7.00pm Grayson’s Art Club Channel 4 – As Grayson and Philippa Perry prepare to throw open the doors to their studio for a new series of Grayson’s Art Club, they share advice and tips about the art for viewers to send in for the new run. The couple explain the themes that will be explored in the second series.
Notable Continuing Series: A Perfect Planet, 8.00pm, BBC One
Finding Alice, 9.00pm, ITV
The Great, 9.00pm, Channel 4
9.00pm Stacey Dooley: Back on the Psych Ward BBC Two – The presenter returns to Springfield Hospital to work with the team and meet patients in crisis once again as they battle mental health issues during the Covid-19 pandemic. She meets patients whose conditions have been exacerbated by the challenges of lockdown, including two people struggling with psychosis and someone who is trying to control the daily rituals that govern her life.
9.45pm Rhod Gilbert: Stand Up To Infertility BBC Two – With he and his wife struggling to conceive, the comedian investigates male infertility, setting out to discover why nobody seems to be addressing the issue despite it accounting for around 50 per cent of all fertility cases. He discovers that the fact men don’t want to talk about infertility is doing just as much harm as the condition itself.
10.00pm Temptation Island E4 – Controversial social experiment, featuring four couples at a pivotal time in their relationships, where they must decide if they’re ready to commit to each other for the rest of their lives – or go their separate ways. Together, the couples travel to the tropical paradise of Hawaii, where they join 24 eligible men and women and live the `single life”, in the ultimate test of commitment.
Notable Continuing Series: Would I Lie To You?, 8.30pm, BBC One
9.00pm The Drowning Channel Five – Thriller, starring Jill Halfpenny and Rupert Penry-Jones. Jodie believes a teenager she has seen is her son, who has been missing for nine years, and follows the boy, discovering where he lives and where he goes to school. But when the police and her ex-husband dismiss her passionate conviction, she takes matters into her own hands and begins to infiltrate and inveigle herself into the lives of the teen and his father. Continues Tomorrow Night, Wednesday and Concludes Thursday at 9.00pm.
8.00pm Interior Design Masters with Alan Carr BBC Two – Alan Carr hosts a new series of the interior design challenge, in which 10 aspiring designers compete to redesign Oxfordshire show home. Michelle Ogundehin assesses their efforts, and is joined in the first episode by guest judge Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen.
8.00pm Joanna Lumley’s Home Sweet Home – Travels in My Own Land ITV – After a lifetime of travels that have taken her across the globe, Joanna Lumley is making her most personal journey yet in the UK. Starting at Tilbury Docks in Essex she heads north, making a nostalgic return to Coronation Street, before ending the journey in Whitby.
9.00pm The Story of Fertility W – The One Show presenter Alex Jones finds out about the fertility issues affecting so many people, having decided at the age of 38 to try for a baby with new husband Charlie. Alex investigates what pioneering science is doing to help people struggling to become pregnant and travels the world to see the cutting-edge techniques that could revolutionise fertility treatment in the future and give everyone new hope of having children.
10.00pm Mel Giedroyc: Unforgivable Dave – New comedy panel show. In each episode, three celebrities come clean and regale tales of their most despicable deeds and uncharitable behaviour as they are probed by host Mel Giedroyc and her assistant Lou Sanders for all the dastardly details. In this episode, Mel and Lou are joined by Graham Norton, Desiree Burch and Alex Brooker. Graham reveals a lie to his mother that went too far, and Alex talks about trying to catch a girl in a trap.
Notable Continuing Series: Grand Designs, 9.00pm, Channel 4
8.00pm Your Garden Made Perfect BBC Two – Following on from the innovative series Your Home Made Perfect, Angela Scanlon returns with this show that offers the same hi-tech makeover technology to outdoor spaces. First up are Demi and Laura from Hertfordshire, who lead a busy family life, meaning they haven’t had time to deal with their lacklustre, L-shaped plot. Garden designers Helen Elks-Smith and Manoj Malde pitch for the chance to redesign the site – demonstrating what they would do with virtual reality presentations that put the couple right at the heart of their new, improved outdoor havens. But which one will they choose?
8.00pm Adrian Dunbar’s Coastal Ireland Channel Five – Actor Adrian Dunbar reconnects with his roots as he travels around the wild and rugged Irish coast. In the first of two programmes, he visits the astonishing Mizen bridge, suspended 45 metres above sea level, and heads to Co Cork, where old friend Darina Allen makes him lunch at Ballymaloe House. He also fulfils a lifelong ambition to make the treacherous sea crossing to Skellig Islands, where the ruins of an ancient monastic settlement are perched 600 feet above sea.
9.00pm Private Eyes Sky Witness – Return of the Canadian crime drama.
9.00pm ZeroZeroZero Sky Atlantic – Crime drama based on the novel by Roberto Saviano, following the lives of powerful figures in the world of international drug trafficking. The Italian mob’s plans to buy cocaine are ruined by the actions of Don’s son. Meanwhile, the Mexicans are attacked by special police. Starring Adriano Chiaramida, Giuseppe De Domenico and Andrea Riseborough.
10.00pm Rob & Romesh Vs Sky One – Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan are back to dip their toes into the unknown, beginning by delving into the world of art. Romesh takes Rob on his first-ever trip to a gallery, before they head to an art school to learn different disciplines, before each of them has to create an exhibition for the world-famous Saatchi Gallery.
10.00pm Those Who Kill FOX – Drama, starring Chloe Sevigny and James D’Arcy. Catherine Jensen, a recently promoted homicide detective, enlists the help of Thomas Schaeffer, a forensic psychologist, to track down serial killers and relentlessly seeks the truth behind the disappearance of her brother that she thinks is linked to his stepfather, Judge Howard Burgess.
Notable Continuing Series: The Investigation, 9.00pm, BBC Two
It’s a Sin, 9.00pm, Channel 4
11.05pm Ramy Channel 4 – Emmy-nominated US comedy drama. Ramy is a first-generation Egyptian American who is on a spiritual journey in his politically divided New Jersey neighbourhood. He brings a new perspective to the challenges of what it’s like being caught between a Muslim community that thinks life is a moral test, and a millennial generation that thinks life has no consequences. In the first episode, Ramy is challenged over his sloppy approach to toe-washing before prayer. The first five episodes will be available to stream or download for free on All 4 from today, Friday 5 February, to coincide with the transmission of the first episode.