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Pete Doherty: Stranger in My Own Skin

9pm, Sky Documentaries

After his unusual meeting with Louis Theroux, a documentary about Pete Doherty has been released. Filmmaker Katia de Vidas, who is also Doherty’s wife, began recording the singer-songwriter ten years ago. The documentary chronicles his journey through difficult times and his efforts towards sobriety. Along the way, viewers witness Doherty starting a family and returning to the spotlight with his band, the Libertines.

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The last mask on The Masked Singer is revealed.

7.20pm, ITV1


The remaining contestants in the competition, Piranha, Cricket, and Bigfoot, have advanced to the finals as Air Fryer and Eiffel Tower, also known as Keala Settle and Tiffany, have been eliminated. Actor Rob Brydon will join the judges in determining this year’s winner. For the last time, the famous phrase is uttered: “Take it off! Take it off!”

Traveling through New Zealand via train

7.20pm, Channel 4

Julie Walters provides a tour guide narration for this two-part program showcasing New Zealand’s three main railway trips. The first segment features the breathtaking Coastal Pacific route, passing through scenic hills and vineyards. The second segment follows the TranzAlpine route to Arthur’s Pass National Park, renowned as one of the most magnificent train rides in the world.

Cambodia’s Forgotten Temples

8.20pm, Channel 4

Prue Leith narrates the epic three-part journey of archaeologist Pauline Carroll in Cambodia. Starting in Angkor – home to the world’s biggest temple and capital of the ancient Khmer empire – she then heads to the jungle to learn more about its roots. HR

BBC’s Second Volume of Movie Themes

9.20pm, BBC Two

A follow-up album of movie soundtracks, with the previous one released last year, appears again in this latest compilation. It includes songs from Top of the Pops, Later…, old BBC footage like The Old Grey Whistle Test, and some standard purchased clips. Some of the artists showcased include Lulu (To Sir With Love), Lisa Loeb (Stay), and Kate Bush (This Woman’s Work). Jack Seale

The Jonathan Ross Show

9.50pm, ITV1

Jack Whitehall and Jon Richardson will face off in the premiere of this new series, with Whitehall playing both the role of talkshow host and his younger self. Alongside them, guests Lashana Lynch, star of the award-winning Bob Marley: One Love, and former YouTuber turned boxer KSI will be present to lighten the mood. The episode will also feature a musical performance by Paloma Faith. This week’s guest list is sure to make for an entertaining show.

Film choice

“I am not able to reword this as it is a specific time and channel for a television program.”

Laure Calamy is most famous among British viewers for her role as office gossip Noémie in Call My Agent. However, in Éric Gravel’s 2021 drama, she delivers an incredible performance as a newly single mother struggling to balance her hectic daily routine while on the brink of exhaustion. She must juggle work, navigating a general strike, keeping her children happy, and attending a job interview. The film is relentlessly naturalistic and effectively captures the main character’s sense of panic. Stuart Heritage

“On Saturday at 9:20pm, tune in to Channel 4 for Moonfall.”

Patrick Wilson in Moonfall on Channel 4.

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Roland Emmerich has made a career out of terrorising the world. In Independence Day it was aliens. In The Day After Tomorrow it was an ice age. In 2012 it was variously earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and mega-tsunamis. However, these were mere warm-ups for the bananas Moonfall, in which Earth discovers that the moon is a) hollow, b) a military electromagnetic pulse device designed billions of years ago to fend off an alien swarm, and c) wildly off its orbit. There are few words to describe how relentlessly stupid Moonfall is – and that’s a compliment. SH

Live sport

On Thursday at 3:30am, the fourth Test between India and England will begin on TNT Sports 1. The third day of the third Test in Rajkot has come to an end at 6am on TNT Sports 2.

The Brentford and Liverpool teams will face off in Premier League Football at 11am, airing on TNT Sports 1. Later at 5pm, Sky Sports Main Event will broadcast the match between Man City and Chelsea.

The first semi-final of the Premiership Rugby Cup between Gloucester Rugby and Exeter Chiefs will take place at Kingsholm, airing at 3pm on TNT Sports 1. On Sunday at 2:30pm, the match between Ealing Trailfinders and Leicester Tigers will also be broadcasted.

The Super League Rugby match between Castleford and Wigan will be airing at 5pm on BBC Two from Mend-a-Hose Jungle.

Source: theguardian.com