Russell Howard Stands Up to the World
9pm, Sky One
While most British comics have spent the past year appearing on an endless supply of podcasts and hunkering down to gather scraps of new material for their postponed gigs, Russell Howard was one of the lucky few who made it out on tour, to New Zealand and Australia over two months. He takes us on the road with him in this series, opening in New Zealand, where he visits the farm of the Jurassic Park actor Sam Neill and tries diving into the sea using the “manu bomb” manoeuvre. Ammar Kalia
Between the Covers
7.30pm, BBC Two
Sara Cox’s celebrity reading group continues with visits from Don Warrington, Zoe Lyons, Hugh Dennis and Giovanna Fletcher. They share their thoughts on John le Carré’s Agent Running in the Field and Another Life by Jodie Chapman, then pick their own all-time favourite reads. AK
Your Home Made Perfect
8pm, BBC Two
Another virtual home makeover, as the architects Will Foster and Lynsey Elliott present their rival visions for Lisa and Judy’s Hampshire abode. The couple are fed up with their cramped kitchen and dark dining room and have no room for their antique treasures. Whose design solution will appeal most? Hannah J Davies
9pm, BBC One
The brewery conspiracists each take their turn in the police interrogation room, going head to head with DS Holland (Rakie Ayola), but it is Anna’s husband, Max, who asks the trickiest questions. Can any of them account for CCTV footage of Nancy’s van driving to the woods on the night of Jack’s murder? Ellen E Jones
Mare of Easttown
9pm, Sky Atlantic
The twisty thriller starring Kate Winslet comes to a close after the revelation of Billy and Erin’s relationship, which seemed to bring the case of her murder to an end last week. But what was in that photo shown to Chief Carter – and how does Dylan’s lack of an alibi on the night of the killing fit into the narrative? AK
Great British Photography Challenge
9pm, BBC Four
It may lack some of the tweeness of other shows with “Great British” in the title, but the six GBPC contenders don’t mind: they are getting a mentorship with the elite photographer Rankin. Tonight’s tasks include gym snaps and fly-on-the-wall pics at a bustling market. Graeme Virtue
Away (Gints Zilbalodis, 2019), 11.55am/4.50am, Sky Cinema Premiere
A solitary labour of love from the Latvian film-maker Gints Zilbalodis, this wordless fantasy animation follows a boy travelling across a series of dreamlike landscapes on a motorbike, pursued by a giant, implacable creature. Drawn in simple but confident strokes, it is a beautiful, beguiling fairytale. Simon Wardell
Australian football: Western United v Macarthur FC 10am, BT Sport 1. Top-flight clash from AAMI Park.
Cycling: Critérium du Dauphiné 1.20pm, Eurosport 2. Stage two, from Brioude to Saugues.
Under-21s European Championship football: Portugal v Italy 8pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Quarter-final match from Slovenia.