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Guide to Watching General Election Results

Election 2024
Clive Myrie and Laura Kuenssberg will host the Election 2024 on BBC One Photograph: Jeff Overs/BBC

9.55pm, BBC One
Is time up for Rishi Sunak and his Tory government? After what feels like a long, uninspiring election campaign, it is finally time to find out. All major channels will be covering the event throughout the night and into the early morning hours, so stock up on supplies. Laura Kuenssberg and Clive Myrie will lead the BBC’s coverage, accompanied by political editor Chris Mason and his correspondents. Expect the presence of Jeremy Vine with his famous swingometer, and contributions from Kirsty Wark, Fiona Bruce, Victoria Derbyshire, and Naga Munchetty from various locations across the nation. At least there’s one bit of good news: no more nauseating TV debates.

Douglas Is Cancelled

9pm, ITV1
What’s the best way to handle a media scandal? Douglas (played by Hugh Bonneville) is advised that an interview with a Newsnight journalist is essential to save his career in the second episode of Steven Moffat’s cancel culture drama. But why is his co-host Madeleine (played by Karen Gillan) so eager for a practice interview?

Tom Kerridge Cooks Britain

8.30pm, ITV1
Beetroot is always a divisive vegetable, but if anyone can make it appealing, it’s Tom Kerridge. In this new series, he visits the Cambridgeshire Fens in his 1950s food truck to pick beets before heading to Kent to pick apples. A delicious crumble is promised, regardless of the weather.

Election Night Live

9pm, Sky News
If the BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg and Clive Myrie duo isn’t your cup of tea, Sky News offers an alternative election night experience. Kay Burley will anchor the coverage with analysis from Labour’s Andy Burnham and Conservative Ruth Davidson. Sophy Ridge will follow up the next day to discuss the results.

Britain Decides With the Rest Is Politics and Gogglebox

9.45pm, Channel 4
Emily Maitlis co-hosts alongside Krishnan Guru-Murthy, joined by Alastair Campbell and Rory Stewart. If the political analysis gets too heavy, the cast of Gogglebox will be there to critique the main parties’ campaigns for a lighter take.

Paul Whitehouse’s Sketch Show Years

10pm, Gold
On a night like this, we could all use a laugh. Paul Whitehouse returns for the second part of his sketch appreciation series, taking us back to the 1980s to celebrate beloved sketch shows like The Two Ronnies and Not The Nine O’Clock News.

Live sport

PGA Tour Golf: The John Deere Classic, 7.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event
Catch the first day’s coverage from TPC Deere Run in Silvis, Illinois.

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