It's nearly a new year, but there is still plenty of great TV to watch in 2021. Here are our top picks.
Attenborough and the Mammoth Graveyard
BBC One, 8pm
Sir David Attenborough is teaming up with evolutionary biologist Ben Garrod and a team of investigators to explore a mammoth graveyard near Swindon.
Working on the theory that the Neanderthals might have killed the ice age beasts, a team will excavate the quarry where the mammoth bones were found to get a better understanding of our relationship with the ice age giant.
Keen amateur fossil hunters Sally and Neville Hollingworth first stumbled across the mammoth graveyard in a prehistoric riverbed off the Thames, with soil samples suggesting it dates back to over 215,000 years ago.
Alongside the bones, handmade stone tools were also found, which could offer a unique window into prehistoric Britain.
Celebrity I Literally Just Told You
Channel 4, 10pm
Jimmy Carr’s new quiz show I Literally Just Told You could see contestants win up to £25,000.
For the celebrity version Lorraine Kelly, Alex Horne, Aisling Bea and Asim Chaudhry will be competing for charity.
The twist is that contestants are given the answers before they hear the questions, with the questions being written live on the show.
Devised by former Blue Peter presenter Richard Bacon, contestants will need to use their general knowledge skills to accumulate as much cash as possible before putting their memory to the test to beat their competition.
The Great British Sewing Bee: Celebrity New Year Special
BBC One, 9pm
Hosted by Sara Pascoe, the celebrity version of the sewing competition will test the creative skills of a set of celebrities, judged by Esme Young and Patrick Grant.
Singer Claire Richards, Drag Race winner Lawrence Chaney, comedian Rose Matafeo and Newsnight’s Kirsty Wark will try to pull together festive waistcoats and transform old clothes into children’s party dresses, all vying for the winning trophy.