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Eurovision Song Contest 2022

8 p.m., BBC One

Uber-camp fun hits Turin this year, where Sam Ryder is hoping to earn at least one point (please!) in the UK with Space Man – a surprisingly good piece of falsetto pop. As usual, Graham Norton will be on hand with plenty of sarcastic remarks on an evening when – for once – the UK is one of the bookmakers’ favourites. The event also creates an opportunity to stand alongside Ukraine, whose participant Kalush Orchestra will perform Stefania – another banger, with rap and a flute solo. Hollie Richardson

England has an incredible talent

8 p.m., TVI

Even more hopefuls are auditioning for Amanda, Alesha, David and Simon to secure a spot in the live semi-finals. Will we see another of the judges’ Golden Moments, where unsuspecting acts are invited to audition? Henry Wong

Devon and Cornwall: farming lives

8:15 p.m., Channel 4

The celebration of the coastal areas of South West England continues, this time telling the stories of people who work the land. Steve at Lanlivery shows his vodka distillery, which uses homemade potatoes. And on the Dartington estate in Devon, Jon is trying to make goat’s milk ice cream. HOUR

beck

9 p.m., BBC Four

What connects a boozy school reunion for brooding Detective Josef to a grisly corpse strapped to a tree with a cargo belt? As more and more bodies pile up, it becomes a tangled enough affair to entice recovering top cop Beck away from his spring barbecue in another tasty episode of Swedish procedural. for a long time. Graeme Virtue

Toe-to-toe and wires:
Secrets and Scandals

9:20 p.m., Channel 5

Clips and commentators revisit one of the great sitcoms, busting myths about Harry H Corbett and Wilfrid Brambell’s supposed mutual animosity and celebrating how the two stars set a template for the comedy underlined with the deepest pathos and the darkest. Brambell’s private life explains the Scandals part. Jack Seale

Later… With Jools Holland

9:55 p.m., BBC 2

Look who’s back, and he’s in a new place – Alexandra Palace Theatre. Jools’ first guests are successful indie rockers Wet Leg, Nigerian artist Obongjayar, blues guitarist Joe Bonamassa and up-and-coming Streatham-born singer Cat Burns. HOUR

Choice of movies

Drag me to hell 10 p.m., BBC 3

Drag Me To Hell on BBC Three. Photo: Universal Pictures/Allstar

Cleverly timed to lift the spirits of anyone who was let down by his Doctor Strange movie, this horror depicts Sam Raimi tugging at all of his dumbest impulses. The story, not that there are many of them, follows a young woman fending off a curse that threatens to torture her for three days before – it’s true – drags her to hell. But you’re not watching a Raimi horror for the plot. You look up to it for all the joyous, whiplash-inducing elan and laughter-inducing inventiveness. This film is a roller coaster ride. Outside of the Evil Dead movies, Raimi has never looked so good. Stuart Legacy

Live Sports

Newbury Race, 1:15 p.m., TVI Live broadcast, Lockinge Stakes (Group 1) class 1 at 3.20pm.

Rugby Union Championship Cup: Leinster v Toulouse, 2:45 p.m., BT Sports 1 The first semi-final at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. Racing 92 v La Rochelle (second semi-final) at Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens, it’s Sunday, 2:30 p.m., BT Sport 2.

FA Cup Football: Liverpool v Chelsea, 4 p.m., BBC One & 3:45 p.m., ITV The final at Wembley Stadium. The Women’s FA Cup final, Chelsea v Man City, is on Sunday at 1.50pm. The final at Wembley Stadium. The Women’s FA Cup final, Chelsea v Man City, is on Sunday at 1.50pm.

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