Top TV picks: 28th December

Top TV picks: 28th December

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Sam (Emilia Fox), Teresa (Tanya Reynolds) and Gina (Dawn French) (Credit: Sky)
Sam (Emilia Fox), Teresa (Tanya Reynolds) and Gina (Dawn French) (Credit: Sky)

Today's TV picks include a look back at the past year, and a celebration of one of Britain's favourite boy bands.

Take That: We’ve Come a Long Way

BBC One, 7.00pm


Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald and Robbie Williams (Credit: BBC)

A one-off documentary that commemorates 30 years of one of the country’s longest-running boy bands, Take That.

Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald and occasional band member Robbie Williams share their favourite moments over the years.

With glimpses of the band’s preparations for their anniversary album, the documentary will feature video messages from Take That fans and also footage of the band spending time in studio with Bee Gees legend Barry Gibb.

 

Delicious

Sky One, 9.00pm


Sam (Emilia Fox) and Mason Elliot (Vincent Regan) (Credit: Sky)

Back for a third series, Gina (Dawn French) and Sam (Emilia Fox) enjoy the bliss of being joint owners of The Penrose hotel, but they face new competition from handsome restaurateur Mason Elliot (Vincent Regan).

New on the scene, Elliot is adamant to recruit Gina's cooking talents for his own gain and causes friction between partners in crime Gina and Sam, especially with Sam hoping to persuade Elliot to invest in a spa. 

Still providing commentary over his ex-wives’ antics is the long-dead Leo (Iain Glen), with his adopted daughter Teresa (Tanya Reynolds) returning from travelling in the Far East.

 

Rob Rinder’s Good Year, Bad Year

Channel 4, 10.00pm


Ed Balls, George Osborne, Deborah Frances-White, Clare Balding, David Baddiel, Tez Ilyas and Rob Rinder (Credit: Channel 4)

Daytime TV judge, Rob Rinder hosts an end-of-year-review show looking back at the biggest topics and funniest moments from the last 12 months.

Rinder will be joined by politician-turned-dancing star Ed Balls, comedian Deborah Frances-White, broadcaster and journalist Clare Balding and former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci.

In the post-Christmas haze, Rinder will be uncompromising in his analysis on the news stories trending in 2018, as well as the year’s most standout people.

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Today's TV picks include a look back at the past year, and a celebration of one of Britain's favourite boy bands.