TV tonight: The case of Britney Spears prompts a tabloid reckoning

Framing Britney Spears

9pm, Sky Documentaries

Since its US premiere at the beginning of the month, this New York Times documentary has prompted a re-examination of the intrusive tabloid coverage of female celebrities in the early 00s. Archive footage provides a compelling argument towards Britney Spears’ mistreatment. Now showing in the UK, the film covers the origins of Spears’ controversial conservatorship, which has given her father control over her career since 2008, and her ongoing legal battle to oppose it. Ammar Kalia

Interior Design Masters With Alan Carr

8pm, BBC Two

Whether you like your living room a radioactive lime green or a chain-hotel shade of beige, there is something for everyone in this crafty contest, presented by Alan Carr and judged by the interiors journalist Michelle Ogundehin. The remaining eight work their magic on a wedding venue. Hannah J Davies

Secret Safari: Into the Wild

8pm, Channel 4

Growing up fast is a necessity for the animals of the Kenyan conservation area, if they are to survive in the wild. Do the young black rhinos Harry and Lucky have what it takes? Elsewhere, Teddy and Freddy must care for their wilder jackal siblings, while Alan, an alpha-male baboon, is threatened by a young upstart. Ali Catterall

Forensics: The Real CSI

9pm, BBC Two

As a detailed portrait of modern investigative methods, this sombre strand often succeeds, but tonight’s instalment is a tough watch. The fatal stabbing of a 15-year-old in Coventry – introduced via a harrowing 999 call – prompts West Midlands police to deploy their forensic arsenal to identify the killers. Graeme Virtue

Charles Hazlewood: Beethoven & Me

9pm, Sky Arts

Charles Hazlewood, the composer and artistic director of the British Paraorchestra, presents this personal history of Beethoven’s music, beginning with his 5th Symphony and an examination of the health conditions that affected the great composer’s work. The Paraorchestra also performs. AK

Music’s Dirty Secrets: Women Fight Back

10.45pm, BBC One

Tamanna Rahman presents this investigation into the #MeToo movement occurring in the music industry. Interviewing the ex-girlfriend of the rapper Octavian, Hana, who came forward with allegations of abuse, Rahman examines the burden of accountability on survivors. AK

Film choice

Frank Lovejoy Edmond O’Brien The Hitch-Hiker
On the road … Frank Lovejoy and Edmond O’Brien in The Hitch-Hiker. Photograph: Everett Collection/Alamy

The Hitch-Hiker (Ida Lupino, 1953), midnight, Talking Pictures TV
Lupino, the Brixton-born danger-woman in tough thrillers such as High Sierra, moves behind the camera to excellent effect. Her taut B-movie has two friends (Edmond O’Brien and Frank Lovejoy) travelling through Mexico and stopping for a hitcher, serial killer William Talman. Paul Howlett

Today’s live sport

Grand Slam tennis: The Australian Open 8.30am, Eurosport 1. Featuring the second of the men’s quarter finals.

Champions League football: RB Leipzig v Liverpool 7pm, BT Sport 2. The first-leg round-of-16 clash from Red Bull Arena.

Test cricket: India v England 3.50am, Channel 4. The final day of the second Test from Chennai.