The Hit List, BBC1, 7.30pm
HUSBAND-AND-WIFE team Marvin and Rochelle Humes are increasingly in demand as TV presenters – this new series is actually her second show of the evening, as she can also be seen on ITV’s Ninja Warrior UK – but they both initially found fame as pop stars in JLS and The Saturdays respectively. So who better to host the BBC’s new music quizthan these two? They’ll be challenging contestants to identify as many hit songs and artists as possible, from the 1960s to the current charts and across all genres, in a bid to win £10,000. First up are father-and-daughter Jason and Jasmine, couple Glen and Christopher, and friends Fran and Danielle, but who will prove to be top of the pops?

Britain’s Most Historic Towns, C4, 8pm
ALICE Roberts, above, explores the Georgian era in her home city of Bristol. She takes a horse-drawn carriage ride to explore Clifton’s Georgian architecture, samples some of the backstreet gin that was considered a threat to civilisation, and discovers the ingenious story behind the world’s first chocolate factory. She also delves into the city’s links with the slave trade, uncovering horrific tales in the historical records. Plus, aerial archaeologist Ben Robinson provides a bird’s-eye view of how 18th-century wealth transformed the city.

Live Boxing: Fury v Norrad, Channel 5, 9pm
FORMER heavyweight world title contender Hughie Fury looks to get back on track following two defeats in his last three fights. His last outing was in October 2018, when he was comprehensively outpointed by Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev, missing out on the chance to challenge for Anthony Joshua’s world titles. Fury’s opponent at Victoria Warehouse in Manchester tonight is Chris Norrad. The Canadian is undefeated in 17 previous contests, but has never fought outside of his home country, and will come into this contest as the underdog.

Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, STV, 9.15pm
THE new series of the chat show kicks off tonight, but it’s already made headlines, thanks to Piers’ first guest. He’s joined by Mel B, right, who talks very candidly about being a Spice Girl, dropping the bombshell that she and Geri Horner (née Halliwell) were more than just band-mates. (Geri subsequently denied it, which could make the Spice Girls’ reunion tour a little awkward). But while that story has already been widely reported, it’s not the only revelation contained in this

extended interview. Mel also talks about her battles with drugs and alcohol, her recent divorce, suicide attempts, and her high-profile romances, including her relationship with Hollywood superstar Eddie Murphy.