The footballer reflects on the incident with John Terry in 2011 and the recent rise in racism in the game. Plus: Seduction with Culinary Skills and The Undoing closes. Here’s what you should see tonight:
After a high profile portrayal of alleged racial abuse on the pitch during the game against former English captain John Terry in 2011, footballer Anton Ferdinand now shows in this surprising documentary why racism has been on the rise in recent years. Ferdinand speaks for the first time about the impact the incident has had on his life and career, including the ongoing online abuse, and also meets other footballers affected. AK
Dinner Date meets Ready Steady Cook in this reality dating series from Scarlett Moffatt. Three applicants stand a chance of winning a date with a single foodie if they can beat their rivals to make the most delicious food out of their boxes of identical ingredients. Tonight the hopefuls are trying to peel crabs. AK
The speed of action on this series shadowing the Royal Free NHS Trust amid Covid adds even more tension as viewers know things won’t get much better in the near future. In early fall, Barnet Hospital’s A&E fills up, but a chronic bed shortage persists. What can be done GV
Boris says he is « confident » that we can « have as normal a Christmas as possible ». . But what about the Windsors? How are they going to do without their regular Norfolk Christmas? In his possible absence, here’s a look back at her royal festive knee-ups. AJC
Jonathan (Hugh Grant) takes a stand in his own defense while Grace (Nicole Kidman) is distracted by yet another dire possibility. The list of viable murder suspects is still long – everyone on the Upper East Side, apparently – but when this gripping series ends we should finally discover the real culprit. EEJ
Filmmaker Xavier Alford presents this deeply moving documentary about his experience with a rare, incurable neurological disease that will ultimately lead to paralysis. Alford faces a dire future and offers a close look at his condition. AK
The Duelists, 1. 4 p.m., Sky Cinema Greats Ridley Scott’s impressive debut from 1977, adapted from a Joseph Conrad story, shows Keith Carradine and a demonic Harvey Keitel as hussars mending each other in a series of duels of honor during the breaks in the Napoleonic Wars. It’s a brilliant story of obsession and macabre moral codes. PJH
Premiership Football, Leicester City v Fulham, 5 p.m., Sky Sports Main Event West Ham United v Aston Villa follows at 7 a.m.. 30 o’clock.
NFL: Philadelphia Eagles v Seattle Seahawks, 1 a.m., Sky Sports Main Event. Live from Lincoln Financial Field.
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