Celebrity Mastermind (BBC1, 9pm)

HOST John Humphrys welcomes Derry Girls actor Dylan Llewellyn, broadcaster and journalist Claire McCollum, vlogger, actor and entrepreneur Caspar Lee, and Radio 1 DJ Rickie Haywood-Williams to take their place in the infamous black chair. Tonight’s specialist subjects are films directed by Quentin Tarantino, 1980s television shows, video-sharing platform YouTube and Game of Thrones.

The Last Leg of the Year (C4, 9pm)

ADAM Hills, Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker take a look back at 2019with guests Sue Perkins, Sara Pascoe, Tom Davis and Rosie Jones. Johnny Vegas is on hand to man the bar, while house band The Horne Section provide the music. Alex trains to become a racing driver, aiming to become the first disabled person in history to complete a high-speed lap in a racing car at Donington Park.

Selling Scotland, (BBC1, 10pm)

JACK Docherty takes an entertaining look at Scotland’s most memorable adverts. Joining him will be some of Scotland’s funniest and best-known faces. From McEwan’s chin heads to Tennent’s Caledonia and Hamlet’s famous Baldy Man, Scotland’s favourite ads have firmly fixed themselves into our collective memory. In this revealing documentary, Jack will lift the Scott’s Porridge man’s kilt and explore the stories of the commercials which many remember fondly. Selling Scotland is an IWC Media production for BBC Scotland.

Only An Excuse?, (BBC1, 11pm)

AS 2019 rapidly approaches the final whistle, Scotland’s premier comedy team line up for their annual kick of the ball. New signings join Jonathan Watson in sketches and spoofs that target not just the highs and lows of Scottish football but Scottish life too over the past 12 months. This year’s cast includes Alex Norton and Joy McAvoy – two of Watson’s co-stars from Two Doors Down – Mark Cox from Still Game and Louise McCarthy from Scot Squad.