TV tonight: can you spot a house’s true owner from a fake? | Television & radio


This Is My House

9pm, BBC One

Stacey Dooley hosts this new spin on Through the Keyhole, in which four hopefuls each aim to convince a team of celebrity judges that the house they are in is their own. In tonight’s opening episode, the actor Emily Atack, the interior designer Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen and the comics Judy Love, Jamali Maddix and Bill Bailey try to guess which of the four Fern Maxsteads presented to them is the owner of a spacious barn conversion in Ashford, Kent. The action is plodding, but Dooley does her best to keep our attention. Ammar Kalia

Great British Menu
8pm, BBC Two

The first heat for the central region. This season’s banquet commemorates British innovation, marking 30 years since Tim Berners-Lee launched the world wide web and the first British astronaut flew into space. Rachel Khoo joins the judges Matthew Fort and Oliver Peyton, while Andi Oliver presents. AK

The Terror

9pm, BBC Two

The menacing horror reimagining Capt Sir John Franklin’s real-life lost Arctic expedition continues. As provisions begin to dwindle and lead poisoning sets in, the officers change tack, before Capt Crozier (Jared Harris) makes a big decision. Elsewhere, a flashback to 1845 sheds light on Hickey’s past. Hannah J Davies

DNA Journey

9pm, ITV

The family history show continues with father and son Martin and Roman Kemp, who are a likable team with stark differences in their upbringings. Roman checks out tales of his mum’s palace-dwelling Egyptian ancestors, while Martin returns to his roots in Islington, where he experienced poverty rather than privilege. Hannah Verdier

First Dates Hotel S6 Ep1 - Staff Outside Main Hotel Entrance
Love in the sun … staff outside the entrance of the First Dates Hotel. Photograph: Channel 4

First Dates Hotel

9pm, Channel 4

The daters have skipped travelling restrictions in this new series of First Dates Hotel, as Fred Sirieix welcomes a new batch of Brits looking for love in the sun. First up, 24-year-old Thalia hopes to overcome her phobia of kissing, while Tony, a widower, encounters political differences with his date, Lesley. AK

Predator: Catching the Black Cab Rapist

9pm, Channel 5

John Worboys committed more than 100 sexual assaults on women over a period of eight years, this programme states. He might have been stopped earlier, had the Met police acted on the testimony of an anonymous witness. She shares her story here, alongside police interview tapes of the investigation. Ellen E Jones

Film choice

John Wayne and James Stewart in action on the set of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.
John Wayne and James Stewart in action on the set of The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. Photograph: Rex/Shutterstock

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (John Ford, 1962), 2.35pm, Sky Cinema Greats
John Ford’s masterly western introduces a late note of cynicism to his romantic vision. It is about how James Stewart brings law and literacy to the town of Shinbone; his confrontation with a villain (Lee Marvin); rancher John Wayne’s part in it; and how the truth gets lost. Paul Howlett

Live sport

World Golf Championships 3pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Opening day’s coverage.

World Cup Football: Belgium v Wales 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Group E qualifying match at Den Dreef in Leuven.

Hockey: Ottawa Senators v Calgary Flames 9pm, BT Sport 3. NHL North Division clash from the Canadian Tire Centre.

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