'The Beatles: Get Back', 'I'm A Celebrity': The 5 best things on TV on Thursday, 25 November

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Thursday's TV highlights. (Disney+/ITV)
Thursday's TV highlights. (Disney+/ITV)

A new Beatles documentary gives Disney+ viewers the chance to relive the band in their prime with Peter Jackson's incredible restored footage showcase The Beatles: Get Back.

Tonight's visit to the I'm A Celebrity camp sees new arrivals Adam Woodyatt and Simon Gregson join the rest of the group on ITV.

Read more: Everything streaming on Disney+ this November

Find out who the winner of Channel 4's Handmade: Britain's Best Woodworker is tonight, while another profession doing amazing work with their hands is featured in BBC Two's Surgeons: At the Edge of Life.

Anyone struggling to face the cost of Christmas should tune in to ITV's The Martin Lewis Show: Live where the no-nonsense finance guru will be giving tips on how to approach the festive season.

The best things to watch on TV tonight, Thursday 25 November, 2021

The Beatles: Get Back - Disney+

The band's 1969 rooftop gig is brought to life. (Disney+)
The band's 1969 rooftop gig is brought to life. (Disney+)

Peter Jackson's acclaimed First World War documentary They Shall Not Grow Old made stunning use of restored historical footage, and now he's done the same for The Beatles.

Sharpening up recordings of the band recording their 1970 album Let It Be, it brings the moment in musical history to life, including their famous 1969 rooftop concert.

Read more: The Beatles: Get Back - a mammoth trip down memory lane not to be missed

The six-hour documentary spans three episodes and begins tonight.

I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! - ITV - 9pm

Two new campmates enter the castle. (ITV)
Two new campmates enter the castle. (ITV)

Last night saw the two camps combine into one, and tonight's episode introduces two late arrivals who will complete the line-up.

Adam Woodyatt and Simon Gregson will surprise their co-stars at a trial the rest of the group have been invited to watch, but how will they settle in?

Read more: Susanna Reid sends get well wishes to hospitalised campmate Richard Madeley

The episode is also expected to include an update on Richard Madeley's health after he had to leave camp for hospital overnight.

Handmade: Britain's Best Woodworker - Channel 4 - 8pm

The final challenge is the toughest yet. (Channel 4)
The final challenge is the toughest yet. (Channel 4)

Bake Off isn't the only Channel 4 skill show to name its winner this week, as we also see the final of Handmade: Britain's Best Woodworker.

The contestants are given two days to create their final piece, towering garden buildings, before hearing who the champion will be.

The Martin Lewis Money Show: Live - ITV - 8pm

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Martin Lewis explains how to avoid a costly Christmas. (ITV)

As Christmas approaches, many of us are feeling the financial pressure - but here to help out is financial expert Martin Lewis who has some strong views on how to slash the cost of the festive season.

He'll be giving tips on managing Christmas budgets as well as flagging up some of the best Black Friday deals.

Surgeons: At the Edge of Life - BBC Two - 9pm

The surgeons take on a tricky case. (Dragonfly)
The surgeons take on a tricky case. (Dragonfly)

The fascinating but tough-to-watch documentary includes some nail-biting scenes tonight that are only for the strong of stomach.

One surgeon operates on a 30-year-old woman's rare tumour on the airway leading to her lung, which sits worryingly close to one of the biggest blood vessels in the body.

Watch: Noel Gallagher was embarrassed by Oasis being compared to The Beatles

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