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THE JONATHAN ROSS SHOW

Tonight, ITV, 10.10pm

THE host is joined by Sir Michael Caine, who dis­cusses his role in this year’s Hat­ton Gar­den heist film King Of Thieves, as well as his re­cent mem­oir Blow­ing the Bloody Doors Off: And Other Les­sons in Life. Also on the sofa is co­me­dian and au­thor David Wal­liams, who will be ap­pear­ing on TV over the fes­tive sea­son in com­edy dra­mas The Queen and I and The Mid­night Gang. The line-up is com­pleted by TV pre­sen­ter Sue Perkins and Olympic gold medal-win­ning ath­lete Sir Mo Farah, while Ge­orge Ezra pro­vides the mu­sic.

I’M A CELEBRITY GET ME OUT OF HERE! FI­NAL

To­mor­row, ITV, 9pm GOSH, is it that time al­ready! For al­most three weeks we’ve en­joyed see­ing celebri­ties in­clud­ing Noel Ed­monds and for­mer foot­ball man­ager Harry Red­knapp down in­sect cock­tails; watched The Chase’s Ann talk about her autism, and seen soap stars tackle croc­o­dile’s un­men­tion­ables. Now it’s time for Dec and stand-in host Holly Wil­loughby to re­veal who the pub­lic have voted this year’s King or Queen of the Jun­gle. The newly crowned win­ner will then make an ap­pear­ance on ITV2 com­pan­ion show Ex­tra Camp.

NADIYA’S ASIAN ODYSSEY

Mon­day, BBC1, re­gions vary

NADIYA HUS­SAIN takes a trip to Nepal to learn more about its peo­ple, places and food in the fi­nal part of her ad­ven­ture to ex­plore her iden­tity. She be­gins in Kath­mandu, join­ing a sup­per club run by young food­ies who share the vastly var­ied cui­sine of their coun­try. Then Nadiya heads to the his­toric city of Bhak­ta­pur, which was dev­as­tated by

the earth­quake of 2015, and vis­its an abbey to meet nuns from a Bud­dhist sect who prac­tice kung fu and teach fe­male em­pow­er­ment.

THE ROYAL VA­RI­ETY PER­FOR­MANCE 2018

Tues­day, ITV, 7.30pm

THE an­nual event took place three weeks ago, so chances are you’re al­ready aware of what hap­pened and who wore what. Nev­er­the­less, there’s noth­ing quite like see­ing it all for your­self. Hosted by co­me­dian Greg Davies at the Lon­don Pal­la­dium, it’s packed full of amaz­ing per­for­mances and was at­tended by the Duke and Duchess of Sus­sex. Mu­si­cal

Jonathan Ross

Greg Davies

Nadiya with a dish for the Kath­mandu sup­per club

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