On another top day of telly, Charlie Brooker returns for a special Wipe, Gangs of London and Killing Eve continue, there's a doc about America's first female serial killer, many movies and loads more...

Pick of the Day

Charlie Brooker’s Anti-Viral Wipe, 9.00pm, BBC Two

In this one-off special, dystopian show dynamo Charlie Brooker returns to the Beeb for the first time since his Bafta-winning 2016 Wipe to take a look at life under lockdown.

As well as coverage of the crisis itself, the bould Charlie also explores what the public has been watching to while away the hours.

Guest contributors joining him, from a safe distance, include the ever-insightful Philomena Cunk and Barry Shitpeas. Unfortunately, those two couldn’t make a worse mess of their respective countries than Trump and Johnson.

Don't Miss

Gangs of London, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

As Gareth Evans’ ultra-violent drama continues, Elliot's loyalty is tested, and Sean throws a dinner to unite the two families.

Meanwhile, Alexander is asked to meet with an old contact.

If you missed this from the start, remember you can get up to speed on Sky's catch up service, where all episodes are available.

Killing Eve, 10.15pm, RTÉ 2

Last week’s episode ended with a welcome jaw-dropper. Let’s hope it gives a focus to this meandering and so far disappointing third season.

This week, Villanelle returns to Russia to try to find her family, hoping that perhaps a new connection to her roots will give her back what has been missing in her life.

Outlander, 10.15pm, More4

As season four continues, Claire and Jamie arrive at his Aunt Jocasta's North Carolina plantation. But when tragedy strikes, they find themselves caught between the law of the land and doing what is right.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine, 9.00pm, E4

A prank goes disastrously wrong, destroying a crucial piece of evidence, leaving the officers trying to solve the mystery - with the help of visiting Detective Dillman (JK Simmons).

New or Returning Shows

Snapped: Aileen Wuornos, 9.00pm, Sky Crime & NOW TV

This promises to be a special, in-depth look at the complexities of the case against the woman branded as America’s first female serial killer, Aileen Wuornos.

Nearly 18 years after her execution, questions still revolve around her claim of self-defence and whether or not she got the justice she deserved.

The Plane Crash, 10.00pm, Channel 4

If you're a nervous flyer, this isn't for you.

Scientists, pilots and aviation experts participate in a staged aeroplane crash in a remote area of Mexican desert, hoping it reveals more about what happens during forced emergency landings.

Pilot James Slocum will put a Boeing 727 passenger jet on a crash course, parachuting out before impact - with a former US Navy pilot then taking charge of the craft via remote control from a chase plane.

After the crash, experts will analyse the site, along with data collected from cameras, instruments and hi-tech crash test dummies, to learn more about what happens when planes are forced out of the sky.

The Real Marigold Hotel, 9.00pm, BBC One

Back after a week off last week (what do you mean you hadn’t noticed?), the group begin their second week in India, having settled into their new home on the coast of Puducherry.

Henry Blofeld is keen to find a cure for an old injury, so he and Paul Chuckle visit a local hospital where western medicine is combined with yoga.

Britt Ekland and Zandra Rhodes explore the spiritual side of their temporary home, while later in the week, some of the group catch the sleeper train to Madurai for the famous Chithirai festival.

Repeats of the Day

Discovering: Montgomery Clift, 5.00pm, Sky Arts

Largely forgotten nowadays, Montgomery Clift was both a great actor and a very handsome man, until a car crash crushed his looks and cracked his self-confidence.

Here’s a look at the life and career of the American actor, who starred in classic films such as Red River, A Place in the Sun and From Here to Eternity.

Here's the legendary Elizabeth Taylor talking about her great friend:

Cunk & Other Humans on 2019: Jumbo All-in-One Edition, 9.45pm, BBC Two

Philomena Cunk and other contributors take a look back at the major events of last year, including Brexit, climate change, Theresa May, Prince Andrew, Trump, Joker and Game of Thrones.

