Here are our TV picks for 27 December.
A Question of Sport at 50
BBC One, 8.30pm
This one-off documentary explores how A Question of Sport has evolved over the past 50 years into a primetime TV hit.
A Question of Sport at 50 looks back through the 1200 plus episodes of the longest-running sports quiz show in the world to celebrate its 50th year on television.
Familiar faces and previous guests including Matt Dawson, Phil Tufnell, Alan Shearer, Jessica Ennis-Hill, Gary Lineker, Denise Lewis and Alex Scott share their memories of the show and experiences with hosts David Vine, David Coleman and current host Sue Barker.
The Decade the Music Died
Sky Arts, 9pm
This decade has seen the world lose some of the biggest legends in music, including George Michael, Aretha Franklin, Amy Winehouse, Whitney Houston, David Bowie and Prince.
This one off tribute to the great musicians the world has lost in recent years looks at those who made a considerable impact to music and celebrates the music of those we lost this decade.
Richard Osman’s World Cup of the Decade
Channel 4, 9pm
Richard Osman presents this one-off special, celebrating the last ten years of film, TV, music, celebrity and more.
The presenter is joined by guests Jon Richardson, Lorraine Kelly, Alex Brooker and Rhianna Dhillon to discuss the best in the world of entertainment and crown the best in each category.
Most Shocking Celebrity Moments
Channel 5, 9pm
The annual entertainment countdown is back for another year, looking back at some of the most shocking celebrity moments of 2019.
From Wagatha Christie to Prince Harry and Meghan’s year in the media spotlight, the special looks at some of the most talked about stories from the past year, with commentary from celebrities such as James Argent, Wes Nelson, Vanessa Feltz and Amy Hart.