The Gone
9pm, BBC 4

Followers of thrillers Kin and Hidden Property will take pleasure in getting caught into this tense six-parter. Irish detective Theo Richter (Richard Flood) groups up with a Kiwi detective, Diana Huia (Acushla-Tara Kupe), when an Irish couple go lacking in rural New Zealand. Is there a connection to a murderous Irish gang? Hollie Richardson

A Royal Information to Wales
7pm, Channel 4

This week covers the connection between the royal household and Wales – a fractious one, not least for that blood-soaked conquest waged by Edward I. And the truth that till then, the title Prince of Wales was bestowed on native boys reasonably than English interlopers. Ali Catterall

Wonka: The Scandal That Rocked Britain
7.35pm, Channel 5

Wonka’s world of pure creativeness turned a real-life catastrophe just lately, with viral footage of the underwhelming Willy’s Chocolate Expertise in Glasgow making nationwide headlines. This quick-to-respond documentary will communicate to indignant mother and father and maybe one of many poor Oompa Loompa actors. HR

Michael McIntyre’s The Wheel
7.40pm, BBC One

One of the purely entertaining quizzes on TV welcomes Wirral grandfather-of-four Bob to its enviornment to compete for money with assist from Kate Garraway, Steve Pemberton and different celebrities. Bob results in a nightmare state of affairs: hoping Phil Tufnell can precisely recall the lyrics to Rapper’s Delight. Jack Seale

8.40pm, BBC One

There’s a genuinely seismic second for Casualty viewers this week as Derek Thompson (who has been taking part in Charlie Fairhead for a barely plausible 38 years) lastly hangs up his stethoscope. On the finish of final week’s episode, Charlie was stabbed by a distressed affected person. Has his luck run out finally? Count on an emotional rollercoaster. Phil Harrison

Sinéad O’Connor on the BBC
9.40pm, BBC Two

Sinead O’Connor. {Photograph}: Jane Bown/The Observer

It’s laborious to imagine it has already been practically eight months for the reason that world misplaced O’Connor. This celebration of her work options memorable interview footage and performances, together with Mandinka and Black Boys on Mopeds, in addition to a collaboration with Shane MacGowan and a canopy of The Home of the Rising Solar. HR

Movie selection

Out of Sight (Stephen Soderbergh, 1998), 11.35pm, BBC One

Jennifer Lopez and George Clooney in Out of Sight. {Photograph}: AJ Pics/Alamy

There’s an nearly indecent chemistry between George Clooney and Jennifer Lopez on this scintillating 1998 crime caper from Steven Soderbergh. It’s taken from an Elmore Leonard novel so has a finely honed plot, wherein charming financial institution robber Jack (Clooney) and US marshal Karen (Lopez) hit it off in a automotive boot after a jail break after which spend the remainder of the film agonising over whether or not to get collectively or not. Among the finest supporting actors going (Steve Zahn, Don Cheadle, Ving Rhames) add color and depth to a humorous, attractive heist drama. Simon Wardell

Crock of Gold: A Few Rounds With Shane MacGowan (Julien Temple, 2020), 1.15am, BBC Two
Julien Temple’s booze-soaked 2020 documentary profile of the late Pogues singer-songwriter reveals him within the uncooked. The “poet and piss artist” (so says his blue plaque) relates his personal life story – from an early childhood in impoverished rural Tipperary to a traumatic emigration to England and discovering his insurgent voice in London’s punk scene, then in Irish people. It’s typically not fairly, and there’s a hangover of wasted intelligence and expertise, however regardless of his early dying final 12 months his legacy is spectacular. SW

Reside sport

FA Cup Soccer: Wolves v Coventry, 11.30am, ITV1
The primary quarter-final. Man Metropolis v Newcastle is at 5.10pm on BBC One.

Six Nations Rugby Union: Wales v Italy, 1.45pm, BBC One
Eire v Scotland follows at 3.55pm, then France v England at 7.20pm, each on ITV1.


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