Notable Continuing Series: Unforgotten, 9.00pm, ITV
The Handmaid’s Tale, 9.00pm, Channel 4
8.00pm Inside the Vets W – Reality series following the staff at Montgomery Vets.
8.30pm How to get Rick Quick Channel 4 – Dave Fishwick, the creator of Bank of Dave, helps ordinary people to ‘get rich quick’ by giving them the tools to make their money grow and double their investment pot in just a few months. In each episode, Dave invests some of his own money to help illustrate the pros and cons of different investment types. This time he introduces Granny Mags to gold, the oldest investment of them all.
9.00pm Crimewave 2018: Lawless Britain Five – A sobering overview of Britain’s violent crime, featuring shocking footage from the streets, and moving interviews with victims and their families.
Notable Continuing Series: Sharp Objects, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic
8.00pm Love Your Garden ITV – Alan Titchmarsh and his team of gardening experts return to share more inspirational ideas and tips for your gardens.
9.00pm 999: What’s Your Emergency? Channel 4 – 999: What’s Your Emergency? returns for a new series, focusing on the work of Wiltshire’s police, paramedics and fire services.
9.00pm The Bletchley Circle: San Fransisco ITV – Millie Harcourt and Jean McBrian travel to San Francisco and join forces with two American codebreakers – Iris Bearden and Hailey Yarner – to pursue a serial killer from their war days, who has resurfaced in the United States.
Notable Continuing Series: 24 Hours in A&E, 9.00pm, Channel 4
Stath Lets Flats, 10.00pm, Channel 4
9.00pm Undercover Coppers Five – Documentary about how the police use undercover methods to infiltrate criminal gangs. In North Wales, police are on the trail of a local mafia boss suspected of flooding the region with drugs. And in London, the National Crime Agency secretly follow corrupt baggage handlers who help to smuggle drugs through Heathrow airport.
8.00pm Inventing the Impossible: The Big Life Fix BBC2 – A team of inventors attempt to change the lives of three inspiring people with very different problems. 40-year-old Graham was passionate about snowboarding until an accident dramatically changed his life. Graham dreams of one thing – getting back on the slopes and back on his snowboard again. Can award-winning engineer Yusuf Muhammed help make his wish come true? Alexander lives with a rare genetic disorder that causes extreme sensitivity to the sun’s ultraviolet rays. Materials expert Zoe Laughlin needs to find a way to protect Alex’s skin from the harmful rays which is light-weight and ventilating, whilst allowing him to go out in public without being stared at. Kyle’s ambition has always been to be a hairdresser, but he was born with a deformed hand making it impossible for him to hold hair while cutting or styling it. Engineer Jude Pullen needs to come up with a solution that will give Kyle the dexterity required to work as a professional hairstylist.
9.00pm Horizon: Spina Bifida and Me BBC2 – Actress Ruth Madeley discovers how a law change could prevent many birth defects and how pioneering foetal surgery could transform the lives of babies with spina bifida.