Tonight's top TV tips include The Late Late Show, Graham Norton, The Old Grey Whistle Test Story, Have I Got News For You, Thunder Force and Kim Cattrall's new show Filthy Rich . . .

Pick of the Day

The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One 

This week's show will celebrate the songs and lives of John Prine (below), Kenny Rogers, Charley Pride, Hal Ketchum, and Brian Coll.

Ryan Tubridy will be joined by Irish country stars including Cliona Hagan, Susan McCann, Declan Nerney, Robert Mizzell, and Michael English performing some of their greatest compositions in a rousing circle of friends country music studio session.

Friday's show will also feature the likes of rugby player CJ Stander, Smother star Dervla Kirwan, and golfer Padraig Harrington.

Don't Miss

The Graham Norton Show, 11.15pm, BBC One

Tom Cruise (below), Jennifer Connelly and Miles Teller join Graham to talk about the much-anticipated release of Top Gun: Maverick.

Felicity Jones discusses her romantic drama The Last Letter from Your Lover, Wunmi Mosaku chats about Bafta-nominated His House, and John Bishop promotes his tour Right Here, Right Now.

Plus, there's music from Years & Years - fronted by It's a Sin's Olly Alexander.

The Old Grey Whistle Test Story, 10.15pm, BBC Four

This repeat’s well worth a look if you’re a music fan.

Jo Brand narrates a history of the popular music show which ran from 1971 to 1987.

The documentary examines the music performed on the show, its rivals on other UK networks and exactly why presenter Bob Harris whispered.

Featuring contributions by the likes of Jarvis Cocker, Annie Nightingale and Jools Holland.

Followed by The Old Grey Whistle Test: '70s Gold at 10.55pm, which features archive performances from the likes of Elton John, David Bowie (below), Captain Beefheart, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Curtis Mayfield, and the New York Dolls.

New or Returning Shows

Have I Got News For You, 9.30pm, BBC One

On the return of the long-running satirical current affairs quiz, guest host David Tennant (above) and regular team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton are joined by comedian Jack Dee and journalist Helen Lewis to recap the events of the week.

Trip Hazard: My Great British Adventure, 8.30pm, Channel 4

Comedian Rosie Jones embarks on an adventure around Britain, gorging on culture, learning local traditions and witnessing unique sights.

In this first episode, Rosie takes TV presenter Scarlett Moffatt to the Lake District.

The duo visit the former home of William Wordsworth to seek inspiration for their own poetry, before re-enacting a Viking battle at Kendal Castle.

They also manage to survive a driving course on a 100-year-old traction engine, meet a historian to learn about the region's ancient cuisine and run into a spot of bother with a very old sausage-making machine.

Food Unwrapped, 8.00pm, Channel 4

In a very Italian opening episode, Helen Lawal heads to one of the world's biggest coffee factories to find out how instant cappuccinos get their froth.

Meanwhile, Matt Tebbutt is in Naples to discover why most tinned tomatoes come from Italy, while Kate Quilton embarks on a panettone odyssey across Europe to learn how the fluffy cake lasts so long.

New to Stream

Thunder Force, Netflix

In a world terrorised by supervillains, one woman has developed the process to give superpowers to regular people.

But when scientist Emily Stanton (Octavia Spencer) accidentally imbues her estranged best-friend Lydia (Melissa McCarthy) with incredible abilities, the two women must become the first superhero team.

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Now, it's up to Thunder Force to battle the super-powered Miscreants and save Chicago from the clutches of The King (Bobby Cannavale).

Cosmic Sin, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

Bruce Willis and Frank Grillo star in this sci-fi adventure set in the year 2524, four hundred years after humans started colonising the outer planets.

Retired Military General James Ford (Willis) is called back into service after soldiers on a remote planet are attacked by a hostile alien fleet.

The threat against the human race escalates into an inevitable interstellar war.

General Ford teams up with General Eron Ryle (Grillo) and a team of elite soldiers in a race to stop the imminent attack before it is too late.

Filthy Rich, Star on Disney+

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Former Sex and the City star Kim Cattrall heads the cast in this Southern Gothic family drama in which wealth, power and religion intersect with outrageously soapy results.

The Monreauxes are a mega-rich Southern family famed for creating a successful Christian television network.

On the cusp of launching a digital retail arm of the company, the family’s patriarch, Eugene, dies in a plane crash, leaving his wife, Margaret (Cattrall), to take charge of the family business.

Not surprisingly, Eugene’s apparent death greatly impacts the family, who are stunned to learn that Eugene fathered three illegitimate children, all of whom are written into his will.

Now, Margaret must use her business savvy and Southern charm to control her newly legitimized heirs, whose very existence threatens the Monreaux family name and fortune.

Them, Amazon Prime Video

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If you enjoyed the excellent Lovecraft County, this should be just the thing for you.

This anthology series explores terror in America, with the first season focusing on a Black family who leaves North Carolina for an all-white Los Angeles neighborhood during The Great Migration of the 1950s.

Their new, idyllic home becomes overwrought by malevolent forces that threaten to destroy them.

The show features Deborah Ayorinde, Ashley Thomas, Alison Pill, Shahadi Wright Joseph, Melody Hurd and Ryan Kwanten.

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