Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over
Dooley returns for a second series of her entertaining show, each week spending 72 hours as a guest in a different, unusual UK home, aiming to get to the bottom of her hosts’ family lives and relationships in the process. This opening episode sees Dooley in the home of the Sediles, where wife Lilian is a member of the growing “tradwife” movement, prioritising traditional domesticity over career ambitions. As she and her husband, Felipe, celebrate their 10th anniversary, Lilian recounts renouncing feminism. Ammar Kalia
Beat the Chef
5.30pm, Channel 4
Andi Oliver presents this second series of the cook-off contest that pits an amateur against a professional chef to see who can pull off the tastier signature dish. Up first is former fighter pilot Chris, who hopes his beef stroganoff can beat chef Mark Sargeant’s plaice dish for the chance to win £10,000. AK
Great British Railway Journeys
6.30pm, BBC Two
Tonight’s episode, Saxmundham to Dedham, sees Michael Portillo explore East Anglia between the wars; departing from Sutton Hoo, where archaeologists unearthed an Anglo-Saxon burial ship in 1939, and chuff-chuffing off to Leiston, the home of controversial “free school”, Summerhill. Ali Catterall
How to Save a Grand in 24 Hours
8pm, Channel 4
Short answer: be flush to begin with. Long answer: let Anna Richardson and her team into your home to ransack your wardrobes and cancel your Amazon Prime membership. This week, football coach Matt and restaurant worker Jade swap takeaways in favour of home cooking. Hannah J Davies
Baby Surgeons: Delivering Miracles
9pm, Channel 4
It takes a steady hand, a nerve of steel and – above all – unflagging compassion to treat the tiniest patients. This week at St George’s, Susie, who is expecting triplets, is worried “it’s not going to be this wonderful happy ending”, while Noreen must undergo nail-biting keyhole surgery. Ellen E Jones
Mare of Easttown
9pm, Sky Atlantic
Following Erin’s father Kenny’s shooting of her ex-boyfriend Dylan at the shocking end of the last episode, Mare (Kate Winslet) and her fellow detective Colin receive a worrying lead in Erin’s case in the shape of a disgraced priest. Mare also makes a career-threatening decision at home to try to keep custody of her grandson. AK
Sully: Miracle on the Hudson (Clint Eastwood, 2016), 8.30pm, BBC One
Tom Hanks (who else?) plays real-life hero Chesley Sullenberger, an airline pilot who in 2009 landed his plane in the Hudson River, saving all his passengers, after a bird strike destroyed its engines. Director Clint Eastwood brings his habitual mistrust of authority to proceedings. Simon Wardell
Cricket: Kolkata Knight Riders v Royal Challengers Bangalore 3pm, Sky Sports Main Event. IPL match from Ahmedabad.
Premier League football: West Bromwich Albion v Wolverhampton Wanderers 5.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Burnley v West Ham at 8pm.
FA Trophy football: Harrogate Town v Concord Rangers 4.30pm, BT Sport 1. Final from Wembley Stadium.