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dara o'briain's go 8 bit

Politics, Jonathan Ross' chat show and computer games all make the cut.

'Panorama' john pienaar 8:30pm, BBC One

Last week, Sky News aired a documentary about the turmoil engulfing the Labour Party, and now it's the BBC's turn.

John Pienaar asks whether the party is about to self-destruct. He also reports from Brighton, where Momentum – one of the organisations that support current Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn – has been fending off allegations of bullying and anti-Semitism.

'The Jonathan Ross Show' jonathan ross 9:30pm, ITV

Wossy returned to our screens last week, and here's the second show of the series, repeated on a Monday night. His tendency to ask four questions at once can be a little annoying.

But there's no doubting he pulls in the A-listers. In the second show of the series, he has Hollywood leading lady Amy Schumer on the sofa, along with actor Riz Ahmed ('Rogue One: A Star Wars Story'), outdoorsman Bear Grylls and singer Olly Murs.

'Dara O'Briain's Go 8 Bit' dara o'briain 10pm, Dave

Irish funnyman O'Briain continues his exploration of the gaming industry, assisted by resident gaming expert Ellie Gibson. O'Briain has bags of enthusiasm for the subject matter, and as a lifelong gamer, he knows his onions, which makes this a must-watch for any gaming fan.

Meanwhile, comedians Jason Manford and Ed Byrne take each other on in long-running football simulator 'FIFA'. Tempers will run high.

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