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9 p.m., Canal 4

“What did you do, Jo, and who did you do this with?” That’s the question that plagues Connie Nielsen in the first of this six-part drama. After waking up in a pool of blood at the bottom of the stairs, she doesn’t remember any of the events of the past year. Does the gardener take care of more than his lobelia? Does her suspiciously sweet husband (Christopher Eccleston) bumpy jacket hide any dark secrets? What’s the weird Wendy next door? And how did that damn dog really die? Determined to solve the riddle of her old life, Jo traces a timeline on the kitchen wall and fills in the gaps with whatever comes to mind. Bring the sizzling flashbacks. Hollie richardson


9 p.m., BBC One

After the opening stopper of a cliffhanger, the pace slows down as detectives search for more evidence with which to pin Talitha (Celine Buckens). What’s more intriguing here is the curious relationship of growing trust between Talitha, the churned-up brat, and her seemingly pragmatic and hardworking defense attorney, Cleo (Tracy Ifeachor). TIME

Doctor Who: Flux

6:15 p.m., BBC One

The sci-fi drama continues with the Sontarans making an unwelcome return to the series, as part of a new faction in the Crimean War. As the British Army fights with them, the Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) and his companions enlist the help of famous nurse Mary Seacole (Sara Powell). TIME

Sitting on a fortune

7 p.m., ITV

Gary Lineker runs this new quiz where contestants sit in line with the person in the front row answering multiple choice questions. Make a mistake and you go to the back. Whoever is in the hot seat at the end earns up to £ 100,000. As that point approaches, usually within the last five minutes, it gets pretty exciting. Jack Seale

Shark with Steve Backshall

8 p.m., Sky Nature

Explorer Steve Backshall’s new series aims to undo years of post-Jaws bad press. This is apparently doable when he meets the docile Caribbean reef shark, but the great hammerhead – which can smell a single drop of blood in an area the size of an Olympic swimming pool – will it, too. cooperative? Hannah j davies

On the edge: Minced meat

10 p.m., Canal 4

The dramatic anthology nominated for the Bafta returns with a triple bill. The first sees Sex Education’s Aimee Lou Wood as teenage Jane, terrorized by her troubled and fascist mother (Rosie Cavaliero). Amidst their small town hellish landscape, however, there is a silver lining in the form of Nish (Nikhil Parmar), in Samantha O’Rourke’s single brilliant and brutal. HJD

Choice of films

I was a male war bride

3:55 p.m., Talking Pictures TV

Cary Grant and Ann Sheridan in I Was A Male War Bride.
Photograph: 20th Century Fox / Allstar

What a joy to see Cary Grant play with a strong female lead. To Katharine Hepburn and Irene Dunne, we can add Ann Sheridan in the 1949 Howard Hawks comedy, set in post-war Berlin. Her US Army officer has a working relationship of “sexual antagonism,” as she calls it, with Cary Grant’s French captain, which predictably leads to love. Grant’s often subversive take on the masculinity in his roles comes to the fore here – to the extent that he dons feminine clothes – in an extremely entertaining caper. Simon wardell

Live sport

FA Cup football: Sheffield Wednesday v Plymouth Argyle 11:30 am, ITV. Tie in the first round of Hillsborough.

Women’s Football Super League: Tottenham Hotspur v Manchester United 12 p.m., BBC Two. Hive stage action.

International Rugby Union: Scotland v Australia 2:15 p.m., Amazon Prime Video. Murrayfield cover.


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