TV tonight: in the boxing ring with Lennox Lewis

Lennox Lewis: The Untold Story

9pm, Sky Documentaries

Dr Dre narrates this overdue documentary on the heavyweight champion born in the UK and raised in Canada and famed for his bouts against Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield. Lennox chats and gives some colour to his usually straight-laced persona, while Tyson also puts their rivalry to rest, and Lewis’s former manager Kellie Maloney talks movingly about his acceptance of her coming out as trans. It is the archive footage of his remarkable fights that are the highlights, though. Ammar Kalia

The Great British Spitfire Restoration

8pm, Channel 4

Al Murray narrates this film following a team of aircraft restorers working over the course of a year to rebuild a 1943 Mk IX Spitfire. Lead restorer Peter Monk has a mammoth task on his hands, while one of its original pilots joins the crew for a tribute to those who lost their lives in the war. AK


8.20pm, BBC One

Is it the daughter rummaging in the attic or her stressed mum on a late-night drive who’ll end up in A&E this week? But the patients’ dramas play a small part in the action, as Ethan finally tells Fenisha about his condition and Faith acts quickly to avert disaster when things go wrong on a night out. Hannah Verdier

Keeping Faith

9pm, BBC One

The final season of the breakout Welsh drama reaches its penultimate episode and, as ever, Faith’s personal and legal lives are colliding. Can she assist ailing client Osian while dealing with her prickly ex Evan? And what exactly is the endgame for the tirelessly manipulative Rose (the fantastic Celia Imrie)? Graeme Virtue

Roy Orbison: Mystery Girl Unravelled

9pm, Sky Arts

Roy Orbison in 1967.
Roy Orbison in 1967. Photograph: Clive Limpkin/Getty Images

To celebrate what would have been Roy Orbison’s 85th birthday, Sky Arts screens this film made by his son Alex, recounting the making of his final album, 1988’s Mystery Girl. It is followed by the concert film Roy Orbison and Friends: A Black & White Night at 10.20pm. AK

The Jonathan Ross Show

9.35pm, ITV

Sometimes you look forward to the guest interactions as much as Wossy’s one-on-ones. What will Bake Off’s Prue Leith make of rapper turned chef Big Zuu? How will London Grammar land with Boy George? And what will the gloriously gabby standup Joanne McNally – previously on Ross’s comedy club – say about them all? Ellen E Jones

Film choice

Julia. Photograph: Moviestore Collection Ltd/Alamy Stock Photo

Julia, 6.50pm, Talking Pictures TV

Based on Lillian Hellman’s memoirs, Fred Zinnemann’s drama tells the story of the author’s relationship with a childhood friend who became an anti-Nazi activist in the 1930s. Jane Fonda’s Lillian is a long way from the hardheaded writer of legend, but Vanessa Redgrave as Julia is great. Paul Howlett

Live sport

Snooker: World Championship 10am, BBC Two. Day eight coverage from The Crucible, Sheffield.

Women’s Six Nations Final 1.30pm, BBC Two. England face France or Ireland in the rugby union decider.

Premier League Football: West Ham United v Chelsea 5pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Sheffield United v Brighton & Hove Albion at 7.45pm.