TV tonight: belt out pop anthems with this year’s Glastonbury legend Shania Twain

<span>Reel Stories: Shania Twain on BBC Two</span><span>Photograph: Sofi Adams/BBC/Ora Et Labora</span>
Reel Stories: Shania Twain on BBC TwoPhotograph: Sofi Adams/BBC/Ora Et Labora

Reel Stories: Shania Twain

9.20pm, BBC Two

Ahead of her legends spot at this year’s Glastonbury, Shania Twain takes Dermot O’Leary down memory lane – and reveals a moving life story. She recalls how Dolly Parton was her “first songwriting teacher”, she grew up with an abusive father, learned to play the guitar at nine years old, then started singing country on local stages and headed to Nashville. She went on to become a pop icon, and we see clips of the anthems we know and love. Hollie Richardson

Doctor Who

6.40pm, BBC One

Ncuti Gatwa finishes his first spectacular series as the Time Lord with this conclusion to the two-part finale. Things are not looking good for the Doctor, and world devastation is imminent – but can one woman save it? Sian Clifford and Anita Dobson guest star. HR

Isle of Wight Festival 2024

7pm, Sky Arts

Coverage of this weekend’s festival continues, with Pet Shop Boys, Prodigy and Green Day headlining. Saturday’s lineup also includes Blossoms, Feeder and Suede, while Sunday’s performances come from Nothing But Thieves, McFly and Simple Minds. And all to be enjoyed without having to use a wet wipe or put a tent up. HR

Doctor Who: Unleashed

7.35pm, BBC Three

Still reeling from the events of that explosive finale? You don’t have to wait for the Christmas special just yet, as Steffan Powell dives behind the scenes of Empire of Death and speaks with the cast to find out exactly how they pulled off that mega twist. Russell T Davies also teases fans with an exclusive clip from the next season. Kayleigh Dray

Jana: Marked for Life

9pm, BBC Four

The dark Swedish thriller reaches its double-bill climax. Embattled cop Jana Berzelius (Madeleine Martin) has problems on both the domestic and personal front. Her sister has thrown her out, while Mia is increasingly suspicious of her motives. But a discovery made by Henrik looks likely to blow the people-trafficking case wide open. Phil Harrison


9.25pm, BBC One

Finale time for this flinty new outing for the careworn Edinburgh cop from Ian Rankin’s bestsellers. Rebus (Richard Rankin) and his wayward ex-soldier brother have notorious gangster Ger Cafferty at their mercy in a remote lock-up. Are they going to put him out of his misery or is Rebus playing some deeper game? Graeme Virtue

Film choice

Black Barbie, out now, Netflix

Shondaland’s fascinating story of the creation and legacy of the first Black Barbie doll – which Mattel released 21 years after the white one – is also a parallel social history of 20th-century African American girlhood. Lagueria Davis’s deep-dive documentary ropes in an array of successful Black women – including Shonda Rhimes herself – and Black female pioneers in the toy industry to illuminate the slow progress towards representation. It also doesn’t shy away from the obstacles that still need to be overcome before the blond, blue-eyed Barbie is no longer the default. SW

Plan 9 from Outer Space

Saturday, 1pm, Talking Pictures TV

Probably the worst film you’ll watch this week, Ed Wood’s 1957 sci-fi horror is also a cult classic. Featuring Bela Lugosi’s final screen appearance before his death – though it’s actually repurposed footage from another unmade Wood picture – it’s a hilariously ambitious small-budget disaster. There are flying saucers, the undead and Lugosi (or his much taller double) inexplicably wandering around in his Dracula cape. The bad acting, wobbly sets, woeful continuity and cheap special effects only bolster its legend. SW

Sometimes I Think About Dying

Saturday, 2.35pm, 10pm, Sky Cinema Premiere

With her low-key role in Rachel Lambert’s sort-of romantic drama, Daisy Ridley found a part as far removed from Rey in Star Wars as it’s possible to get. She plays Fran, a drab, withdrawn office worker in an Oregon coastal town whose only sign of a richer emotional life is vivid daydreams about her own death. But when new colleague Robert (Dave Merheje) asks her out, she is forced to adjust her minimal expectations. A film whose seemingly inconsequential interactions add up to a heart-tugging character study. SW

Men’s Tennis


Sat, 1pm, BBC Two

The singles semi-finals.


Royal Ascot

Sat, 1.30pm, ITV1

The final day features the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at 3.45pm.

Women’s Premiership Rugby

Gloucester-Hartpury v

Bristol Bears

Sat, 2pm, TNT Sports 1

The final from Sandy Park, Exeter.