Tuesday night's unmissable TV includes a new series of Winterwatch on BBC Two with Chris Packham and co back at Norfolk's Wild Ken Hill.
Rules of the Game, starring Maxine Peake, airs its final two episodes on BBC One this week where we'll find out more about who died in reception in episode one.
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Topical documentary Ghislaine, Prince Andrew & the Paedophile takes a closer look at the royal scandal and the story from the US side with Ranvir Singh on ITV.
We'll also be discovering more about The Secret Life of Our Pets on ITV, while Ben Fogle travels to Greece for Channel 5's New Lives in the Wild.
The best things to watch on TV tonight, Tuesday 18 January, 2022
Winterwatch - BBC Two - 8pm
The first in the 2022 instalments of the popular BBC wildlife series starts tonight as Chris Packham, Michaela Strachan and Iolo Williams explore the season's nature.
In this series, the team are back at Wild Ken Hill in Norfolk where they'll be tracking stoats, otters and wading birds amongst other wildlife, while Williams visits the Isle of Mull.
Rules of the Game - BBC One - 9pm
The second half of BBC's drama about toxic workplace culture begins this week as Maxine Peake's sportswear COO Sam struggles to balance her home and work life, especially as revelations about the company keep coming thick and fast.
We'll also learn who it was that died in reception at the start of the series.
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Ghislaine, Prince Andrew & the Paedophile - ITV - 9pm
It's the royal scandal that keeps rumbling on and as Ghislaine Maxwell awaits sentencing in New York, presenter Ranvir Singh delves into the murky story.
She looks at how the privileged socialite ended up linked with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein and what Prince Andrew's part in their web of famous contacts was.
The Secret Life of Our Pets - ITV - 8pm
Pet owners will love this series, tonight looking at the hidden depths of domestic animal intelligence.
Tortoises can solve mazes, rats can drive racing cars, rabbits can play basketball, and there's even a dog who develops a sympathy limp while its owner is injured.
Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild - Channel 5 - 9pm
Outdoor enthusiast Ben Fogle continues his series meeting the people who've done what many dream of - leaving urban life behind for a home in the wilderness.
Tonight, he spends time with Brit Sandy who has moved to a Greek island far from the usual tourist hotspots and set up an animal shelter high on a hilltop.
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