TV tonight: Giles Coren and Monica Galetti explore more amazing hotels

<span>Photograph: Production/BBC Studios</span>
Photograph: Production/BBC Studios

Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby

9pm, BBC Two

Giles Coren and Monica Galetti return for a new series of luxury wanderlust, alighting in the pre-Covid world of the Caribbean and trying out the verdant forest hotel Jade Mountain in St Lucia. Nestled into a cliff face, the 29 bedrooms have no external walls, exposing them to the balmy elements and breathtaking views, at a price of up to £2,700 a night. Coren tries his hand as a personal butler, while Galetti pitches in as a beach helper, serving demanding guests. Ammar Kalia

George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces

8pm, Channel 4

In this special episode, Clarke takes a break from tracking down ingenious small builds and revisits his first big project, converting a broken-down caravan into a holiday home for himself and his family. He recounts the process of the redesign, as well as the inspiration he has drawn from other conversions. AK

Adrian Dunbar’s Coastal Ireland

8pm, Channel 5

As we await a new series of Line of Duty, this series offers a showcase of the actor chiefly known as Ted Hastings in more relaxed mode, as he travels the west and north coasts of his native Ireland. Tonight, he visits the scene of Marconi’s first ever commercial wireless message. Phil Harrison

Piers Morgan’s Life Stories

9pm, ITV

However you feel about breakfast telly’s blowhard-in-chief, his long-running series of profiles has teased out some interesting revelations from celebrities, including the definitive answer as to why Kim Cattrall will never return to Sex and the City. This latest batch begins with Towie alumna Gemma Collins. Graeme Virtue


9pm, Sky Atlantic

The drug-hustling drama continues, with the Lynwood family shattered and youngest son Chris stepping up to protect their assets. He gets a taste of the family business when he boards a cargo vessel shipping cocaine, in the hope that he can convince Don Minu his family are still able to operate. Hannah Verdier


10pm, Channel 4

This week, Stephen (David Mitchell) is on a mission to right one of his final wrongs before his father died: winning the pub quiz. With the John Barleycorn tipped to host, Stephen has to face the same team – the Brights –that beat him last time and is counting on a distracted Andrew (Robert Webb) for help. AK

Film choice

The Plank (Eric Sykes, 1967), 4.35pm, Talking Pictures TV
One of that rare breed – a funny British comedy film from the 60s – this was written and directed by Eric Sykes and features him and Tommy Cooper as two workmen trying to get a floorboard to a job at a house. A homage to the likes of Buster Keaton and Charlie Chaplin, it features slapstick gags aplenty and cameos from many familiar faces. Simon Wardell

Live sport

International T20 cricket: Pakistan v South Africa 10.30am, Sky Sports Main Event. Lahore is the venue for the first T20 in a three-match series.

PGA Tour golf: Pebble Beach Pro-Am 4.30pm, Sky Sports Golf. Day one from California.

FA Cup football 7.30pm, BBC One. Chelsea visit Barnsley in the fifth round. Wolves v Southampton is on BT Sport 1 at 5pm.