Bulletproof: South Africa
9pm, Sky One
Noel Clarke and Ashley Walters’ hit crime drama concludes its three-part sojourn in South Africa. Having become unwittingly swept up in a kidnapping plot while on holiday, Bishop (Clarke) and Pike (Walters) now go after the mastermind of the plan, Dewalt, culminating in a signature action-packed chase sequence along the coastline. Once they return home to London, Pike faces his own reckoning in the form of new information that could reveal the identity of his birth mother. Ammar Kalia
The Repair Shop
8pm, BBC One
A rare beauty is brought into the repair shop this week, in the form of a broken 1960s guitar that belonged to Robyn Griffith’s jazz-loving late grandfather. Restorer Julyan Wallis gets to work on the guitar’s parts, including a pearl inlay, before revealing the finished product to an emotional Robyn and his grandmother. AK
This Farming Life
8pm, BBC Two
Spring has finally sprung! In this agricultural docuseries, anyway. During a bumper lambing season, vet Dani must perform an emergency C-section on a ewe just weeks after undergoing her own, at son James’s birth. Meanwhile, in Northumberland, shepherdess Emma tries to sell some livestock. Ellen E Jones
The murder investigation in Morecambe continues, as DC Lisa Armstrong discovers that not all familial relationships with the victim were friendly. Meanwhile, a significant piece of evidence is unearthed when one suspect starts to blab, leaving Armstrong with more questions than answers. And Penny takes matters into her own hands. Ali Catterall
9pm, Channel 4
Cornwall seems to be having a television moment, with shows dedicated to the county on the BBC, Channel 4 and ITV. Now, Kevin McCloud heads there to meet Leigh and Richard, who are trying to restore a derelict 17th-century flour mill. With only a 12-month timescale, things soon spiral. AK
World’s Greatest Treasure Mysteries
10pm, Sky History
Investigators Rick and Marty Lagina are famous for discovering the secrets of Oak Island and now they’re digging deeper in this new series. The intrepid brothers are on the hunt for pirate treasure in the first episode. If anyone can uncover Blackbeard’s mysterious haul, it’s these two. Hannah Verdier
Breathe (Andy Serkis, 2017) 9pm, BBC Two
Much jolly British pluck is on show in the directorial debut of Andy Serkis. It’s an unashamedly heartwarming biopic of Robin Cavendish (Andrew Garfield), who contracted polio in the 50s when it was practically a death sentence. However, along with his wife, Diana (Claire Foy), he fought to survive and give his life purpose. Simon Wardell
ATP tennis: Murray River Open 8am, Eurosport 1. Day four of the Aussie Open warmup event in Melbourne.
Premier League football: Burnley v Manchester City 5.30pm, BT Sport 1. Followed by Liverpool v Brighton.
Premier League football: Fulham v Leicester City 5.30pm, BT Sport 2. Followed by Aston Villa at West Ham United at 8pm.