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WHEN he died, at the age of 58, in 1997, Fela Kuti left an incredible work legacy This fascinating documentary claims that the pioneering Nigerian musician created sound for a continent, which is perhaps why more a million people made the pilgrimage to his funeral in Lagos

Kuti gave the world the Afrobeat, but he was also a thorn in the side of his country’s military regimes; he was a counter-cultural revolutionary whose actions, including the marriage of 27 women in one ceremony, sparked much controversy Even his death proved problematic – although his younger brother announced that he had died of after complications from AIDS, others say there is no definitive evidence Those who knew Kuti as well as the fans profile a complex but unforgettable performer

The pro-celebs are dwindling rapidly – after last week’s shenanigans on the Shiny Floor, only nine remain Is your favorite among them, or has the notorious and dreaded red light fallen on their shoulders, resulting in a disastrous dance (or, as Craig Revel Horwood might say, « disaaaaaastrous dahling »)?

Regardless of the answer, there is still life in the old show, with another round of performances to be enjoyed Again, Craig, Shirley Ballas and Motsi Mabusi are the judges, while Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly present. The results of the vote will be revealed tomorrow evening

It is difficult to travel at the moment, but the Beeb helps us deal with any urge to travel that we suffer from by bringing us the best foreign crime dramas. Danish DNA came to a conclusion last week, so tonight we’re going to take a trip to Iceland instead.

It is loosely based on a 1940s true story, although the action now takes place Norwegian detective Arnar is sent home to Reykjavik to help veteran policeman Kata investigate the murder of Por Ingimarsson, who was found stabbed to death in port Por’s girlfriend Iris is the prime suspect, until it becomes clear that the murder could not have been committed by a woman

EXPECT more sung hits, laughs, tears, huge surprises and huge rewards as « Diva of the North » and « Queen of Cruise » Jane McDonald celebrates Britain’s unsung heroes and delivers tribute to some of our favorite musicals

Tonight, she’s throwing a party celebrating 2017 blockbuster The Greatest Showman, featuring Coronation Street and Shakespeare in Love actor Daniel Brocklebank; X Factor winner Joe McElderry; and 2014 Britain’s Got Talent champions Collabro, joining her in the series

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Afrobeat, Fela Kuti, Strictly Come Dancing, Musique d’Afrique

EbeneInfo – GB – Tonight’s TV: Fela Kuti: Father of Afrobeat and Strictly Come Dancing

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