TV tonight: relive Fatboy Slim’s infamous Brighton rave that made music history
Right Here, Right Now
10pm, Sky Documentaries
Norman Cook (AKA Fatboy Slim) leads this documentary about what happened when quarter of a million people descended on Brighton beach for his show in 2002. If you’re looking for the next Fyre Festival or Woodstock ‘99, this isn’t it – nothing more terrible than a man falling through a Portaloo happens. But it’s a great excuse to retrace Brighton’s thriving club scene and relive what looked like a damn good time with John Sim, Carl Cox, Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and a whole bunch of ravers. HR
Michael McIntyre’s Big Show
6.50pm, BBC One
Britain’s most-beloved – or at least richest – comedian is back in London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane for an evening of boisterous audience interaction and gentle celebrity teasing. Scottish pop star Lewis Capaldi is the latest to hand over his phone to play Send To All and one football fan’s dream is about to come true. Ellen E Jones
That’s My Jam
7.50pm, BBC One
More musical quizzes and karaoke-offs under the exuberant eyes and ears of host Mo Gilligan. It’s something of a workplace-themed show tonight, as Chrishell Stause and Mary Fitzgerald from Selling Sunset face down a couple of familiar-looking paper pushers in the shape of Lucy Davis and David Koechner from The Office (both versions). Ali Catterall
Roy Orbison at the BBC
8.50pm, BBC Two
The distinctive vocals of original rock’n’roller Roy Orbison are celebrated with this revisit to his best sunglasses-clad performances of hits such as Only the Lonely, In Dreams and Oh, Pretty Woman. Stick around to watch a night of Orbison documentaries. HR
North Sea Connection
9pm, BBC Four
Set against the rugged Galway coastline, this atmospheric crime thriller opens with Ciara fighting to keep her family’s fishing business going. When her ambitious brother Aidan gets caught up in a drug run for the Nordic cartel, their lives are turned upside down. HR
The John Bishop Show
John Bishop has developed a neat line in post-watershed patter and an easy rapport with his guests. Leading tonight’s line-up is this year’s Bafta film awards host Richard E Grant, who’s equally moving and witty whether he’s talking about grief or gratitude. Hannah Verdier
Cricket: Big Bash League Final, 7.30am, Sky Sports Main Event Perth Scorchers aim to double up on last year’s win.
Women’s Super League Football: Leicester v Man City, 11am, Sky Sports Premier League At King Power Stadium. Followed by Tottenham v Chelsea at 12.15pm on BBC Two tomorrow.
Premier League Football: Everton v Arsenal, 11.30am, BT Sport 1 At Goodison Park. Followed by Newcastle v West Ham at 5pm on Sky Sports Main Event.
Racing: Sandown, 1pm, ITV1 With coverage from races at Wetherby and Musselburgh too.
Six Nations Rugby: England v Scotland, 4pm, ITV1 Owen Farrell captains the England team on the first day of the tournament. Preceded by the Wales v Ireland opening match at 1.15pm on BBC One. Italy play France at 2.15pm on ITV1 tomorrow.