The Wall Versus Celebrities (BBC1, 6.40pm)
Former England and Liverpool winger John Barnes groups up with Sky Sports activities pundit Chris Kamara as they try to defeat the formidable Wall and win a good amount of money for charity – however one mistake may see them shedding every part.
Million Pound Mega Motorhomes (Channel 5, 8pm)
When you’ve got ever fantasised about proudly owning a mega motorhome, now’s your probability to dream even greater – they’re changing into extra luxurious and inventive than ever. This programme takes a journey into the nation’s most spectacular motorhomes, uncovering the secrets and techniques of the businesses who manufacture these elite machines, visiting a commerce occasion the place must-have devices tantalise homeowners, and assembly the motorhome makers who can create bespoke vacation properties for a million-pound price ticket.
Unforgotten (ITV, 9pm)
Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar return for a fourth collection of the acclaimed crime drama, which begins when a dismembered physique is present in a North London scrapyard. Due to a particular tattoo, the staff, led by Sunny, determine the sufferer as Matthew Walsh, who went lacking 30 years earlier. Additionally they uncover that the physique had been frozen and was transported to the scrapyard in a freezer bought by the just lately deceased Robert Fogerty, who has a drink-driving conviction from March 30, 1990 – the evening Matthew disappeared…
Million Pound Pawn (ITV, 8.00pm)
Within the first episode, pawnbroker Ray meets a enterprise proprietor who needs a big-money return on his unique Lamborghini, however will Ray be capable to meet the consumer’s expectations and make a revenue? In Sheffield, pawnbroker Dan meets divorcee Fran, who’s seeking to promote a watch she inherited. If it is real, it may increase a life-changing quantity, however the market in fakes is booming. In the meantime, a former 80s pop star meets Kathy, one in every of only a few feminine pawnbrokers within the trade, to boost some money.
Homicide in a Small City (C5, 9.00pm)
In 2003, Luke Mitchell was accused of brutally murdering 14-year-old schoolgirl Jodi Jones. He maintains his innocence to this present day and now, after 17 years, two former detectives who now work as personal investigators work collectively to re-examine the police and prosecution’s case towards Mitchell. On this new two-parter, they uncover info which may probably solid doubt on the decision, together with new proof which emerged from a witness who was residing within the space on the time, and particulars of one other male’s DNA discovered on the scene.
Your Backyard Made Excellent (BBC2, 8.00pm)
Some folks could dream of getting a swimming pool, however for Suzanne and Andrew, it is extra of a nightmare – primarily as a result of the large pool of their Plymouth again backyard is derelict. They’ve approached landscaping corporations about sorting it out, however the companies have declined to make the leap, and the couple cannot afford to easily fill it in. So, how will designers Tom Massey and Pop Probert rework this distinctive outside area?
Gogglebox (C4, 9.00pm)
Again for a brand new (seventeenth!) collection, Britain’s favorite armchair critics return to solid their wry eyes over the week’s small-screen occasions.