TV tonight: John Wilson’s incredibly clever comedy finally reaches UK screens

How to With John Wilson

9.35pm, BBC Two

Season one of the documentarian’s clever life tutorials, told through deadpan narration over covertly filmed footage of New Yorkers, finally arrives on UK screens. In the first of tonight’s double bill, Wilson shares his observations on how to make small talk, and ends up making an unlikely, but touching, friendship with a Monster energy drink-swigging student during spring break. Hollie Richardson


8pm, ITV

DI Carol Farman (Bronagh Waugh) calls in not-really-retired Alex Ridley (Adrian Dunbar) when a young woman’s body is found on the bleak Pennine moors. It’s a moody murder drama to enjoyably while away a couple of hours – and yes, Dunbar sings us out with another jazz warbler. HR

The Capture

9pm, BBC One

Is Rachel (Holliday Grainger) planning to expose “correction” after all? And is she looking to recruit Isaac (Paapa Essiedu) as her willing accomplice? Don’t be so sure of anything just yet. The second season of the surveillance series continues to take a car chase of ridiculous U-turns (literally), and it’s damn good fun. HR

Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins

9pm, Channel 4

A new platoon of 14 celebrities arrive in Jordan to be shouted at by angry alpha males in muscle-fit T-shirts. The lineup is dominated by reality stars and influencers such as Pete Wicks and Amber Gill, and surely better-equipped athletes, including Dwain Chambers and Jonathan Broom-Edwards. The early frontrunner: 61-year-old Fatima Whitbread. Jack Seale

RuPaul’s Drag Race Down Under

9pm, BBC Three

Australasian drag at its finest. Tonight sees the queens sell, sell, sell – and it’s not just their souls to the devil for a spot in the final. Crafting the ultimate advertisement, the contestants turned tour guides showcase their home towns – the royal way. Danielle De Wolfe

Mind Over Murder

9pm, Sky Crime

This true-crime series is a deep dive into the harrowing case of the so-called Beatrice Six – a group who, in 1989, were convicted of the 1985 rape and murder of Helen Wilson. In 2009, they were exonerated by DNA evidence, despite five of them having confessed. Director Nanfu Wang does a sensitive job of unpicking a complex affair. Phil Harrison

Film choice

The Incredibles, 3.50pm, BBC One

Pixar’s affectionate ode to the superhero comic and James Bond movies gives its heroic couple probably the hardest mission of their lives: childcare. After the “supers” are forced to retire, Mr Incredible and Elastigirl – AKA Bob and Helen Parr – settle down into a humdrum life of office work, wrangling three kids and trying not to use their powers to fight crime. It can’t last, of course, and Brad Bird’s animated adventure has great fun with their faltering return to action, amid secret lairs and island hideouts Bond designer Ken Adam would have been proud of. Simon Wardell

Live sport

Premier League Football: Brighton v Leicester, 2pm, Sky Sports Main Event At the Amex Stadium. Followed by Man United v Arsenal at 4pm.