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An Audience With Adele

Sunday, 7.25pm, ITV

Unless you’ve been living under a rock (fair enough, given the last two years), you’ll know that Adele is back with a new album. In this one-off concert at the London Palladium, the singer returns from LA to bask in some “hometown glory” for the night. She belts out sure-to-be-huge hits such as Easy on Me, as well as the reliable classics (makeshift mics at the ready). But it’s those in between bits – sweary “Oh my god!” anecdotes, that mighty cackle, tearful moments of gratitude – that make Adele one of our very best. Taking questions from stars such as Stormzy and Alan Carr, she is also surrounded by family, friends and fans. Everyone is welcome at the Adele love-fest – so join in. Hollie Richardson

I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here!

9pm, ITV

Ant and Dec return with the 21st series of the reality series, based at Gwrych Castle in Conwy for a second time. The relocation didn’t seem to hinder the show’s popularity last year, so prepare for a fresh cohort of tormented celebrities, including Richard Madeley and Louise Minchin, to dominate screens and social media for the next few weeks. HR

Doctor Who: Flux

6.20pm, BBC One

After some frenetic episodes, the Flux series throws old fans a bone with a set-up reminiscent of simpler, classic Who. The gang are in Devon in 1967, in a village where a weird professor (Kevin McNally) is up to something sinister. Plus, a modern-classic monster returns: eyes wide for the Weeping Angels. Jack Seale


9pm, BBC One

As the trial begins in the penultimate episode of this stylish whodunnit, duty solicitor Cleo attempts to mitigate the evidence rapidly stacking up against Talitha, and clashes with Talitha’s dad Damian over whether to call her as a witness. Meanwhile, Dhillon’s mum Meera sees her son in a new light after a damaging statement. Ali Catterall

Close to Me

9pm, Channel 4

One minute Jo is reconnecting with emotionally estranged husband Rob over fish and chips, the next she’s saying she wants to “cleave his head open” for secrets while he sleeps. Yes, there’s still much confusion in this juicy amnesia drama. But Jo’s latest flashbacks provide some shocking clarity. HR

Walter Presents: Partisan

11pm, Channel 4

Organic farming and Midsommar collide in a new Scandi thriller from Walter Presents. Newcomer Johnny (played by the brilliantly named Fares Fares) joins a gated agricultural community only to discover things are not as they seem. His first task? To dig a grave. Fans of the genre will know what to expect, though a jaunty soundtrack and striking visuals maintain the intrigue. Henry Wong

Film choice

Steve Jobs, Amazon Prime Video

Michael Fassbender plays Steve Jobs.
Michael Fassbender plays Steve Jobs. Photograph: Everett/REX Shutterstock

“Completely incompatible with anything.” What is true of the Apple Macintosh is also true of its designer, Steve Jobs, in Danny Boyle’s fascinating 2015 biopic of the computer magnate. Structured around three product launches – 1984 (Macintosh), 1988 (the NeXTcube, anyone?) and 1998 (iMac) – it exposes the insufferable yet visionary nature of Jobs through Aaron Sorkin’s rat-a-tat script and walk-and-talk dialogue. Michael Fassbender plays him with the right balance of self-preening and self-loathing, and Kate Winslet is also excellent as marketing executive Joanna Hoffman, acting as Jobs’s occasional conscience as he alienates friends, colleagues and his daughter. Simon Wardell

Live sport

Women’s Super League Football: Manchester United v Arsenal 12noon, BBC Two.
From Leigh Sports Village.
International Rugby Union: Ireland v Argentina 1.45pm, Channel 4.
From Aviva Stadium, Dublin.

Women’s International Rugby Union: England v USA 2.20pm, BBC Two. At Sixways Stadium in Worcester.

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