Star Wars spin-off The Mandalorian returns to Disney+, Jarvis Cocker is Jools Holland's guest on Later, The Late Late has Supervet Noel Furlong, there's some Sammy Davis Jr and Stevie Wonder, and Nick Frost heads the cast of Truth Seekers . . .

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The Mandalorian, Disney+

Where the Force did that year go to?

It feels like only a few weeks since season one arrived and now its the second coming of this Star Wars spin-off.

As the new run begins, The Mandalorian and the Child continue their journey, facing enemies and rallying allies as they make their way through a dangerous galaxy in the tumultuous era after the collapse of the Galactic Empire.

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The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

This week's guests include Supervet Noel Fitzpatrick (below), who will speak to Ryan about the life-changing event that happened to him earlier this year, while singer Daniel O'Donnell discusses the ongoing struggles facing the music industry in Ireland.

TV presenter Philip Schofield will tell Ryan about what prompted him to first speak about his sexuality on his morning breakfast show, and campaigner Catherine Corless will talk about the latest Mother and Baby Homes controversy.

Also on the show: presenter Cat Deeley will chat about life with her Irish husband, Patrick Kielty, and their decision to move back from the US to the UK after 14 years; Bernard O'Shea will offer up his experience of his mid-life crisis in the form "manopause", and chef Donal Skehan will recall his recent return to Ireland.


 

Later . . . with Jools Holland, 10.00pm, BBC Two

This week, Jools chats to Sheffield musician and broadcaster Jarvis Cocker about his musical journey so far, illustrated by a diverse selection of clips from the extensive Later . . . archive.

Cocker rose to fame as the frontman of Pulp, with whom he had two number 1 albums, Different Class and This Is Hardcore, winning the Mercury Prize for the former.

This year, he released the album Beyond the Pale, under the guise of JARV IS. The album"s seven tracks took shape on a work-in-progress tour of small clubs and unusual places.

The Witch, 12.15am, Channel 4

Horror fans should lap this up.

Anya Taylor-Joy, Ralph Ineson and Kate Dickie star in writer-director Robert Eggers' period horror.

In 1630s New England, a family is banished from their Puritan plantation for the father's assertion that the community fails to worship the Gospels as purely and faithfully as it should.

And so William (Ineson) and Katherine (Dickie) and their children Thomasin (Taylor-Joy), Caleb (Harvey Scrimshaw), Jonas (Lucas Dawson) and Mercy (Ellie Grainger) leave the fortified settlement to strike out on their own.

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New or Returning Shows

Stevie Wonder: a Musical History, 10.30pm, BBC Four

Well-known fans celebrate Stevie Wonder and his music by selecting some of his best-loved songs. Wonder is one of the dominant figures in American music, a multi-faceted genius whose music has permeated popular culture, and he is not short of celebrity fans. His musical achievements are lauded in this anthology of his greatest hits.

Contributors include actor Martin Freeman, singers Alexander O'Neal, James Morrison, Beverley Knight and Corinne Bailey Rae, New Order's Gillian Gilbert and Stephen Morris, DJs Ana Matronic, Trevor Nelson and Norman Jay, Heaven's 17's Glenn Gregory and Martyn Ware, journalist Sian Pattenden and presenter Emma Dabiri.

Sammy Davis Jr: I’ve Gotta Be Me, 8.45pm, PBS America

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Well worth a look, even if you never heard of the African-American singer, actor, dancer, and comedian, Sammy Davis Jr, who became a star at a time when the industry was almost completely white.

Through archival footage, stills, and interviews (including Jerry Lewis, Whoopi Goldberg and Billy Crystal) this documentary pays tribute to the legendary, multi-talented song-and-dance man.

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Truth Seekers, Amazon Prime Video

Nick Frost heads the cast of this comedy about a team of part-time paranormal investigators who use homemade instruments to track the supernatural, sharing their adventures online.

As their haunted stake outs become more terrifying they begin to uncover an unimaginable, apocalyptic conspiracy.

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Suburra: Season 3, Netflix

The final judgement in the battle for land in an Italian seaside town is close, and the criminals are ready to play the game for the last time.

Somebody Feed Phil: Season 4, Netflix

Everybody Loves Raymond creator Phil Rosenthal travels the globe to take in the local cuisine and culture of five new cities.

Rogue City/Bronx, Netflix

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A team of cops investigating the seedy underbelly of Marseille, France, find themselves in over their heads as they realise that some of their fellow officers may be deep in the pockets of the city’s gangs.

They risk losing their jobs - or worse - unless they can set things right.

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