There's a slimmed-down Strictly with Robert Webb and Ugo Monye ruled out, Elton John is Jools Holland’s guest on Later, and Phillip Schofield returns with a charity special edition of The Cube . . .

Pick of the Day

Strictly Come Dancing, 7.00pm, BBC One

The competition continues for the remaining couples tonight as Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present another spectacular night of dance live from the Strictly Ballroom.

But the show’s down a few bodies this time around.

Katie McGlynn will not be among the hopefuls after being voted off last week, and nor will Robert Webb (above). The comedy actor has withdrawn from the competition due to ill health.

Even more bad news emerged on Friday when back problems ruled Ugo Monye out of this week’s show.

Don’t Miss

Later - with Jools Holland, 9.30pm, BBC Two

Elton John (below) chats about his new album The Lockdown Sessions, which sees him team up with Dua Lipa, Charlie Puth and Stevie Wonder among others.

He also chooses favourite performances from the Later archives by artists including Christine and the Queens and Glen Campbell.

North Shields singer-songwriter Sam Fender plays a track from his second album Seventeen Going Under, and Birmingham-raised, Zimbabwe-born singer Sipho showcases a track from his debut EP And God Said.

New or Returning Shows

The Cube for Soccer Aid, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

Phillip Schofield (above) hosts a special charity edition of the game show, with Olly Murs and Joel Dommett, and Ore and Portia Oduba attempting to win £250,000 for Unicef.

Both celebrity pairs come under intense pressure as they face a series of new and classic Cube games that put their skills to the ultimate test.

Michael X: Hustler, Revolutionary, Outlaw, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries

Streaming on NOW

This is the untold story of the rise and fall of Michael X - otherwise known as Michael De Freitas or Michael Abdul Malik - who was once heralded as the UK’s answer to Malcolm X.

With insider testimony from those who knew him and unseen archive footage, the documentary re-evaluates this divisive historical figure who spent the end of his days on death row until he was eventually executed by signed order of the Queen (below).

Exploring a defining period of modern British history, it unravels Michael’s childhood in Trinidad, the genesis of the British Black Power Movement.

It covers the intoxicating days of counterculture and Notting Hill Carnival, before he returned to the Caribbean where he was tried and convicted of murder.

A Year in the Ice: The Arctic Drift, 6.30pm, Channel 4

Documentary following a pioneering scientific expedition into the Arctic Circle to recover previously unattainable data on the effects of climate change now and in the future.

In one of the harshest environments on the planet, the team braves the brutal Arctic winter to search for answers locked within the sea ice, ocean and atmosphere.

That information will allow them to understand for the first time how this landscape regulates temperatures across the globe.

New to Stream

Breaking News in Yuba County, Sky Cinema & NOW

There’s a starry female-led cast here including Oscar winner Allison Janney, Mila Kunis, Regina Hall, Awkwafina and Wanda Sykes.

The film tells the story of one woman who rises out of her underappreciated existence by spinning a tabloid-friendly lie.

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Recently widowed Sue Buttons (Janney), not entirely happy with her husband nor the circumstances surrounding his death, decides not to notify anyone that he is deceased, and instead reports him as missing.

The ensuing media coverage catapults her to celebrity status but brings her to the attention of a wannabe-mobster, a relentless cop, and her self-interested half-sister - all out to uncover the truth behind the lie.

Saturday Cinema

The Blind Side, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

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Fact-based drama, starring an Oscar-winning Sandra Bullock alongside Quinton Aaron and Tim McGraw.

A middle-class family take in a hulking homeless teenager, who has no education or skills to speak of.

The indomitable wife encourages him to turn his life around, helping him to get the grades he needs for a college scholarship to become an American football player.

Fifty Shades Darker, 9.45pm, RTÉ2

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Erotic drama sequel to Fifty Shades of Grey, starring Dakota Johnson, Jamie Dornan, Eric Johnson, Bella Heathcote and Rita Ora.

The bookish Anastasia Steele and damaged billionaire playboy Christian Grey continue their sado masochistic relationship, while their safety is threatened by strangers from his past.

While Christian wrestles with his inner demons, Anastasia must confront the anger and envy of the women who came before her.

Venom, 9.00pm, Channel 4

With the (hugely enjoyable) sequel just landed at cinemas, here’s the original Venom adventure, starring Tom Hardy and Riz Ahmed.

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While exploring space for new worlds, a probe belonging to the Life Foundation discovers a comet covered in symbiotic lifeforms.

Following the probe's return to Earth, journalist Eddie Brock investigates sinister trials being carried out by the corporation.

After being infected by an alien symbiote, develops superhuman strength and power.

Family Flick

Beauty and the Beast, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

Live action remake of the Disney animated fairytale, starring Emma Watson, Dan Stevens and Luke Evans.

A lot of the fun is provided by Ewan McGregor, Emma Thompson and Ian McKellen playing the Beast's entourage of living ornaments.

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A prince is transformed into a hideous monster as punishment for his selfishness, and can only regain his human form by finding true love.

Salvation comes in the form of a spirited village girl, who offers to take her father's place when he is imprisoned in the monster's castle.

But as romance blossoms between the unlikely pair, a jealous rival suitor only sees a beast to be slain.

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