BEST OF THE REST
THE GRAHAM NORTON SHOW BBC1, 10.40pm
ONE of the biggest (literally and metaphorically) stars in Hollywood joins Graham on his sofa tonight, in the gigantic guise of Dwayne ‘the Rock’ Johnson. The mighty man mountain is joined by his comic cohort and teeny co-star Kevin Hart, to discuss their new sequel movie Jumanji: The Next Level.
And hopefully after they’ve talked about that, Graham will be able to convince Dwayne to run for president at some point in the future.
Returning to the sofa to talk about the imminent return of Doctor Who is Jodie Whittaker. Also joining them is national treasure and former Monty Python star Michael Palin, whose latest travel book is all about the journeys through North Korea.
THE BBC PRIME MINISTERIAL DEBATE BBC1, 8.30pm
THIS time next week it’ll all be over and we will/should finally/hopefully know who’s going to attempt to navigate our country through the next few years.
So, have you decided who you’re going to vote for yet? Who knows how much influence and effect these TV debates actually have. It seems to be a bit of an Americanised thing that we always managed fine without in years gone by, but here we are.
It can at least give people a bit of fun on Twitter. Once again Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn will go head to head in a leadership debate – probably the last time they’ll meet before polling day – chaired by Nick Robinson.
Face to face for a final TV debate
Or is it the little and large show?