to getting a fashion makeover on This Morning. But with the Lib Dems hoping to again become the UK’s third-biggest party, their leader dutifully unclips his bungee jump harness to get grilled on policy. Graeme Virtue

Andy Murray: Will to Win

9pm, BBC One
As Wimbledon approaches, the more romantic among us might be wondering whether Andy Murray has one last fairytale triumph in him. As the end of his career looms – and with questions over whether he will appear at this year’s tournament – this documentary explores the life of one of Britain’s greatest ever sportspeople, using interviews and archive footage to trace his career from its beginnings in the small Scottish town of Dunblane. Phil Harrison

Dua Lipa at Glastonbury 2024

9pm, BBC Two
Look away, people who think Friday should be headlined by a male guitar band. Dua Lipa knows what she needs to do: bring out the bangers and a shiny performance. She is ready to deliver, with New Rules and Don’t Start Now in her pop treasure trove. Hannah Verdier

The Walking Dead: The Ones Who Live

9pm, Sky Max

Headshot of Danai Gurira as Michonne in The Walking Dead: The Ones Who LiveView image in fullscreen

Beset by bandits and nasties, Rick and Michonne head to Alexandria pursued by Jadis Stokes, who is conflicted about her loyalty to the CRM. “Protect the People from the People” proclaims a park sign – before a walker, apparently made of stone, attacks. AC

The Nevermets

10pm, Channel 4
Gilbert Parker said that “love knows not distance”, but he had never watched The Nevermets. The reality of long-distance love is laid bare in the finale, in which Leah and Chad’s fledgling romance is rattled by an unexpected call from the UK – and Matt and Maria take things to the next level. Kayleigh Dray

Film choice

Isabel Deroy-Olsen and Lily Gladstone in Fancy Dance.View image in fullscreen

Fancy Dance (Erica Tremblay, 2023), Apple TV+
Erica Tremblay’s poignant debut drama adds to the valuable but still small body of films bringing the present-day Native American experience to wider attention. Killers of the Flower Moon breakout star Lily Gladstone bolsters her reputation as petty criminal Jax, who has been looking after her 13-year-old niece, Roki (Isabel Deroy-Olsen), since her sister Tawi vanished. As she searches for Tawi, Jax drags the trusting Roki away from their Seneca–Cayuga reservation into her own murky world of shoplifting and car theft, barely realising what a bad influence she is on the girl. Questions of identity and belonging – tribal and familial – swirl under an arresting road movie mystery. Simon Wardell

Source: theguardian.com