TELEVISION Times selects for tonight

 2018 Strictly Come Dancing hosts Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly with glittery background

What’’ s on telly tonight? Here the TELEVISION Times group of specialist customers highlight the very best programs on Saturday 6th October

.Strictly Come Dancing, 6.30 pm, BBC1.

Hooray for Hollywood, and Alleluia for Aljaž ž dressed up as a matinee idol (we can just hope). Yes, it’’ s Movie Week and the couples will be seeking to the silver screen for motivation, as they impress us with cinematic numbers. Fingers crossed for a nod to The Greatest Showman! And, fortunate us, it’’ s not simply the competitive dances we’’ ve got to eagerly anticipate: the pros will be putting a spell on us, too, as they carry out a homage to the Harry Potter movies. Film Week is constantly a reward, however felt confident the judges will still have their eyes peeled for footwork faults, and another couple will be sent out house tomorrow night … Rating: *****

.Eliminating Eve, 9.25 pm, BBC1.

Following recently’’ s disaster, secret representative Eve Polastri (Sandra Oh) remains in terrific psychological chaos, aware that the stakes are now even greater. Eve understands there’’ s work to be done, and when intelligence from Berlin exposes there’’ s a mole within MI5, Eve starts her very first monitoring operation in the English countryside. Cold-blooded killer Villanelle (Jodie Comer) is likewise in England, having actually been sent out on an objective to remove a member of British Intelligence. Could the target be Eve? With a face-off in between the set impending, next week’’ s episode is not to be missed out on! Score: ****

.My Favourite Sketch, 10pm, GOLD.

Comedian and starlet Jessica Hynes signs up with host Sally Phillips on tonight’’ s funny journey down memory lane. Jessica provides a fantastic choice of timeless clips, consisting of Victoria Wood and Julie Walters’ ’ iconic ‘ 2 soups ’ sketch– which never ever gets old –– plus badger the more surreal side, from The Fast Show and Reeves and Mortimer. If you require more laughs, Jason Manford selects his favourites in Friday’’ s edition. Ranking: ***

More sneak peeks tomorrow.

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