Bob Geldoff is the focus of a Late Late Show special, legendary US sitcom Seinfeld lands on Netflix, Dave Grohl's on The Graham Norton Show, there's music from James Bond and Billy Joel, while Judas & The Black Messiah arrives on Sky Cinema . . .

Pick of the Day

The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

This week's Late Late Show will celebrate the 70th birthday of rock star and philanthropist Bob Geldof.

The show will chronicle Bob's life achievements from his stellar career with The Boomtown Rats, to Live Aid, Band Aid and beyond.

Ryan Tubridy will be joined in-studio with Bob and his wife Jeanne, children Pixie and Tiger and sister Lynn.

Bob will receive a special birthday wish from President Michael D Higgins.

Also paying tribute on the night will be Mary Robinson, The Boomtown Rats, Midge Ure, Andrea Corr, Imelda May and many more.

There will also be special contributions from Bob’s illustrious friends across the world of entertainment and beyond including former Beatle Ringo Starr (above), Sting, and Van Morrison.

Don't Miss

Seinfeld, Netflix

It’s been elsewhere - the RTÉ Player, All4, my DVD collection – but in global terms there’s no reach like a Netflix reach for Seinfeld, the greatest sitcom ever made.

Sure, the early (but still impressive) episodes show growing pains and the latter, post-Larry David seasons get a little surreal for some, but this core body of work is nothing less than remarkable, often groundbreaking and always on the money.

The show about nothing, the learn-nothing, no-hugging, self-obsession of it all may be initially off-putting, but eventually the reality of Seinfeld kicks in and must be embraced.

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You may want to be Chandler or Rachel from Friends, but the sad reality is that you're more likely George or Elaine from Seinfeld.

No comedy has ever been funnier, smarter or truer to the human condition.

This is us, warts 'n’ nothin' else.

The Graham Norton Show, 10.35pm, BBC One

This week Graham catches up with former Nirvana drummer and Foo Fighters front-man Dave Grohl (below).

Also in for a chat are Paralympic double-gold-medallist Kadeena Cox, pop star and kitchen disco queen Sophie Ellis-Bextor and comedy actor Greg Davies, who's been popping up everywhere lately.

Plus, music from Jack Savoretti and Nile Rodgers, performing Who's Hurting Who from Jack's current album.

. . . Sings Bond, 7.00pm, BBC Four

Love these compilation shows from the Beeb – they're always worth a look, no matter whether you’re 19 or 90.

This is a selection of performances of the Bond theme tunes across the years, including Adele (below) performing Skyfall and archive clips including Shirley Bassey's definitive version of Diamonds Are Forever.

Also there’s Tina Turner singing GoldenEye, Tom Jones on Thunderball and Matt Monro crooning From Russia with Love. Plus, hits by Fun Lovin' Criminals, Sheena Easton, Lulu, Garbage, a-ha and others.

The Old Grey Whistle Test: Billy Joel in Concert, 11.30pm, BBC Four

Here’s one for our Laura Delaney’s dad, who's a big Billy Joel fan.

It’s a1978 performance in which the American singer-songwriter performs tunes from his celebrated album The Stranger, including Movin' Out (Anthony's Song), Just the Way You Are and Only the Good Die Young. Introduced by legendary Whistle Test presenter 'Whispering' Bob Harris.

New or Returning Shows

Richard Osman’s House of Games Night, 8.30pm, BBC One

Ed Gamble, Sian Gibson, Dara O'Briain and Sindhu Vee go head to head testing their general knowledge skills in a variety of fun trivia-based games.

Host Richard Osman (below) has some surprises up his sleeve, including a House of Games House Band, led by David O'Doherty.

A weekly winner is declared following a quick-fire round at the end of each show as the scores are tallied across the series resulting in an overall champion being crowned at the end.

New to Stream

Judas & The Black Messiah, Sky Cinema & NOW

An Oscar-nominated dramatisation of real-life events, this is a triumphant condemnation of racial injustice with knockout performances from stars Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield.

FBI informant William O'Neal (Stanfield) infiltrates the Illinois Black Panther Party and is tasked with keeping tabs on their charismatic leader, Chairman Fred Hampton (Kaluuya in an Oscar-winning role).

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A career thief, O'Neal revels in the danger of manipulating both his comrades and his handler, Special Agent Roy Mitchell (Jesse Plemons).

Hampton's political prowess grows just as he's falling in love with fellow revolutionary Deborah Johnson. Meanwhile, a battle wages for O'Neal's soul.

LEGO Star Wars: Terrifying Tales, Disney+

After the events of The Rise of Skywalker, Poe and BB-8 must make an emergency landing on the volcanic planet Mustafar.

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There they meet the greedy and conniving Graballa the Hutt who has purchased Darth Vader’s castle and is renovating it into the galaxy’s first all-inclusive Sith-inspired luxury hotel.

While waiting for his X-Wing to be repaired, Poe and co venture deep into the mysterious castle with Vader’s loyal servant, Vaneé, who shares three creepy stories linked to ancient artefacts and iconic villains from across all eand co ras of Star Wars.

Maid, Netflix

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Margaret Qualley,Andie MacDowell and Nick Robinson star in this gritty drama inspired by Stephanie Land's memoir Maid: Hard Work, Low pay and a Mother's Will to Survive.

After fleeing an abusive relationship, a young mother finds a job cleaning houses as she fights to provide for her child and build them a better future.

Diana: the Musical, Netflix

Haven’t we suffered enough?

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Here’s a soon to be Broadway musical starring Jeanna de Waal in the lead role of Diana Spencer aka Diana, Princess of Wales, 'as she struggles to endure a spotlight brighter than any the world had ever known'.

Bon Jovi keyboard player David Bryan composed the songs. Just sayin' . . .

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