Higher Off Lifeless?

9pm, BBC One
“Gosh, if I used to be such as you, I couldn’t go on, I’d relatively be lifeless.” It’s a remark that actor and incapacity rights activist Liz Carr, who was born with arthrogryposis, has heard from folks – together with strangers – all her life. On this highly effective documentary, she makes a case for why we shouldn’t legalise assisted dying, talking to folks on all sides of the problem. She may be very clear, although, that she received’t be altering her thoughts. Hollie Richardson

Stacey Solomon’s Renovation Rescue

8pm, Channel 4
The queen of home actuality TV is in Bradford this week, the place a household are cooking on a constructing web site because of a botched kitchen renovation. Armed with helpful ideas and pure enthusiasm, Solomon reveals them how a lot of the repair they’ll feasibly try themselves – even daunting DIY duties comparable to restoring a fire. Jack Seale

The Gathering

9pm, Channel 4

Ticking all of the whodunnit containers … Eva Morgan in The Gathering. {Photograph}: James Stack/Channel 4/World Productions

A brand new gymnastics thriller set in Liverpool by the workforce behind Line of Responsibility and Vigil, which feels contemporary whereas ticking all of the whodunnit containers. We first see gifted gymnast Kelly (Eva Morgan) being attacked at a seaside celebration, then flashbacks to a month prior present there are a variety of people that wish to see her life take a drastic tumble. HR

The Responsible Harmless With Christopher Eccleston

9pm, Sky Historical past
Eccleston delves into two UK wrongful convictions, beginning with George Davis, who attracted nationwide help when he was jailed for the London Electrical energy Board theft in 1975, primarily based on unreliable proof. Davis is interviewed, alongside journalists, legal professionals and campaigners. HR

Storyville: Praying for Armageddon

10pm, BBC 4
The constantly excellent documentary strand affords a disturbing portrait of American evangelical Christians as they put together for what they imagine can be a holy battle and, finally, the second coming of Christ. How do these apparently eccentric teams accrue a lot energy? And what’s their connection to the state of Israel? Phil Harrison

Tokyo Vice

10.40pm, BBC One
Collection two of the seamy crime drama follows on immediately from final season’s cliffhanger, with Sato in intensive care. Jake and Detective Katagiri obtain scandalous video proof implicating the vice minister of international affairs in Polina’s disappearance, whereas Samantha is obtainable some sage recommendation: should you’re taking a shot at a wolf, “don’t miss”. Ali Catterall

Movie alternative

A toddler’s-eye view of tangled grownup relationships … Ralph Richardson and Michèle Morgan in The Fallen Idol. {Photograph}: Studiocanal Movies Ltd/Alamy

The Fallen Idol (Carol Reed, 1948), 3pm, Film4
Based mostly on considered one of Graham Greene’s quick tales, this engrossing, tragic drama from Carol Reed takes a toddler’s-eye view of tangled grownup relationships. Uncared for ambassador’s son Phillipe (a really pure Bobby Henrey) dotes on the embassy’s butler Baines (Ralph Richardson), who’s unhappily married to Sonia Dresdel’s housekeeper. However sooner or later, Phillipe discovers Baines’s secret liaison with secretary Julie (Michèle Morgan) and he’s drawn into grownup conditions he’s barely able to understanding. His makes an attempt to stability reality and lies solely make issues worse. Simon Wardell


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