It's Thursday. It's nowhere near pay day. Here's what's on the box this evening
BBC Music Awards
Chris Evans and Fearne Cotton host the inaugural BBC Music Awards, broadcast live from London’s Earls Court. An array of British and international singers and bands come together to celebrate the past year in music, including Ed Sheeran, Paloma Faith Take That, Coldplay, George Ezra, Labrinth, Ella Henderson and Calvin Harris.
Europa League: Besiktas v Tottenham
A depleted Spurs travel to Turkey to take on Besiktas in Istanbul this evening. Missing the action are Emmanuel Adebayor, Harry Kane, Jan Vertonghen and Christian Eriksen as both sides approach with progression to the last-32 confirmed.
However, some good news for Spurs as welcome defender Kyle Walker back to the fray after he’s missed the last nine months through injury. Kick-off 6pm
Maia Dunphy: What Women Want
The presenter takes a look at the cult of celebrity in the country after learning that many young girls would rather be famous than stronger or smarter. She questions why so many people pursue the dream of stardom, and asks whether fame is a by-product of skill, or whether it is possible to sustain a celebrity status without talent. Last in the series.
Tina is at her lowest ebb after Tosh’s attack and refuses to return her messages, and when her remorseful girlfriend turns up at the Vic, Shirley leaves her in no doubt she is not welcome. But then Tina asks to speak to her alone - is she going to forgive her yet again? Linda insists on attending her abortion alone but still seems unsure about going, while Ian is shocked when Jane tells him Peter was on cocaine last night. Nick heads out, despite Yvonne’s warnings - and sure enough, it isn’t long before an Albert Square regular claps eyes on Dot’s supposedly dead son.
is the net closing in on killer?
Yvonne tries to put things right with Carol and Dan, but her plan doesn’t work. Meanwhile, Paul is annoyed as Rachel settles into Niamh’s flat, and Decco tries his hardest to remain just friends with Kerri-Ann.
Channel 4, 10pm
As tension rises in London in the aftermath of the nightclub shooting, Banjo reassures a nervous Robbie ahead of the internal police investigation. At HQ there’s a vacancy at the top of the force.