The Kate Bush Story: Running Up That Hill 11pm, BBC Four
Arepeat for this fine (if too-short) 2014 portrait, covering Bush’s career from the ethereal teen of “The Man With The Child In His Eyes,” to the ethereal woman of 2011’s 50 Words For Snow album. The lack of narrator adds to the film; instead of being led, we follow Bush’s path through archive interviews and performances, and the words of contributors who all seem genuine about how much her music has touched them, including collaborators like Peter Gabriel and David Gilmour, and spiritual descendants like Natasha Khan (Bat For Lashes) and Annie Clark (St. Vincent). Elsewhere come Tricky, Neil Gaiman and Steve Coogan, whose legendary Alan Partridge Bush medley is given due respect. (Kate is a fan.) It’s followed by the compilation Kate Bush At The BBC (12 midnight).