The game show with ‘the biggest balls in the box’ returns tonight with the celebrity edition

Celebrity teams will face off as Celebrity Catchpoint returns tonight. The show airs on BBC1 at 6.45pm.

And no one but Paddy McGuinness could host this entertaining game show. The chaotic contest proudly claims the biggest balls in the box.

A BBC spokesperson said: “In this physical game show hosted by Paddy McGuinness, two teams of two compete to win thousands of pounds by answering questions and catching balls!” It seems simple enough…

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Two star teams will want to win big for charity tonight. But only one can bring home the catch of the day in the ultimate battle of brains and balls.

The new series kicks off as Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK’s Tia Kofi and The Vivienne, and Radio 1 DJs Scott Mills and Chris Stark chat about rubbing shoulders with the stars for what they hope will be a lucrative time with presenter Paddy.



Drag race star Tia Kofi

What else on TV tonight?

Romeo & Duo (ITV, 7 p.m.)

Proof, as if it were needed, that there really is no format the dating show won’t embrace comes in the form of this slice of musical matchmaking. Hosted by Oti Mabuse, who trades the glittering ball of the dance floor for Cupid’s arrow, it sees bachelors stand on a breathtaking balcony, as they are serenaded by potential love matches that they can hear but not see. If the lonely heart is enthralled by the song of their budding half, then only can they come down and clap their chirping wooer. Who said romance was dead? But this is where it gets really tricky: the newly formed pair disappear to learn a duet, returning later in the show to perform it against other pairs looking to be crowned winners.

A Lake District Farm Shop (Channel 4, 8:15 p.m.)

Tracey Clowes, Tebay’s lead lifestyle buyer, has plans to transform sheared sheep’s fleece from the gas station’s farm into a bespoke tweed for blankets and cushions. Back in Cumbria, experienced weaver Laura Rosenzweig gets to work, with an inspiring trip to the beautiful Howgill Fells. And, in Keswick, canned supplier Jake Winter, of Wild & Fruitful, wants to expand his savory range, with petrol station buyer Jane Karlicek intrigued by his new ketchup. Finally, Food Supply Manager Dan Pearson and Farm Buyer Alex Evans pay a visit to butter company Winter Tarn Dairy.

Hidden (BBC4, 9 p.m.)

Fans have been on the edge of their seats throughout the third series of this excellent Welsh-language drama, which comes to a jaw-dropping close with this jaw-dropping edit. After a thorough search of the property, the police uncover clues to a location that may, finally, provide answers to the murders. Meanwhile, as Cadi races to prevent another tragedy from happening, emotions run high as the sad truth finally emerges. Sian Reese-Williams, Sion Alun Davies and Nia Roberts are among the cast.

Kings of Country Music (Channel 5, 9 p.m.)

This program takes viewers on an unmissable journey into the world of country music. The show kicks off with Johnny Cash performing the greatest country song of them all, at least according to Rolling Stone Magazine, I Walk the Line, quickly followed by Glen Campbell’s immortal anthem to telegraph pole repairers, Wichita Lineman. Over the next two hours, the show takes on every great song by a king of country you can think of – from Kenny Rogers’ The Gambler to John Denver’s Take Me Home Country Roads, and genre-defying modern classics like Old Town Road by Lil Nas X with Billy Ray Cyrus.



Villanelle (Jodie Comer)
Villanelle (Jodie Comer)

Kill Eve (BBC1, 9:15 p.m.)

We had to pay close attention to follow the fourth series of this award-winning series that made Jodie Comer a superstar, and many fans are hoping that all the details will be neatly ironed out in this finale. It picks up where the previous episode left off, with Eve being chased by the murderous Gunn, and she and Villanelle are finally reunited. Together they head to London and the reunion of the Twelve – and they are not alone. Carolyn, having deciphered Lars’ notebook, is also present. However, when the gathering place is abruptly moved to a boat on the Thames, the stage is set for a final showdown. Will the body count increase further? Sandra Oh and Fiona Shaw also star.