It’s a Sin (C4, 9pm)

RUSSELL T DAVIES’ latest series has been universally praised, and rightly so. It turns a spotlight on a world many of us know about, but only a few have had first-hand experience. This week, the clock moves forwards to March 1988, a time when Kylie Minogue was at the top of the charts telling everyone she should be so lucky. The remaining members of the gang still live at the Pink Palace, which Ritchie and Jill are hoping to buy, although both have other issues to face too. Ritchie realises he has to come out to his parents, and suffers a dark night of the soul on a journey back to the Isle of Wight. Jill, meanwhile, lands herself in danger with the police after taking part in protests against the government’s handling of the Aids crisis.

Big Weekends with Gregg Wallace

Big Weekends with Gregg Wallace

Big Weekends with Gregg Wallace (C5, 9pm)

He’s recently taken a tour of South Africa for ITV, and now Gregg Wallace is off on his travels again. Actually, he probably filmed his latest jaunt months, maybe even over a year ago, before coronavirus-related restrictions were enforced. As we’re still unaware of a time when we might be able to jet off on holiday again, at least the light-hearted four-part programme gives us a glimpse of the wider world. Wallace begins his jaunt in Barcelona, and he doesn’t have to search too hard to find some of the city’s artistic highlights – he’s surrounded by them in the form of architect Antoni Gaudi’s incredible buildings. He also learns about Picasso before attending a street festival and, of course, tasting the local cuisine.

Ralf Little as DI Neville Parker

Ralf Little as DI Neville Parker

Death in Paradise (BBC1, 9pm)

The penultimate episode of the current run focuses on the aftermath of a stag party. What should be a celebratory affair ends in tragedy when the host is found on the beach the next morning with a harpoon sticking out of somewhere it shouldn’t. The do had taken place on a boat, which hadn’t moved since the previous evening, so DI Neville Parker and his colleagues assume nobody aboard could be responsible for the murder. So if the guests didn’t do it, who did? Ralf Little and Josephine Jobert head the cast.

Dawn at Stonehenge in Wiltshire

Dawn at Stonehenge in Wiltshire

Stonehenge: The Lost Circle Revealed (BBC2, 9pm)

Alice Roberts is the go-to presenter for archaeological shows these days, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise to find her popping up on this one, during which she’s joined by fellow professor Mike Parker Pearson. They want to know more about a fascinating project designed to unlock some of the mysteries surrounding Stonehenge, which have baffled experts for centuries. The duo meet archaeologists who have been using cutting-edge technology, including innovative 3D scanning techniques, combined with more traditional research methods, to discover where the iconic stones were quarried.

Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah

Hip Hop: The Songs That Shook America (BBC4, 10pm)

The concluding double bill of the enlightening and entertaining series begins with a look at The Bridge by Marley Marl and MC Shan. The song was intended to promote community pride within the Queensbridge area of New York, but went on to provoke one of hip-hop’s biggest battles as it sparked a row over the origins of the genre. Finally, there’s a celebration of Ladies First, by Queen Latifah, an anthem of female empowerment at a time when sexism was rife within the hip-hop community.

Graham Norton

Graham Norton

The Graham Norton Show (BBC1, regions vary)

Miranda Hart’s self-titled sitcom may not be returning for a new run any time soon, but we’re about to get the next best thing. US comedy Call Me Kat has been inspired by the hit show and stars Blossom and The Big Bang Theory’s Mayim Bialik in the lead role; she joins Norton to discuss the project tonight. Daniel Kaluuya promotes his new film, biopic Judas and the Black Messiah, which tells the story of Black Panther member Fred Hampton and reunites the actor with his Get Out co-star LaKeith Stanfield. Plus, Sienna Miller talks about surreal drama Wander Darkly and music comes from Arlo Parks.