TV tonight: show time with Gary Barlow and pals

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Gary Barlow: I’m With the Band

10.45pm, BBC One

Take That frontman Gary Barlow spent much of his lockdown posting remotely-recorded duets to his YouTube series, the Crooner Sessions. Now he gets his musical pals together in real life for this variety show. Barlow leads the band on keys and vocals, while Jamie Cullum is on piano, James Bay plays guitar along with McFly’s Tom Fletcher and Mica Paris sings. The group is also joined by vocalists Anne-Marie and Craig David as they play through hits such as David’s 7 Days. Amma Kalia

Unreported World

7.30pm, Channel 4

Krishnan Guru-Murthy reports on the deepening homelessness crisis in New York, a situation only worsened by the pandemic. With more homeless people in the city now than at any point since the Great Depression, action is needed. But are some of the “solutions” only further entrenching inequality? Hannah J Davies

Once Were Brothers: Robbie Robertson and the Band

9pm, BBC Four

Robbie Robertson narrates the reams of archive footage from his group’s 1970s heyday in this documentary from Canadian filmmaker Daniel Roher, while famous fans such as Bruce Springsteen and Martin Scorsese recount their influence and craftsmanship. AK

Celebrity Gogglebox

9pm, Channel 4

Another series of celebs riffing off the week’s telly begins, with returning old favourites including Rylan Clark-Neal, Shaun Ryder and Bez, and Martin and Roman Kemp. Among those sitting on sofas previously unseen are Mel C, Lorraine Kelly and her daughter Rosie Smith, and Micah Richards and Jamie Carragher. Jack Seale

Domina

9pm, Sky Atlantic

The final two episodes of the grisly series chronicling the rise of Livia Drusilla, the most powerful Empress in Rome. While Primus is put on trial for mounting an illegal war, an impetuous Drusus is giving Livia conniptions. And Piso urges her to tell her sons about her mission to restore the Republic. Ali Catterall

Later... with Jools Holland

10pm, BBC Two

Forever ensconced behind the piano, Jools joins us from his south London home studio for another raid through the Later archives with a special guest. This week he is joined by Joan Armatrading, who talks through her five-decade-long career. Plus: a performance from Field Music. AK

Film choice

Zodiac (David Fincher, 2007) 11.20pm, BBC Two
David Fincher offers a grim, handsomely crafted thriller about the real-life case of a serial killer beginning in late-60s San Francisco. Leading the hunt are cocky cop Mark Ruffalo and cerebral newspaper cartoonist Jake Gyllenhaal, and it’s as much about the personal toll of their years-long quest as it is a detective story. Paul Howlett

Live sport

Cricket: England v New Zealand 10.15am, Sky Sports Cricket. Third day’s coverage of the first test in the series.

Golf: The Memorial Tournament 5pm, Sky Sports Golf. Second day’s coverage from Dublin, Ohio.

Rugby union: Sale Sharks v Harlequins 7pm, BT Sport 1. Premiership match from AJ Bell Stadium.

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