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The Masked Dancer

6:30 p.m., TVI

Another round of the objectively ridiculous celebrity guessing game sees Peter Crouch bring his dance expertise to the judging panel alongside Oti Mabuse, Davina McCall and Jonathan Ross. But who are the 12 mystery dancers sweating under those big hairy heads? Jack Seale

The Voice UK

8 p.m., TVI

Viewers may not reach the same level of excitement as Judge Tom Jones over the long-running talent show’s 11th season (“I’ve been waiting for this all year!”), but c has undeniably become a Saturday night staple. Jones joins fellow judges Anne-Marie, Olly Murs and will.i.am. In tonight’s first blind auditions, a couple who met in college tackle a classic Les Miserables. Hollie Richardson

Griff’s Canadian Adventure

9 p.m., Channel 4

Dr Gordon Giesbrecht, aka Professor Popsicle, advises Griff Rhys Jones on sub-zero survival methods tonight as he ventures into the town of Churchill – the polar bear capital of the world. Despite the bears’ cute appearance, one local jokes, “You should never sneak up on things that sneak up on things. Danielle DeWolfe

state of happiness

9 p.m., BBC Four

The second season of Norway’s low-key Dallas – set in a fishing village turned ’70s oil boom town – continues with another sleek, soapy doubleheader. Anna is stressed about her first world oil conference in Stavanger, but divers Christian and Martin relax the delegates with high-pitched helium larks. Graeme Virtue

The secrets she keeps

9:20 p.m., BBC One

The high tension is palpable throughout this typically dark episode of the Aussie thriller – and no one is spared at the end. Lorelei receives a restraining order, pregnant Agatha coughs up blood in the prison hospital, and Meghan and Jack’s marriage is in tatters. HOUR

Roxy Music and Bryan Ferry at the BBC

9:30 p.m., BBC 2

The Beeb is digging deep into the archives again, this time grabbing everything that captured Roxy Music founder Bryan Ferry doing his thing over the years. Going back to the 70s, fans can relive his band’s brand of sophisticated cool, then move on to his solo work. Expect hits such as Do the Strand, Slave to Love, In Every Dream Home a Heartache and More Than This. HOUR

Choice of movies

Color out of space9 p.m., C.M.A.

Richard Stanley’s psychedelic sci-fi merges an HP Lovecraft story with classic body horror society – then throws Nicolas Cage into the mix to guarantee mayhem. He plays an alpaca farmer whose life, along with that of his wife and two teenage boys, becomes increasingly nightmarish after a mysterious glowing meteorite crashes into his backyard. Its sickly magenta-violet emanations infect earth, water, flora and fauna, leading to visions, violence and madness. Cage is loose cannon but it fits perfectly into a gloriously hallucinatory experience. Simon Wardel

Live sports

Premier League Football: Everton v Liverpool, 11.30am, BT Sport 1 At Goodison Park. Followed by Aston Villa v Man City at 5pm on Sky Sports Premier League.

Cycling: Vuelta a España, 1:30 p.m., Eurosport 1 Stage 14 from Montoro to Sierra de La Pandera. Coverage continues throughout the week.

Cricket: The Hundred, 2:30 p.m., BBC Two The women’s final at Lord’s. The men’s final will follow at 6 p.m.

Women’s International Football: Austria v England, 4 p.m., ITV A World Cup Group D qualifier at Stadion Wiener Neustadt.

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