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Hard-hitting documentary Savile: Portrait of a Predator airs on ITV tonight with some of the disgraced presenter's former colleagues opening up on their experiences of working alongside him.
Over on BBC Two, two-part documentary Don't Exclude Me concludes with an uplifting look at how Marie Gentles is helping primary school children manage their behaviour.
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Later in the evening, Channel 4 follows Jermaine Jenas on an investigation into the social media users who abused Black players on the England football team over the summer in Hunting the Football Trolls.
Get some garden inspiration from Carol Klein's new series on Channel 5, while surreal dating show Sexy Beasts returns to Netflix for a second series.
The best things to watch on TV on Thursday, 7 Octover, 2021
Savile: Portrait of a Predator - ITV - 9pm
A chilling look at how prolific late sex offender Jimmy Savile engineered his career and lifestyle to give him the opportunity to abuse.
Savile died 10 years ago this month, and the documentary interviews those who worked alongside him, investigated his crimes after his death, and some of his victims over the decades he was abusing in plain sight.
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It's an uncomfortable watch as the obvious blind eyes turned to his actions are put under the spotlight.
Don't Exclude Me - BBC Two - 9pm
The incredibly skilled behaviour expert Marie Gentles concludes this two-part series working alongside some of the most troubled students at a primary school to prevent them from being excluded.
Uplifting and inspirational, the second episode shows Gentles achieving some breakthrough moments with children who had seemed out of the reach of help.
Gardening with Carol Klein - Channel 5 - 7pm
Horticulturalist Carol Klein is back for another series from her beautiful garden at Glebe Cottage in Devon.
She is a treasure trove of gardening tips for viewers, whether they're attempting planting on a grand scale or just starting out with a few pot plants.
Hunting the Football Trolls - Jermaine Jenas - Channel 4 - 10pm
Ex-footballer Jermaine Jenas investigates the racist abuse that players are subjected to, particularly England team members Raheem Sterling, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho after the summer's Euros final.
He speaks to football bosses about what can be done to stop trolling, as well as players about the impact abuse has had on them and also opens up on his own experiences.
Sexy Beasts - Netflix
It's one of the weirdest dating shows around, but the surreal Sexy Beasts is a hit with viewers and is back today for a second series.
Singles looking for love try to make a connection without letting prejudices about looks get in the way by dating whilst wearing some rather creepy creature masks.
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