Britain’s Housing Crisis: What Went Wrong?
9pm, BBC Two
Housing has long been a huge, toxic issue that politicians of all parties (and broadcasters, too?) have been unwilling to meaningfully address. Massively overdue, this two-part documentary is an enraging journey through political and administrative failure, encompassing property porn TV, wild lending, the media’s tendency to report price rises as good news, the financial crisis and its bungled aftermath and the current paralysis. Phil Harrison
Celebrity Antiques Road Trip
7pm, BBC Two
Derry Girls’ Tara Lynne O’Neill and Ian McElhinney are setting off for Aberdeenshire in a 1970s MGB GT, armed with £400, and guided by experts Paul Laidlaw and Natasha Raskin Sharp. Will their shopping trips reap dividends? Elsewhere, there are lizards to contend with, and fun at the Highland Games. Ali Catterall
Fake or Fortune?
8pm, BBC One
Art gumshoes Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould investigate another potential goldmine, this time a canvas from US abstract expressionist Arshile Gorky. Does it obscure a lost early work or was this merely a testing ground for new ideas? Time to wheel in an X-ray machine. Graeme Virtue
The Real Crown: Inside the House of Windsor
This slightly pedestrian series reaches 1997, the pivotal year in recent royal history, as the death of Diana, Princess of Wales causes an existential crisis. Meanwhile, Prince Andrew is struggling to find his place, after a job as trade envoy doesn’t work out. Hopefully, he’ll find a way of filling his time … PH
Jailed: Inside Maghaberry Prison
10pm, BBC Two
Stephen Nolan continues to give criminals who have already been sent to prison a further telling off. This week, he bickers with a convicted killer who claims he is innocent, but then softens when faced with an Afghanistan veteran who doesn’t seem mentally equipped to stay out of trouble. Jack Seale
Bangers: Mad for Cars
10.15pm, Channel 4
This series, in which the rapper Tinie Tempah and Formula One analyst and stunt driver Naomi Schiff rank the best cars of the last four decades, feels like something Alan Partridge might have blurted hopefully into his Dictaphone. In this edition, family cars are under discussion, which prompts nostalgia from guests including Ian Wright and a few daft challenges to find a winner. PH
International football: England v Italy 7pm, Channel 4. A Euro 2024 qualifier at Wembley.