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Tonight’s TV: John Lennon: A Life in Ten Pictures and Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow

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FOUR decades after his passing, Lennon remains a towering cultural figure, one whose influence on everything from popular music to peace initiatives resonates to this day.

The latest edition of this documentary series looks back at the former Beatle’s life via 10 memorable images, with the significance of the photos and the circumstances of their taking discussed by those who were there and who knew him best.

It’s a journey that took him from a difficult childhood in Liverpool via the German city of Hamburg to international stardom with the Beatles, peace campaigning with his second wife, the avant-garde artist Yoko Ono, and a tragic death outside his home in New York City in December 1980.


Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow – Celebrity Special (STV, 7.30pm)

FOLLOWING a revamped version of Name That Tune last month, Alan returns with an all-star edition of the classic musical game show.

I’m a Celeb star Shane Richie joins another former EastEnders actor Richard Blackwood, along with presenters Gabby Logan and Vick Hope, as the quartet attempt to identify songs played by a house band.

The star who can name the most in the shortest time possible will get the chance to win a £25,000 jackpot for a charity of their choice.

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Casualty (BBC1, 9.20pm)

RASH is thrown into the deep end when Ethan signs him up for the finance meeting. Already overwhelmed, Rash’s day gets even more complicated when he discovers that his old athletics coach Adil has been brought into the ED.

Robyn is intrigued to hear that Rash used to be a rising athletics star, but it becomes clear that the memory is a painful one for Rash.

Meanwhile, Faith is determined to get her life back on track following recent events.

After indulging in some innocent flirting with Iain, the pair form a bond while treating elderly couple Bobby and Ken.

And Tina’s resilience is put to the test when a patient dies after a procedure.

The Jonathan Ross Show (STV, 9.35pm)

THE host is joined by legendary Welsh singer Sir Tom Jones, who recently became the oldest male artist to have a UK No1 album, aged 80 years and 10 months, with his 41st studio LP Surrounded By Time.

Also on the show is Tom’s former The Voice UK colleague, multi-platinum selling singer Paloma Faith.

They will be joined by the former professional wrestler and star of the upcoming Netflix zombie thriller Army of the Dead, Dave Bautista.

There are also laughs, courtesy of one of the country’s hottest comedians James Acaster.

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