April 23, 2021

TV tonight: seeing in Easter from King’s Chapel

The annual choral performance is given a socially distanced staging, directed by Daniel Hyde. Plus: Clarkson takes aim at the week’s TV. Here’s what to watch this evening

The yearly celebration of Easter from the University of Cambridge’s King’s College Chapel returns for a lockdown, socially distanced edition, featuring the world-famous choir’s renditions of seasonal music including Ubi Caritas, God So Loved the World, When I Survey the Wondrous Cross and This Joyful Eastertide, directed by Daniel Hyde. Members of the college also provide readings from the King James Bible on Jesus’s death and resurrection. A tonic to see in the start of the bank holiday weekend. Ammar Kalia

Grace takes surgical matters into her own hands after Ollie faces a long wait for an ambulance. And it’s up to her horrified mum Connie to deal with the fallout. Meanwhile, Connie’s love rival Tina continues to irritate and Rash finds out his dad’s secret when his aunt is admitted to the emergency department. Hannah Verdier

You get nothing for a pair yet here is a second series of the show that recycles vintage gameshow formats for some semi-ironic primetime japes. First up is a charity edition of high-low shout-fest Play Your Cards Right featuring some willing celebrity couples and Carr doing his best Brucie. Graeme Virtue

As the bilingual Welsh drama continues, lawyer Faith has more to juggle than ever. Her trickiest case to-date has its first court hearing and Evan has begun tracking his soon-to-be ex-wife’s movements. It’s Rose (Celia Imrie) though, who weighs heaviest on Faith’s mind. Why has she returned after all this time? Ellen E Jones

Butler to Princess Diana Paul Burrell has made a formidable career selling his stories of their time together to the press following her death. This doc analyses his fame, centering on a 2002 trial where Burrell was accused of stealing Diana’s personal items. AK

Jeremy Clarkson brings his brand of curmudgeonly criticism to this new series of his TV review show, taking aim at our recent onscreen offerings. With television being one of the few creative industries to continue producing new content through lockdown, Clarkson has plenty to get stuck into. AK

Antebellum, 12.15pm, Sky Cinema Premiere

Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz’s twisty thriller comes straight from the Jordan Peele playbook, but lacks some of the finesse he brings to the genre. Janelle Monáe’s pre-American civil war plantation slave is witness to daily horrors – but what does that have to do with scenes of her life in the present day? Simon Wardell

Rugby Union: Wasps v Clermont-Auvergne 12noon, Channel 4. Last-16 match at the Ricoh Arena.

Championship Football: Huddersfield Town v Brentford 12noon, Sky Sports Main Event. Live from John Smith’s Stadium.

Premier League Football: Leicester City v Manchester City 5pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Followed by Arsenal v Liverpool at 7.45pm.