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Caroline Flack: Her Life and Death
9pm, Channel 4

A moving examination of the toll of celebrity and our misunderstandings of mental health in this film from the late broadcaster Caroline Flack’s mother and twin sister. The pair give candid interviews and use home video footage of Flack’s childhood to trace her journey from drama school to presenting on some of the biggest shows on television, before her death in February 2020. Famous friends such as Dermot O’Leary also speak of the pressures Flack faced. Ammar Kalia

Ready Steady Cook for Red Nose Day
7.30pm, BBC One

The estimably smooth Rylan Clark-Neal oversees an amusing celebrity-charity version of his daytime cookery challenge. Kitchen amateurs Stephen Mangan and Robert Rinder arrive with £5 of ingredients and a culinary dream, to be aided by pro chefs Jeremy Pang and Ellis Barrie. Jack Seale

Kirstie and Phil’s Love It Or List It: Brilliant Builds
8pm, Channel 4

Allsopp and Spencer continue their retrospective series looking at the best ways to transform your home. This week, there are a spate of builds designed for working from home: Nikki and Andy struggle for space in Northampton, while Amber needs a fitness studio for her business in Waterbeach. AK

The Terror
9pm, BBC Two

The weather outside is frightful and a killer bear comes at nightfall: the clammy period chiller about an ill-fated Arctic voyage continues with another double-bill. After five more months of icy stasis, the officers and crew are barely keeping it together. Might the Inuit woman camped nearby have some answers? Graeme Virtue

DNA Journey
9pm, ITV

It’s the turn of Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden and her pal Alan “Chattyman” Carr to investigate their ancestry. Clues gleaned from DNA testing and genealogical research send them to a stately home in Cornwall and a pub in the London suburb of Erith. What family stories await discovery? Ellen E Jones

The Surrogates
10.45pm, BBC One

Filmed over a period of 18 months, this three-part documentary follows five British women as they undergo a surrogacy pregnancy. With the number of children born through surrogacy in the UK having tripled in the last three years, we meet Caitlin, who is helping her boss Kate have a baby after her miscarriages. AK

Film choice

Kathy Bates in Misery
Kathy Bates in Misery. Photograph: Allstar

Misery (9pm, Film4)
Featuring one of the great “don’t look now” scenes in horror, Rob Reiner’s nerve-wrinkling Stephen King adaptation boasts an Oscar-winning turn by Kathy Bates as author Paul Sheldon’s “No 1 fan”, Annie. After a car crash leaves Paul (James Caan) bedridden in her home, Annie takes full advantage of her creative power. Simon Wardell

Live sport

Championship Football: Birmingham City v Reading 7.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event.
From St Andrew’s Trillion Trophy stadium.

PSA Squash 6pm, BT Sport 1.
Black Ball Women’s Open semi-finals.

Champions League Football: Chelsea v Atlético Madrid 7pm, BT Sport 2.
Round-of-16 second leg match.

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