Doctor Who: Flux
6:25 p.m., BBC One
Despite a mixed reception for Chris Chibnall’s reign as showrunner, making Jodie Whittaker the first female doctor was a largely successful decision. But the time is up for both of them now, as they begin their long goodbye with this six games (plus three specials in 2022). Yaz de Mandeep Gill survived the slaughter of the journeyman at the end of the last series and is joined by John Bishop as Dan. Familiar enemies appear over the course of a single story season, with a few surprise faces promised. Simon wardell
9 p.m., BBC One
Made in Chelsea-meet-prime-time legal drama for the next five weekends. Talitha Campbell (CÃ©line Buckens), a despicable and very privileged kid, is arrested for the disappearance of a classmate. And yet, she still feels untouchable. With ambitious defense lawyer Cleo Roberts (Tracy Ifeachor) by her side, maybe she is? Spot a high-profile court case that shows how wealth, politics and prejudice can distort the search for justice. TIME
9 p.m., ITV
Joanne Froggatt continues to direct this dark but pressing drama. In episode four, Angela tries to adjust to her new life, but the therapy sessions trigger memories, and it reveals how long her husband Oliver has been abusing her. TIME
A year in Provence with Carol Drinkwater
9 p.m., channel 5
What if life offers you an exceptional harvest of lemons on your beautiful property on the CÃ´te d’Azur? If you’re a former All Creatures Great and Small star and likable Drinkwater travel guide, you ask your husband to whip up a massive tub of lemon marmalade as you waltz to Marseille for a whirlwind cultural tour. Graeme Vertu
The disappearance of William Tyrrell
9 p.m. Crime from the sky
In September 2014, a three-year-old boy went missing on a family trip to the small town of Kendall, New South Wales. Seven years and an extended investigation later, the disappearance remains unresolved. This Australian documentary, by journalist Caroline Overington, looks back on the case. GV
The Deirdre O’Kane Show
10 p.m. Sky Max
A more hysterical stand-up from unfiltered O’Kane and her guests, with Emma Doran and Jason Byrne joining her this week. Doran built a healthy Instagram following with sketches on parenting and lockdown, while Byrne graced Live at the Apollo with her high-energy routines. Hannah j davies
Choice of films
Widows, 9 p.m., Canal 4
Steve McQueen shifts Lynda La Plante’s ’80s ITV series to Chicago Crime Wives for this 2018 thriller, giving it a socio-political dimension reminiscent of John Sayles’ Big City of Hope. Viola Davis is the steel center of the drama as Veronica, Harry’s widow from Liam Neeson, who inherits a debt to future city councilor from Brian Tyree Henry after the death of Harry’s gang. So she asks the other destitute spouses, Alice (Elizabeth Debicki) and Linda (Michelle Rodriguez), to join her in a heist. The generic side is masterfully handled, but the moral complexity gives the film its full weight. SW
Let the voucher in, 12:05 p.m., BBC Two
When a bullied boy meets a vampire girl, they find a common cause in their loneliness, and ultimately some kind of love, in Tomas Alfredson’s masterful Swedish horror film from 2008. KÃ¥re Hedebrant plays Oskar, who befriends new neighbor Eli (Lina Leandersson), a pale, vigilant and slightly cautious 12-year-old who is secretly a bloodsucker who prey on residents of their depressing suburban housing estate. The wintry setting creates an atmosphere of damp calm and terror, punctuated by brief moments of macabre violence. SW
FA Cup women’s football: Manchester City v Chelsea Sun, 12:30 p.m., BBC One. Semi-final at the Academy Stadium, with visitors Fran Kirby (photo) in great shape.
International Women’s Rugby Union: England v New Zealand Sun, 2:05 p.m., BBC Two. Cover of Sandy Park.
FA Cup women’s football: Arsenal v Brighton & Hove Albion Sun, 4:30 p.m., BBC Two. Second semi-final at Meadow Park.