TV tonight: the Food Unwrapped team find out about raspberries

Food Unwrapped

8pm, Channel 4

In this second episode of the new series, Matt Tebbutt is in Spain to find out how raspberries make their way to the UK without turning to mush, while Andi Oliver oversees an ingenious factory process of peeling and dicing onions to save our tears in the kitchen. Jimmy Doherty also travels further afield to Thailand to discover how banana blossom is turned from a potential waste product to an in-demand plant-based fish substitute. Ammar Kalia

World’s Most Scenic River Journeys

8pm, Channel 5

Swooping drone shots and Bill Nighy’s narration give this factual series an air of picturesque luxury, but its interest in individuals makes it more rewarding than that. A trip down the Po in Italy takes in swimmers, artisans and the Irish-Italian owner of a stately home. Jack Seale

Trip Hazard: My Great British Adventure

8.30pm, Channel 4

Rosie Jones continues her travelogue through the UK, exploring its less well known holiday hotspots with a trip to Whitby with fellow comedian Joe Wilkinson. The pair take in the Jurassic Coast while playing a round of mini golf, then try their hands at a spot of fishing out at sea. AK


9pm, Sky Atlantic

The slow-moving German horror series comes to an end with a revelatory double bill. Father and son Jaschek and Juri realise that the building is controlling its residents after it orders one of them to kill Juri. Meanwhile, a disturbing apparition brings on a confrontation with evil itself. AK

Britain’s Favourite 80s Songs: 1986

10pm, Channel 5

Peter Gabriel! Sinitta! The series celebrating the bestselling singles from more than 30 years ago continues with a look at what was topping the charts in the year that Casualty launched, Britain’s stock market was deregulated and Freddie Starr faced a hamster sandwich. Hannah J Davies

The Graham Norton Show

10.45pm, BBC One

Covid-19 has cemented Graham Norton’s reputation as a TV trooper – the king of chat has done a fine job of maintaining the bonhomie of his show in difficult circumstances. This compilation show offers highlights including Tom Hanks, Hugh Grant and Dolly Parton. Phil Harrison

Film choice

Event Horizon (Paul WS Anderson, 1997), 10.40pm, Sky Cinema Greats
It is 2047, and a little band of spacepeople are investigating the starship Event Horizon, which has reappeared after vanishing seven years earlier. Laurence Fishburne, Sam Neill and Joely Richardson star in a sci-fi movie in the void somewhere between Solaris and Lost in Space. Paul Howlett

Live sport

AFL: West Coast Eagles v Collingwood Magpies 11am, BT Sport 1. Fifth round match.

Rugby union: Northampton Saints v London Irish 7pm, BT Sport 1. Gallagher Premiership match from Franklin’s Gardens.

Premier League football: Everton v Tottenham Hotspur 7.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Clash from Goodison Park.