TV tonight: inside Romania’s first school for witches

Unreported World

7.30pm, Channel 4

Meet the coven of self-proclaimed witches who hope to open Romania’s first witch school – but there’s more to it than spells and superstitions. Half of the Roma Gypsy community live below the poverty line and thousands of girls and women don’t get an education. In Bucharest, reporter Ashionye Ogene examines this controversial way of addressing the situation, and speaks to a woman claiming to be Europe’s most powerful witch. Hollie Richardson

Beechgrove Garden in Winter

7.30pm, BBC Two

For the last episode in the current run, thoughts turn to Christmas (yep, it really is time) as Lizzie Schofield harvests willow for homemade Christmas wreaths. If you’re not quite in the festive mood yet, George Anderson has some tips on winter pruning. HR

Greatest Guitar Riffs

9pm, Sky Arts

Shred alert! This joyous new series assembles a murderer’s row of axe men (and women) to pay tribute to three guitar gods and their finest fretwork. Andy Summers of the Police and Heart’s Nancy Wilson are future headliners but it begins with Black Sabbath’s Tony Iommi – the one-time welder who invented heavy metal. Graeme Virtue

Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath
Shredding it … Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath. Photograph: Balázs Mohai/EPA

Two Doors Down

9.30pm, BBC One

The easy-watch neighbourly comedy returns and everybody is over at Colin’s for the surprise party he’s throwing for Anne Marie. But when an unexpected guest turns up on his doorstep, the gang are left stunned as they try to listen to the confrontation from the kitchen. HR


10pm, Sky Comedy

Paul and Ally are on holiday – you can tell that by Paul’s Man from Del Monte hat. The weather is gorgeous, the malbec is free-flowing and the hotel suite is “presidential”, so it’s the perfect opportunity to end a five-month dry patch. Which only makes them more stressed. Ellen E Jones

The Graham Norton Show

10.40pm, BBC One

Daisy Haggard is having a good week, what with this third TV appearance. The Boat Story and Breeders star will be joined by Jennifer Saunders, who is in Peter Pan at the London Palladium, and Take That, who have new music on offer. HR

Film choice

The Kill Room (Nicol Paone, 2023), Prime Video

The art world comes up against the mob in The Kill Room
The art world comes up against the mob in The Kill Room. Photograph: Amazon Studios

Uma Thurman’s struggling art gallery owner Patrice finds a way out of her financial straits when drug dealer Gordon (Samuel L Jackson) offers to launder money through her business. That involves his in-house hitman Reggie (a nicely underplaying Joe Manganiello) producing art under the pseudonym “the Bagman” – Reggie’s murder weapon of choice. In Nicol Paone’s enjoyable art scene satire, the venal world of collectors and gallerists bumps up against the cold-blooded hardline of mob land, especially when Reggie proves a bit of a talent. Simon Wardell