SPORT CHAMPIONS CUP LIVE
The pool stage of the rugby competition continues with four more matches. Saracens get the ball rolling at home to Connacht (kick-off 1pm). Bristol Bears then travel to Bordeaux Bègles (k.o. 3.15pm) ahead of Leinster v Sale Sharks at the RDS Arena (k.o. 5.30pm).
Finally, Bath visit Cardiff (k.o. 8pm).
TNT Sports 1, from 12.30pm
SPORT LIVE PREMIER LEAGUE
Burnley host Everton in a relegation six-pointer at Turf Moor (k.o. 5.30pm). Live EFL features the all-East Anglian clash between Ipswich and Norwich at Portman Road (k.o. 12.30pm).
Live WSL is the North London derby between Spurs and Arsenal (k.o. 12midday). Sky Sports Main Event, 5pm; Sky Sports Main Event, 12midday; Sky Sports Premier League, 11.30am
ENTERTAINMENT STRICTLY COME DANCING: THE FINAL
It’s too close to call who might succeed champions Hamza Yassin and Jowita Przystal as the three remaining pro-celeb couples take to the floor for a trio of routines. They’ll be doing a show dance, their personal favourite, and another chosen for them by judges Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse and Anton Du Beke.
COMEDY BLOOD ACTUALLY: A MURDER, THEY HOPE MYSTERY
Johnny Vegas and Sian Gibson, above, are back for more festive fun as the now-married Terry and Gemma. This time the sleuths’ winter break could be ruined by a series of mysterious deaths. But while Gemma tries to make sure they don’t spoil the big day, Terry seems more concerned with preparing the perfect Christmas dinner than finding out whodunnit. GOLD, 9pm
COMEDY BRADLEY WALSH: MY COMEDY HEROES
The Blankety Blank host, who started out in stand-up, hosts a new three-part series celebrating the great and good of British comedy. He begins by examining sitcoms, including favourites Steptoe And Son, Dad’s Army and The Young Ones. Fellow famous fans also offer their views. Channel 5, 9.05pm
MUSIC DISCO: SOUNDTRACK OF A REVOLUTION
The first two episodes of a three-part documentary about the global music phenomenon is the highlight of an evening dedicated to disco. After examining its origins in New York’s gay and black communities, attention turns to how the genre became mainstream. It’s preceded by hits galore in Disco At The BBC: Volume 2 (BBC2, 9.05pm). BBC2, 10.05pm & 11.05pm
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