There's a Freddie Mercury and Queen night on the Beeb, more from Last Singer Standing and Angela Scanlon's Ask Me Anything, Battle of the Christmas Lights and the final part of The Beatles: Get Back . . .

Pick of the Day

Freddie Mercury: The Final Act, 9.00pm, BBC Two

This is a documentary exploring the last years of the Queen front man's life, as well as following the preparations for the concert in his memory at Wembley Stadium in 1992.

The film features interviews with Mercury's bandmates Brian May and Roger Taylor, sister Kashmira Bulsara and friends Anita Dobson and David Wigg.

It also hears from those who performed at the gig, including Roger Daltrey, Joe Elliott, Lisa Stansfield and Paul Young.

Preceded by Queen at the BBC (8.00pm, BBC Two), a collection of TV appearances by the rock band from the station's archives, and followed by Queen: The Legendary 1975 Concert, (10.30pm, BBC Two), at London's Hammersmith Odeon on Christmas Eve 1975.

Don’t Miss

Last Singer Standing, 8.35pm, RTÉ One

Four new contestants are added to this week's line-up as they all battle it out against one another in a bid to make it to the grand final.

They are Micah (Miriam Carley, below) from Tipperary but living in Dublin and currently a secondary school teacher, as well as a vocal coach and a professional singer with various bands.

There’s Carl Connie Lingus from Belfast, who’s Belhis native city’s fast’s premier drag King, looking to rock the Last Singer Standing stage.

Also jolining in is Joe Geoghegan from Tallaght, Dublin. Joe works for Comans Wholesalers drinks company and is a non-drinking whiskey collector.

Finally there’s Patrick O’Sullivan from Cork, but living in London. He’s an actor and singer, who has plasyed a variety of stage roles, and is currently with The Book of Mormon in London.

Strictly Come Dancing, 6.55pm, BBC One

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present the contest, as the remaining couples return live to the Strictly Ballroom for another night of fantastic routines.

The final leg of the competition is approaching, and every dance has to be better than the last to guarantee a place in next week's Quarter Final line-up.

Angela Scanlon's Ask Me Anything, 10.10pm, RTÉ One

This week guests include Dáithí Ó Sé, who talks man spanx; smoking withdrawal symptoms; his feral upbringing; accidentally setting his mother's clothesline on fire, and memories of meeting his wife for the first time.

TV personality Gemma Collins chats about spending a small fortune on a steak dinner; how she hated every claustrophobic minute of Big Brother; evil ice rink spirits and how she'd love to marry Liam Neeson.

Actress Charlene McKenna spills the beans on her new boss Graham Norton; how she was Paul Mescal's first Daisy in The Great Gatsby; and why wearing period costume is not conducive to eating pasta.

New or Returning Shows

Battle of the Christmas Lights, 7.00pm, Virgin Media One

Pitting two families together in a battle to make the best Christmas displays, from the tree to the festive dinner delights, all culminating in a contest to pull of the best outdoor llights display on their homes

WeWork: How to Lose $3b in Two Weeks, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries

Streaming on NOW

Here’s a documentary that chronicles the rise and fall of start-up darling, WeWork.

It was areal estate company whose eccentric CEO used an entrepreneurial culture, Kabbalah and free beer to trick millions of people and the world’s billionaires into believing shared office space could, literally, change the world.

Featuring exclusive interviews with WeWork insiders, former members and the best and brightest of the venture capital world, it captures the untold story behind the global headlines, delving deep into just how "We" got here.

New to Stream

The Beatles: Get Back Part 3, Disney+

Today’s the day the third and final part of Peter Jackson’s reappraisal of the footage that resulted in The Beatles’ Let It Be documentary.

Presumably, much of this closing episode will focus on the legendary gig the Fab Four played on the roof of their Apple offices on London’s Savile Row in 1969 - their last ever public performance.

Robin Robin, Netflix

This is a stop-motion Christmas musical special from Aardman.

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When her egg fortuitously rolls into a rubbish dump, Robin is raised by a loving family of mice.

As she grows up, her differences become more apparent. Robin sets off on the heist to end all heists to prove to her family that she can be a really good mouse - but ends up discovering who she really is.

Saturday Cinema

Parasite, 10.00pm, Channel 4

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Here’s a brilliant Oscar-winning South Korean satirical thriller, starring Kang-ho Song and Sun-kyun Lee.

A family living in poverty and getting by through an assortment of scams hatch a plan to infiltrate a wealthy household.

They trick their way into assorted domestic staff jobs - ruthlessly ousting the established servants and devising ways of making their naive but self-centred employers' luxurious home their own.

Family Flick

Jack Frost, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

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Here’s a fantasy drama, starring Michael Keaton, Kelly Preston, Joseph Cross and Mark Addy.

A rock musician who realises he is spending too much time away from his family is killed in a car accident while travelling home for the festive season.

The following year his spirit takes on the form of a snowman, made by his son, allowing them to spend one last Christmas together.

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