January 16, 2021

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Tonight on TV: The Gospel According to Aretha Franklin | TV and radio

An amazing blessing

Half past eight in the evening, BBC Two

This amazing movie by soul pioneer Aretha Franklin made the live recording in 1972 of her amazing gospel album Long Journey to the Screen. Initially, Franklin objected, and she surrendered to the movie coffers and was rediscovered in 2007, but only after her death in 2018 did her family give her consent and allow the performance shots to be released. What follows is an intimate yet extremely powerful performance of Franklin’s singing feat, supported by the Southern California Community Choir. Ammar Kalia

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Knight Takeaway

5.15 pm, ITV

The comedic grows up of the fun duo is one of the standout takeaway shows, thanks to some of the game’s big names and well-placed hints. In this special show, the criminal mastermind kidnaps members of The Honored, Ant and Decse who are celebrities. Hannah Verder

Stevie Nicks: 24k Gold Round

8:00 pm, Sky Arts



Stevie Nicks. Photo: Evan Agostini / Invision / AP

The Fleetwood Mac singer (and recently famous Tik Tok star) delivers a delightful recording of her 24 Karat Gold Tour, delving into the massive back catalog of the band and singles, as well as detailing bigger-than-life stories behind some of their most beloved tunes. if

The Voice UK

8:30 pm, ITV

The stunt singing is reaching its tenth season, a standout event that has featured some adjustments. British pop star Anne Marie has jumped into the Megan Trainor’s spinning chair on the jury, and a new tactical option – The Block – becomes available during Blind Auditions hosted by Emma Willis. Graeme

Secrets of royal palaces

8:30 pm, Channel 5

A new series of royal palaces shatters the gate from Sandringham to Highgrove, starting with the main spear, Buckingham House. Like some cute mansion intruder, Kate Williams explores the stories and secrets contained in them, including when the Queen-mom used her mice as a target practice. Ali Cataral

spiral

9 pm, BBC 4th

The French crime series returns for a final tour. We open our doors with Gilo (Thierry Godard) facing prison and the team suffering from last season’s meltdown, leaving Laure (Caroline Prost) at odds with her pals. However, a new ugly issue is up for them to solve: the killing of a Moroccan minor in a dilapidated area of ​​Medina. if

Choose a movie

Seizures.



Seizures. Photo: Allstar

Shifts, 12.05 a.m., BBC Two

When little boxer Toni (Royalty Hightower) spies with a hip-hop dance troupe that lionesses train in, she is mesmerized and expected to join them; But her arrival coincides with the outbreak of hysterical attacks. The debut of the cunning Anna Rose Holmer is part of a rite of passage drama and a scary horror sequel. Paul Howlett

Live sport

Scottish Football: Rangers – Celtic, 11:30 AM Sky Sports Maine event. Scottish Premier League match.

Rugby Union: Wasps v Exeter Chiefs 1.15pm, BT Sport 2. Gloucester v Sale Sharks at 4.15 pm.

Premier League Soccer: Brighton & Hove Albion-Wolverhampton Wanderers at 5.30pm, Sky Sports’ main event. Conflict Flight Top.