What’s on the television?
Friday, March 18
Sport Relief (BBC One, 7pm)
This evening, at east London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, leading lights from the worlds of sport, music and entertainment will gather to see how more athletes and celebrities can inspire us to hand over our cash.
Top of the bill is Michael Crawford, who will reprise his 1970s role as calamity-prone Frank Spencer.
Saturday, March 19
Athletics: World Indoor Champs (BBC One, 1pm)
Action includes the men’s 60m final. Also on track is the women’s 60m hurdles final and the conclusion of the women’s pentathlon.
Commentary comes from Steve Cram, Paula Radcliffe and Steve Backley.
Sunday, March 20
The Night Manager (BBC One, 9pm)
Knowing Burr has acquired crucial documents about the upcoming arms deal heightens Roper’s suspicions that he has a traitor in his team.
Meanwhile, Pine, still working under the guise of Andrew Birch, accompanies Roper on a trip to The
Haven to showcase the weapons to high-profile client Barghati.
Being placed in the heart of Roper’s world, Pine is stricken by the severity of the situation, making him more determined to take Roper down.