Question Time Election Special – The Result (BBC1, 8.30pm)

AS the dust settles after the first winter General Election in decades, Fiona Bruce is joined in London by guests from across the political spectrum to ascertain what changes the outcome is likely to bring. The main focus is Brexit and what changes are most likely for the United Kingdom in terms of its future relationship with the European Union. However, the campaign also turned up a lot of other issues including the NHS, public spending and defence – all these matters are likely to be debated in this special edition.

Cruising with Jane McDonald (C5, 9pm)

STARTING in Budapest, McDonald boards a steam train built at the peak of the Austro-Hungarian Empire for the exclusive use of the emperor and empress. It is not long before she is back on water though, boarding a luxury river ship to sail to the blossoming post-communist cities of Bratislava and Belgrade. From there, McDonald heads towards one of the natural highlights of the Danube, the Iron Gates. After coming face to face with folkloric monsters, she finishes her journey in Romania’s most popular destination Bran Castle, the assumed home of Dracula.

The Graham Norton Show (BBC1, 10.40pm)

A FILM version of theatre favourite Cats has been in the pipeline for decades, so when it was announced that Les Miserables/His Dark Materials helmer Tom Hooper would be involved, many fans were excited. However, when the trailer dropped, the response was rather curious; one broadsheet columnist called it “the most disturbing thing I’ve ever seen”. Judi Dench returns to the sofa with Jennifer Hudson to give the movie a good plug.

Adam Hills: Take His Legs (C4, 11.30pm)

THERE’S a lot more to Adam Hills than just being a stand-up, hosting The Last Leg and having one of the most bizarre beards of the year. He’s also a rugby league fan and the driving force behind establishing the first Physical Disability Rugby League (PDRL) team, the Warrington Wolves. In this documentary, Hills attempts to live out his boyhood dream of playing competitive rugby league.