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Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Mu­sic of the Bee Gees / 8:00pm (13) One of the most suc­cess­ful groups in mu­sic his­tory gets a tune­ful trib­ute — with sur­viv­ing mem­ber Barry Gibb on hand — in this new spe­cial, cov­er­ing not only the phe­nom­e­nally suc­cess­ful “Satur­day Night Fever” movie sound­track but also the three broth­ers’ other hits from the ’60s, ’70s and ’80s.

Call the Mid­wife / 8:00pm (22) 12:00am (22) 3:00am (22) 8:00pm (26.4) Sis­ter Ur­sula’s (Har­riet Wal­ter) in­sis­tence on strict ad­her­ence to her new pro­ce­dures ul­ti­mately back­fires on her — and threat­ens the life of a new­born — in the new “Episode 3” of the drama’s Sea­son 6. The ma­ter­nity home in gen­eral may be in jeop­ardy un­der re­vised plans for the hospi­tal, as crises im­pact the in­spec­tion of the site.

The White Princess / 8:00pm (Starz) 9:00pm (Starz) 10:01pm (Starz) This new se­quel to the Emmy-nom­i­nated 2013 minis­eries “The White Queen” charts the 15th-cen­tury union of El­iz­a­beth of York (Jodie Comer, “Doc­tor Fos­ter”) and King Henry VII (Aus­tralian new­comer Ja­cob Collins-Levy), a mar­riage in­tended to unite po­lit­i­cally un­sta­ble Eng­land. There’s lit­tle chance of that hap­pen­ing, how­ever: El­iz­a­beth’s brother Prince Richard (Pa­trick Gib­son) is plan­ning to re­claim his right­ful throne.

Bev­erly Hills Dog Show / 8:00pm (USA) John O’Hur­ley and vet­eran dog show judge David Frei co­host this in­au­gu­ral pa­rade of pooches from the Fair­plex in Pomona, Calif. Olympic medal­ists Tara Lip­in­ski and Johnny Weir serve as cor­re­spon­dents on the red car­pet seg­ment of the two-hour spe­cial, while sports icon Mary Car­illo re­ports from the judg­ing ring it­self. Lisa Van­der­pump from “The Real Housewives of Bev­erly Hills” and “Van­der­pump Rules” pre­sents the best in show award.

Barry Gibb ap­pears in “Stayin’ Alive: A Grammy Salute to the Mu­sic of the Bee Gees” on CBS.

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