Ah, the good old days.

Earth From Space, 9.00pm, BBC Four

This is pretty brilliant.

Using cameras on the ground, in the air and in space, Earth from Space follows nature’s greatest spectacles, weather events and dramatic seasonal changes.

This is our home, as we’ve never seen it before. Well, unless you saw Earth From Space last time around.

Daytime Film Choices

The Pure Hell of St Trinian’s, 3.00pm, BBC Two

The fourth form monsters' latest trick is their best ever – they’ve managed to burn down St Trinian’s school!

As the girls stand trial, the police breathe a sigh of relief, but miraculously the judge's infatuation with a student means the school is freed. Which means a new reign of terror is on the horizon.

Mud, 6.15pm, Film4

Here’s a really good drama, starring Matthew McConaughey and Reese Witherspoon.

Two boys exploring an island on the Mississippi discover a fugitive has made his home there.

He tells them he is on the run from bounty hunters after killing a man, and needs their help to be reunited with his lost love.

Mission: Impossible - Fallout, 4.30pm, Sky Cinema Hits

Writer/director Christopher McQuarrie's sixth time in charge of the action thriller saga, starring Tom Cruise and Henry Cavill.

Ethan Hunt and the IMF team join forces with CIA assassin August Walker to prevent a disaster caused by mysterious arms dealer John Lark and a group of terrorists known as the Apostles.

Prime Time Movie Picks

Along Came Polly, 8.0pm, Sky Cinema Comedy

Romantic comedy, starring Ben Stiller, Jennifer Aniston, Debra Messing, Hank Azaria, Alec Baldwin and Philip Seymour Hoffman.

An obsessively cautious man, whose wife left him on their honeymoon, crosses paths with a wildly spontaneous former classmate who throws his well-ordered routine into disarray.

The Equalizer 2, 10.10pm, Sky Cinema Action

Action sequel that’s much better than the original, starring Denzel Washington, Pedro Pascal and Ashton Sanders.

Robert McCall divides time between cab-driving and looking after a young neihbour. When a CIA friend is murdered, the former black ops agent sets out to avenge her death, and winds up fighting for survival in his hurricane-battered home town.

Rocketman, 9.00pm, Sky Cinema Hits

Golden Globe-winning biopic that comes across as Carry on Elton, starring Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell and Richard Madden.

Elton John enters an addiction rehabilitation session, and recounts his life in a flashback, covering his days as young Reginald Dwight growing up in 1950s Britain.

He takes piano lessons, makes his way into the Royal Academy of Music, and hones his craft in local pubs before becoming one of the world's biggest pop stars.

Late Late Flick Picks

Something in the Air, 1.25am

In French, English and Italian, this drama’s about an idealistic student trying to reconcile his political beliefs with his artistic ambitions in a Paris still facing an uncertain future in the aftermath of the 1968 riots.

After his girlfriend breaks up with him, he falls in with a band of left-wing activists and joins them on an eye-opening journey through Italy.

Thunderbolt and Lightfoot, 2.00am, TCM

Hugely enjoyable buddy movie, marking the directing debut of Michael Cimino, and starring Clint Eastwood and Jeff Bridges, both of whom are in great form.

Retired bank robber John Doherty escapes a gunman with the aid of a young car thief, and together they go in search of the loot from the former crook's last job.

When they discover the stash is missing - and John's thuggish old partners are also looking for it - the pair decide to do a repeat robbery.

Greta, 1.25am, Sky Cinema Hits

Neil Jordan’s bonkers thriller, starring Isabelle Huppert, Chloe Grace Moretz and Maika Monroe, is excellent late-night viewing.

Waitress Frances McCullen gets more than she bargained for when she finds a handbag on a New York train and returns it to a grateful Greta Hideg.

The bag's owner is a lonely widow who hides her dark and sinister plan for Frances behind maternal charm.

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