TV tonight: Naomi Campbell lights up the Jonathan Ross Show

The supermodel goes head-to-head with football luminary Harry Redknapp on the sofa, as Icelandic drama Trapped gets ever more bloody. Here’s all the best TV to tune in for

Sam Warburton: Full Contact

11.45pm, BBC One

In 2017, aged 28, Sam Warburton led out the British & Irish Lions against New Zealand. It was his last ever game of rugby. This rather touching documentary reveals the mental and physical pressures at the game’s top level on which he appeared to thrive, but in the end forced him to quit. Idyllic scenes of his close-knit family life are intercut with thrilling flashbacks to his career highlights, including his fateful intervention in his final game. David Stubbs

All Together Now

7.35pm, BBC One

Butchering Abba in front of Cowell and co might seem daunting enough, but how about being judged by a mob of 100 industry pros? That is the challenge handed to contestants on this singing show, which this week features takes on Bruno Mars, Shirley Bassey and Zayn Malik. The winner heads to next month’s final. Gwilym Mumford

The Voice UK

8pm, ITV

That’s it for the battles stage. Well, almost. Judges Will.i.am, Jennifer Hudson, Tom Jones and Olly Murs still need to decide which of the performers will go through to the knockouts. Cue much pathetic pleading from ditched singers hoping to persuade one of the other judges to take them on. Ellen E Jones

Trapped

9pm, BBC Four

Trapped.
The mind of Columbo in Hodor’s body ... Andri in Trapped. Photograph: BBC/RVK Studios/Lilja Jonsdottir

Another double bill of the morally and now environmentally murky Icelandic drama as season two approaches its end game. Beardy Andri – the mind of Columbo in Hodor’s body – returns to the increasingly hazardous power plant to investigate another killing, albeit one with a blood-soaked suspect on hand. Graeme Virtue

The Jonathan Ross Show

9.20pm, ITV

Fresh from his bug-chomping triumph on I’m a Celeb, Harry Redknapp settles down for a chat on the sofa, joined by another football luminary (and Liam Neeson defender), John Barnes. Naomi Campbell rounds out an eccentric collection of guests, while Dido provides the music, ahead of her first tour in 15 years. Gwilym Mumford

Film choice

The Love Witch, 11.40pm, Film4

The Love Witch.
A lurid pastiche of a 60s horror movie ... The Love Witch. Photograph: dietl/PR company handout

Anna Biller’s lurid pastiche of 60s horror films comes across like a Hammer treatment of that old TV comedy Bewitched. But instead of nose-twitching Samantha, there is Samantha Robinson’s raven-haired witch Elaine, in search of the perfect man and leaving a trail of heartbroken and dead beaux in her wake. Paul Howlett

Today’s best live sport

Six Nations Rugby Union: Scotland v Wales, 2pm, BBC One Wales chase a grand slam. England v Italy is at 4pm on ITV.

Premier League Football: Manchester City v Watford, 5pm, BT Sport 1 Crystal Palace v Brighton is at 12noon on Sky Sports Main Event.

PGA Tour Golf, 5.30pm, Sky Sports Golf The Arnold Palmer Invitational.

Contributors

David Stubbs, Gwilym Mumford, Ellen E Jones, Graeme Virtue and Paul Howlett

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