8.45pm, PBS America
L Frank Baum, the author of the 1900 Wizard of Oz book that inspired the ensuing 1939 Hollywood classic, worked variously as a chicken breeder, actor, marketer of petroleum products, shopkeeper, newspaperman and travelling salesman in his pursuit of the American dream. This two-part documentary, continuing on Thursday evening, traces his remarkable life and legacy, beginning with his journey in 1888 to move his family from Syracuse, New York to Chicago. Ammar Kalia
Craig and Bruno’s Great British Road Trips
The six-part quickstep around Britain’s picturesque tourist spots reaches its penultimate episode. Here, Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli are in the Lake District. And whether it’s wild swimming in Coniston Water or Cumbrian wrestling, the pair aren’t afraid of getting stuck in. Phil Harrison
Fake or Fortune?
9pm, BBC One
Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould continue their quest to unearth Britain’s potential lost art treasures, this week investigating a vibrant battle scene painting picked up at an auction in Ascot 30 years ago. Could it be the work of Victorian painter Edwin Landseer, which was thought to have been lost to a flood in 1928? AK
This Way Up
10pm, Channel 4
Aisling Bea’s flawless run continues against the backdrop of a looming lockdown. It’s Shona’s hen do, which allows Sharon Horgan’s character some embarrassment in the face of a stripper. Áine then goes into verbal overload when she meets one of Richard’s friends, but is vulnerable when he delivers his verdict on her. Hannah Verdier
10pm, BBC Four
Spacesuit alors! The hit French drama that seems to revel in stacking up dizzying sci-fi concepts continues with another double bill. The Mars expedition seeking to recover Jeanne has infiltrated her forest hideaway via underground portal but the jittery crew soon learn that they are not alone. Graeme Virtue
Kurupting the Industry: The People Just Do Nothing Story
10.35pm, BBC One
To mark the release of their first feature film this month, the cast and writers behind the hit BBC Three mockumentary People Just Do Nothing step away from their pirate radio personas and trace the story of their success, from YouTube to a five-season television deal. AK
Room (Lenny Abrahamson, 2015) 11.40pm, Film4
This heart-rending drama, adapted by Emma Donoghue from her own novel, deposits us in a small, dark room, where a mother (the rightly Oscar-garlanded Brie Larson) and her young son have been held captive for many years. A rare chance for escape leads to big changes in their lives and puts a strain on their bond. Simon Wardell
Cricket: Southern Brave v Welsh Fire 6pm, BBC Two. The Hundred match live from Ageas Bowl in Southampton.
Baseball: Houston Astros v Colorado Rockies 7pm, BT Sport 2. Inter-league match.
Uefa Super Cup: Chelsea v Villarreal 7.15pm, BT Sport 1. Final from Windsor Park, Belfast.