Tonight's top telly includes Sheridan Smith hosting Musicals: The Greatest Show, the late night Super Bowl LV, After the Fires and the return of The Ranganation . . .

Pick of the Day

Musicals: The Greatest Show, 7.40pm, BBC One

London’s West End may be closed during these pandemic times, but tonight Sheridan Smith hosts a celebration of the world of musical theatre from the legendary London Palladium.

As well as presenting the show, she’ll also be joining Amanda Holden to perform I Know Him So Well from Chess.

There are also numbers from The Greatest Showman, Mamma Mia!, Hamilton, Hairspray, Funny Girl, The Phantom of the Opera and Dreamgirls, while international superstar Idina Menzel talks to West End legend Elaine Paige.

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Dancing on Ice, 6.00pm, Virgin Media One

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Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby welcome the remaining 10 celebrities and their professional partners.

They take on a variety of dance styles as they battle to stay in the competition.

Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean take to the ice for a performance and head up the ice panel, alongside Ashley Banjo and John Barrowman.

The Great, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Huzzah! This fact-juggling dramedy gets better by the week, with Nicholas Hoult an absolute hoot as the boyish Tsar Peter. Elle Fanning's no slouch either as his seditious spouse, Catherine.

After Peter's brush with death, Catherine doubts her abilities to lead a coup and puts the plan on hold.

But Peter has a new lease on life and is becoming open to Catherine's progressive ideas.

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New or Returning Shows

Super Bowl LV, 10.00pm, Sky Sports Main Event/Sky Sports NFL & NOW TV/11.30pm, BBC One

The biggest sporting event to come out of the United States (and certainly the most hyped), with all the pomp and pageantry that entails, lands on Sky Sports and BBC.

Taking place in Tampa, Florida, this will be the 55th annual set piece of the NFL calendar, and sees the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

And if the hard-hitting action isn’t your thing, you’ll still want to check out the always spectacular halftime show, this year headed by The Weeknd. They say it’s going to be worth staying up for, but I’m in work at 7am on Monday so no chance.

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The Ranganation, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Romesh Ranganathan returns to host a topical comedy show, joined virtually by a diverse group of 20 members of the public.

They’re drawn from all walks of life, and are invited to share their thoughts on the state of modern Britain today.

Romesh and his outspoken and passionate focus group will be joined in the studio by a selection of celebrity guests.

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Afeared, 10.30pm, BBC Two

David Hume and Darren Gibson investigate the life of Alexander Colvill of Galgorm Castle, a 17th-century clergyman who was accused of practising witchcraft.

Deliver Us, 11.05pm, Channel 4

The latest from the quality Walter Presents stable is a crime drama, starring Claus Riis Ostergaard, in Danish with English subtitles.

Five citizens of a small town decide to join forces to rid the town of Mike, a local who is ruining everyone's lives.

But they soon realise that once you start playing God, it's easy to end up as the Devil.

After the Fires, 8.00pm, Sky Nature & NOW TV

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In 2020, Australia went up in flames. The scale and intensity of this event signified an undeniable new phase in the global climate crisis.

For Australia’s wildlife, who have adapted to severities of weather, it was cataclysmic. And for those who did survive, the real challenge only now begins.

Fortunately hope prevails as communities work to rebuild landscapes and preserve natural habitats and human intervention presents a vital lifeline as measures are taken to restock wild populations.

Sunday Night Flick

Catch Me If You Can, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

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Steven Spielberg’s fact-based drama, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hanks, is a stylish affair based on the life of Frank Abagnale, who, before he was 19, performed cons worth millions of dollars.

A s he lies his way across America, posing as a pilot, a doctor and a lawyer, young Abignale (Leo, of course) is outwitting Hanks’ FBI guy at every turn. Hence the title . . .

Ending Tonight

Quiz, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

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It’s the final episode of this excellent Matthew Macfadyen and Sian Clifford-starring drama about a real-life cheating contestant on TV quiz show Who Wants to be a Millionare?

Charles, Diana and Tecwen head to court and - as the case for the defence gets underway - the jury learn that there is more to the story than they first thought.

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