Ian Wright: Home Truths
9pm, BBC One
After detailing his own childhood of abuse at the hands of his stepfather, Ian Wright fronts this powerful documentary that examines the increase in instances of domestic violence and its effects on the children who grow up in abusive households. Wright starts by visiting his childhood home for the first time in 50 years, before visiting his old primary school to find out how children who grow up in abusive households are now supported. He looks at how abusive behaviour is often the product of a vicious cycle. Ammar Kalia
8pm, BBC One
“You’re going to get five offers today.” Not your average response to a pitch and anyway, the Dragons are a capricious bunch. Elsewhere tonight, the investors in this long-running business series are pondering Genetically Personalised Mealshakes and a lockdown home booze business. Phil Harrison
The Dog House
8pm, Channel 4
More homeless dogs meet hopeful prospective owners. Zoe, a beagle, is a potential match for Venessa, a yoga teacher, and her son Jacob, while a nervous staffie named Stanley might finally have found the humans for him in the form of seasoned dog enthusiasts Linda and Richard. Jack Seale
Escape to the Farm With Kate Humble
8pm, Channel 5
We’re back on Kate Humble’s Welsh farm and it’s time to thin out the 1,000 trees she first planted on the property when she bought it a decade ago, with the help of horse Kip. Plus, she sets up a secretive camera system to try to catch a glimpse of her goats’ litters of kids and cooks porcini pasta. AK
Saved By a Stranger
9pm, BBC Two
Anita Rani’s series pairing up survivors of traumatic events with the strangers who helped them through this week takes on the emotional story of Marc, who was diagnosed with HIV in the 1980s aged just 17. At Brixton’s Landmark centre, he sought out vital support from counsellor John, who he now tries to find. AK
Frank of Ireland
10pm, Channel 4
The fruity, farcical sitcom from brothers Brian and Domhnall Gleeson continues with a haphazard musical episode. The wallowing Frank tries to muscle in on Doofus’s soundtrack work for a local am-dram show. Will his efforts truly elevate an all-female, stunt-heavy stage version of Twelve Angry Men? Graeme Virtue
The Eyes of Orson Welles (Mark Cousins, 2018), 10pm, BBC Four
Documentary film-maker and critic Mark Cousins brings his acute essayist sensibility to bear on a much-profiled figure, focusing on the influence of the Citizen Kane creator’s fine art endeavours on his theatrical and cinematic creations. A new, personal angle on a hard-to-pin-down giant of his craft. Simon Wardell
Golf: The Wells Fargo Championship 12pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Day one coverage from North Carolina.
Cycling: Tour of Algarve 4pm, Eurosport 1. Stage two coverage from Sagres to Foia.
Europa League football: AS Roma v Manchester United 7.15pm, BT Sport 2. Semi-final second leg match.