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Sunday 19 August 2018

WAY OUT THERE

Doctor WhoBBC1, 7.10pm David Walliams guest stars as a peculiar mole-like alien called Gibbis. The inhabitants of the Tardis find themselves trapped in a 1980s-style hotel where nightmarish scenarios lurk behind every door.

BBC1, 7.10pm David Walliams guest stars as a peculiar mole-like alien called Gibbis. The inhabitants of the Tardis find themselves trapped in a 1980s-style hotel where nightmarish scenarios lurk behind every door.

Further exploration by the Doctor, Amy (Karen Gillan, left) and Rory throw up some sinister surprises, like moving walls and corridors that harbour deadly secrets.



TALKING THE TALK

The Jonathan Ross Show

UTV, 9pm The guests are very much in self-promotion mode tonight and Australian Hollywood actor Hugh Jackman leads the charge, plugging his latest blockbuster, Reel Steel. Comedian Peter Kay follows -- on to talk about his new book -- while QI host and Twitter fan Stephen Fry is not quite sure what to make of Wossy's wise-cracking.



ROUGH AND TUMBLE

Casualty

BBC1, 8.50pm Ruth and Jay's relationship is going through something of a rough patch of late. However, they rekindle their closeness while saving the life of a little boy who fell from a rope ladder.

Meanwhile, Lloyd is looking after a cantankerous patient who goes out of his way to be as difficult as possible!



last chance

The X Factor

UTV, TV3, 8pm This weekend it's the final two rounds of auditions (tonight and tomorrow) before the lucky 200 or so singers are shipped off to bootcamp where they'll be hoping to make the cut for the live finals.

The auditions end on a high note as there are one or two particularly jaw-dropping performances to look forward to.

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