TV tonight: exploring the legacy of black power in Britain

<span>Photograph: BBC/Rogan Productions</span>
Photograph: BBC/Rogan Productions

Black Power: A British Story of Resistance

9pm, BBC Two

In the wake of a recent re-examination of the black power movement, thanks to Steve McQueen’s Small Axe series and the film Judas and the Black Messiah, this feature-length documentary aims to examine the legacy of the social justice movement in the UK. Rich archive footage illuminates the story of the Mangrove Nine – as fictionalised by McQueen – while activists from the era recount their memories of the ingrained racism of the time. Ammar Kalia

Sort Your Life Out

8pm, BBC One

It is a battle of the BBC Staceys this week as Solomon complements Dooley’s This Is My House with this series decluttering people’s homes. Each week, Solomon and her team of builders challenge a family to reorganise their home in only seven days. Up first is the Yaku family, with their thousands of toys. AK

The Dog House

8pm, Channel 4

We are back at the animal charity Wood Green with Rocco the jack russell, who has been struggling to find a for ever home. His high energy might be a good match for Zach, who needs a dog that can cope with his Tourette syndrome, while Friday, a terrier puppy, is drawn to nine-year-old Rohan. AK


9pm, Channel 4

Greg Davies puts the comedy gameshow contestants – Charlotte Ritchie, Lee Mack, Jamali Maddix, Mike Wozniak and Sarah Kendall – through their paces, while his helper, Alex Horne, takes notes. Ritchie wrestles with static electricity, Wozniak vaults a high fence and Kendall wears shoes on her knees. Ali Catterall

10 Years Younger in 10 Days

9pm, Channel 5

Love them or loathe them, makeover TV shows – whether themed around liposuction or living room decluttering – are here to stay. A case in point: this reboot of the 00s series 10 Years Younger, presented by Cherry Healy. This week, she meets Nick and Michelle, who are hoping to roll back the years. Hannah J Davies


9pm, Sky Atlantic

The bleak gangster saga based on Roberto Saviano’s book concludes. It has done a good job emphasising the precarity of the drug trade – and the ugliness at its heart. Accordingly, it has never risked glamourising the brutality. Don Minu and Manuel now must decide how much their power is worth. Phil Harrison

Film choice

Locke (Steven Knight, 2013), 1.35am, Channel 4
Knight’s gripping drama is set entirely inside a BMW on the motorway, the camera fixed on the face of Ivan Locke (Tom Hardy), a married construction manager whose calm is eroded in a series of phone calls: a woman he slept with tells him she is pregnant, while a building project goes pear-shaped. Paul Howlett

Live sport

Under-21s football: England v Switzerland 2pm, Sky Sports Main Event. European Championship match.

World Cup football: Scotland v Austria 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Steve Clarke’s men open their Group F campaign at Hampden.

World Cup football: England v San Marino 7.15pm, ITV. The opening Group I qualifier from Wembley.