Strictly Come Dancing returns with a look-back special, there's the third BGT semi-final, plenty of Madness on Sky Arts, Pointless Celebrities and Australian drama Mystery Road . . .

Pick of the Day

Strictly Come Dancing, 7.30pm, BBC One

Ahead of the new season of the show, here's a look back at the incredible moments when Strictly went to Hollywood for the night.

Tess and Claudia are joined by the judges, the professional dancers and some special celebrity guests as they reminisce about the iconic, the weird and the wonderful memories from movie weeks across the years.

Relive the jaw-dropping routines, crazy costumes and amazing group dances of this much-loved theme week.

Here's Anton du Beke Puttin' on the Ritz:

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Britain's Got Talent, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

Ant and Dec host the third semi-final (how many can there be?) of this year's talent contest, welcoming back the acts that impressed the judges during the auditions episodes in the spring.

New or Returning Shows

Madness: Before and After, Sky Arts & NOW TV

Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of one of the UK’s most successful and popular bands, this intimate portrait of Madness was captured in 2019 as the group play three homecoming shows at Camden’s Roundhouse and a unique show at the Electric Ballroom.

One Man’s Madness, 10.30pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

This documentary tells the story of Madness saxophonist, songwriter/lyricist and founder, Lee Thompson.

Lee plays the parts of his family and friends in true Pythonesque style, alongside a soundtrack of classic Madness songs such as The Prince, Embarrassment, House Of Fun, Lovestruck and NW5.

The film follows Lee through his bonding with Mike Barson and Chrissy Boy Foreman over a shared love of graffiti, before meeting Suggs, Chas, Woody and Bedders and forming one of the UK’s most-loved bands.

Earth’s Tropical Islands, 8.00pm, BBC Two

Journey across the tropical island of Madagascar and explore the unique and incredible wildlife it has to offer - from its famed lemurs to chameleons.

As the oldest island on earth, life has had time to evolve, and there are now more unique plants and animals on Madagascar than any other island.

It was formed nearly 90 million years ago when a giant landmass split apart, and Madagascar was cast adrift from east Africa.

Pointless Celebrities, 8.40pm, BBC One

A special celebrity edition of the general knowledge quiz in which four teams try to come up with answers that no-one else could think of.

Presented by Alexander Armstrong and co-host Richard Osman (above), with contestants Patsy Kensit, Jake Canuso, Jenny Hanley, David Hamilton, Chris Jarvis, Pui Fan Lee, Andrea McLean and Linda Robson.

Mystery Road, 9.00pm, BBC Four

It’s season two of this Australian drama series featuring indigenous investigator Jay Swan, a mistrustful lawman.

In the opening episode, a decapitated corpse and drug-running bring taciturn detective Jay Swan to the remote, tight-lipped coastal community of Gideon.

Later, Jay suspects the trucking firm is tied to the drug trade, but the intervention of an ex-military businessman also proves intriguing.

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The Beach: Isolation in Paradise, 10.55pm, BBC Four

Alone, on a remote beach in Western Australia, one of the most beautiful yet brutal environments in the world, award-winning film director Warwick Thornton attempts to change his life.

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Playing with Fire, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

When fire superintendent Jake Carson (John Cena) and his team come to the rescue of three siblings in the path of a wildfire, they realise that no amount of training could prepare them for their most challenging job yet - babysitters.

Unable to locate the children’s parents, the firefighters have their lives, jobs and even their fire depot turned upside down and quickly learn that kids - much like fires - are wild and unpredictable.

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Family Flick

The Jungle Book, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

Here’s the 2016 version of the Disney adventure, starring Neel Sethi, with the voice of Bill Murray as Baloo.

You must know the story by now: a boy raised by animals in the jungle tries to escape a fierce tiger with a grudge against humans.

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