The X Factor is on ITV at 8.35pm.

Dermot O’Leary hosts the first of this year’s live shows, with the remaining 16 acts performing to impress both the judges and the viewing public at home.

Invictus Games is on BBC One at 5.25pm.

Highlights of the opening ceremony of this multi-sport event, for injured or sick armed-forces personnel and veterans, which was staged at the Sydney Opera House in Australia.

Strictly Come Dancing is on BBC One at 6.45pm.

The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actor Alfonso Ribeiro, who won Dancing with the Stars in 2014, take Bruno’s place on the judging panel this week. The results show can be seen tomorrow night at seven forty-five.

Casualty is in BBC One at 8.35pm.

Dylan’s married former girlfriend, Ciara, is admitted to Holby with drink-related injuries.

Killing Eve is on BBC One at 9.25pm.

Eve and Carolyn head to Moscow to interview a female assassin who has been taken into custody.

The Jonathan Ross Show is on ITV at 10.35pm.

The host is joined by Monty Python performer Eric Idle, comedian Nish Kumar, and actor Chris O’Dowd. There also music from singer Katherine Jenkins.

Football, Chelsea versus Manchester United is on Sky Sports Main Event at 11.30am.

Coverage of today’s early Premier League match staged at Stamford Bridge. Kick-off is at twelve thirty.