Episode two of the show features nine of the 16 couples taking their first steps on the dance floor, with Irish representative Laura Whitmore and the other contestants not having to face an elimination decision yet.
The Rolling Stones guitarist continues his curation of BBC Four over the weekend, with a schedule that includes film noir I Walked with A Zombie, Fellini’s classic film The Bicycle Thieves, and Julien Temple’s documentary, London: The Modern Babylon.
Marty Whelan and Sinead Kennedy return for another season of the National Lottery show.
Jamie Dornan is one of the busiest men in showbiz at the moment, and is in the studio tonight to talk about 50 Shades Darker. The child stars of Netflix hit Stranger Things are also on the show, while Zara Larsson provides the musical interlude.
The three chefs are in Ballymacmoy House, near Killavullen, Co Cork, ancestral home of Richard Hennessy, the man who founded the famous cognac brand. For their period feast, Catherine Fulvio heads to the nearby Blackwater in search of salmon, and joins a boat in Ballycotton to catch some lobster.
They’ve been four days on the island and they still haven’t managed to gather enough food for a proper meal. To add to the unpleasantness of the situation, one of the celebrities has a nasty accident. As tensions rise, not everybody agrees with the way Dom Joly is leading the group.
Irish presenter Baz Ashmawy’s show has been hugely successful, but presumably he faced the dilemma of whether it was really feasible to put his mother Nancy through any more ordeals.
If you spotted the plural in the title for this new series, you may have an idea of what the solution was. Three other elderly women have joined the show.
First up, they’re off to Costa Rica for such activities as abseiling down a waterfall and taking 700 dogs for a walk.
Episode three of the enjoyable new comedy series has Seána Kerslake’s character Danielle hitting the tequila at a work function with almost disastrous consequences.
Trump v Clinton Live
Channel 4, 1.45am
The first of three presidential debates in the US will probably be more frightening than any horror film.
A specialised oncologist also suggests some cutting-edge treatment for dog with colon cancer. A cute pup has been hit by a car, so the Cork vets have to try some difficult reconstruction on its leg bone.
Lisa Hannigan cracked the UK top 40 with her recent album, At Swim, and an appearance on tonight’s show should further boost her profile in Britain. Barry Gibb, Norah Jones and Slaves are also on the show.
Government cuts, stress-related sick leave and temp staff who aren’t quite up to the job... sound familiar? Jo Brand stars in and helped write this new comedy series set among a team of social workers.
Colombia may have despatched Pablo Escobar and reached a peace deal to end the Farc insurrection, but Kemp discovers that drug gangs can still unleash massive violence in such cities as Buenaventura.
It’s winter at the Dublin college and the staff and students are getting ready for Christmas. Among them are then student union president Lynn Ruane (since elected to the Seanad) who lives on the campus with her two children.
We also see the ladies’ rowing team braving the cold to go training in the early morning; and twins Fionn and Cian Ó Riain Broin, making their way on the college’s hurling team.
Episode two of the Irish version of the show, and the participating families and friends cast their eye over another week of TV.
The show previews Cork Folk Festival, particularly Donal Lunny’s latest project, Atlantic Arc Orchestra which is being performed on the Friday night at the festival.
Dublin-born writer Emma Donoghue is best known for her book and screenplay Room, and here also chats to John Kelly about her new novel, The Wonder.
Foxes are the most widespread carnivore on the planet, and Colin Stafford-Johnson sets out to film some of the Irish population. Among them are a vixen and her cubs in their den, which isn’t the easiest place to record images.
A new series of the show begins in Cork with a look at Spike Island and the military engineering of its vast fortress. Of course, many of the features that were designed to keep people out also came in handy to keep people in when the complex evolved into a prison.
Across the harbour, Orla Murphy also looks at the Victorian character of Cobh’s architecture.
British rapper Rodney P talks to the likes of Chuck D of Public Enemy, and Def Jam’s Russell Simmons about hip-hop’s journey from the streets of New York to becoming a world-wide cultural force, and an industry worth billions.
Later, the Rubble Kings (10.30pm) documentary looks at how hip-hop helped lower the rates of gang violence in New York in the late 1970s.
A celebration of the career of the late Irish broadcaster, taking in his decades of radio and TV work, as well as his charity work.