9pm, BBC One

The our bodies of two folks, killed by a somebody utilizing a crossbow, are present in an ex-mining village. “Is anybody in some unspecified time in the future going to say the plain cultural reference level right here?” asks a police officer. “Bow and arrow? Within the coronary heart of Nottinghamshire? Trendy-day Robin Hood?” DCS Ian St Clair (David Morrissey) known as in to elucidate the decades-old friction on this divided neighborhood that would present a motive for homicide: “This was predominantly a UDM village – a breakaway union, they didn’t assist the strike.” Impressed by actual occasions, this heated six-episode drama tells a real crime story and unpicks the fallout from the miners’ strikes. The all the time sensible Lesley Manville and Claire Rushbrook additionally star. Hollie Richardson

Robbie Savage: Making Macclesfield FC

9.45pm, BBC Three

“Clearly the workforce are nonetheless right here … effectively, hopefully they’re all nonetheless right here?” Robbie Savage invitations the cameras again to Macclesfield FC’s floor, following final 12 months’s behind-the-scenes take a look at what occurred when he purchased the failing membership. The following problem: achieve promotion to the eighth tier of English soccer. Hollie Richardson

Bake Off: The Professionals

8pm, Channel 4

Six new groups of patisserie practitioners be part of Liam Charles and Stacey Solomon within the Bake Off kitchen, and within the first problem they need to produce 36 good Mont Blancs (chestnut puree vermicelli) alongside a miniature chocolate sculpture. If that sounds robust, issues get a trifle trickier within the showpiece spherical because the groups tackle a British traditional. Ellen E Jones

Rochelle Humes: Inside Designer within the Making

8pm, W

Humes, a self-confessed design novice, is an unimposing, wafty presence on this odd residence makeover present. Week one sees Kent couple Rob and Amie take a look at Humes’s “temper field”, then do a chunky kitchen knock-through largely unaided. Jack Seale

Five Dates A Week, Ep5 Lucy (RX4) group shot.....Lucy, Sky, Antonia, Phoebe, Lydia, Holly (L-R)..
Cupid calls … 5 Dates a Week. {Photograph}: Channel 4

5 Dates a Week

10pm, Channel 4

Searching for love this week: Lucy, an account supervisor who welcomes 5 ladies to spend time together with her in Cupid Cottage and compete for her affections. Potential matches embrace jujitsu fanatic Antonia, medical tools assembler Phoebe and instructor Lydia. HR

The Sky at Evening

10pm, BBC 4

A particular version of the astronomy staple as Chris Lintott interviews Martin Rees, arguably Britain’s most famous cosmologist. Rees has loved a profession spanning what he describes as “a golden age” of astronomy – quasars, darkish matter and the seek for extraterrestrial intelligence have all had their moments on his watch. However what’s subsequent? Phil Harrison

Barbara Sukowa as Nina and Martine Chevallier as Madeleine in Two of Us.
Tender story … Martine Chevallier as Madeleine and Barbara Sukowa as Nina in Two of Us. {Photograph}: BFA/Alamy

Movie selection

Two of Us (Filippo Meneghetti, 2019), 2.15am, Channel 4
A steely efficiency from Barbara Sukowa provides a sliver of hazard to Filippo Meneghetti’s tender French story. She performs Nina, one half of an ageing lesbian couple with Madeleine (Martine Chevallier). Publicly, they’re simply neighbours however secretly they dwell collectively – and are planning for his or her future, regardless of Madeleine’s youngsters being unaware of the connection. Nevertheless, a severe incident adjustments Nina’s standing in her lover’s life – and throws up limitations to their happiness. How she strives to beat them offers the movie its drama and poignancy. Simon Wardell

Reside sport

Tennis: Queen’s 1pm, BBC Two. Day one of many males’s grass-court match at Queen’s Membership in west London.


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