TV tonight: Johnny Vegas and Griff Rhys Jones take a deadly coach trip

Murder on the Blackpool Express

9pm, BBC Two

Airing on a network channel for the first time (it debuted on Gold in 2017), this caper about an eventful coach trip to Blackpool has a great comedy cast including Johnny Vegas, Nina Wadia, Nigel Havers, Griff Rhys Jones, Sheila Reid and Una Stubbs. Vegas is the driver who grows suspicious as the number of passengers dwindles. Who’s bumping them off? Tour organiser Gemma (Sian Gibson) helps solve the mystery. Hollie Richardson

Joanna Lumley’s Spice Trail Adventure

9pm, ITV1

The indefatigable actor continues to get stuck in on her latest blockbuster travelogue, journeying through the regions that shaped the spice trade. This week she is in India, the country of her birth, marvelling at cities such as Hampi – once a hub of global trade – and watery, verdant Kerala. Hannah J Davies

Extraordinary Escapes With Sandi Toksvig

9pm, Channel 4

The final one of Sandi’s pleasant celebrity holidays sees her travelling to Donegal with comedian Doon Mackichan. The pair meet miniature cows, go for a chilly dip in the north Atlantic and serenade each other on the piano in a charmingly bucolic cottage. It’s nice work if you can get it. Phil Harrison

The Lionesses: A League of Their Own Special

9pm, Sky Max

It’s nearly that time – women’s football fever is palpable as the World Cup, held in Australia and New Zealand, approaches (it kicks off on 20 July). To get the nation in the mood, former Lioness Jill Scott guides comedians Maisie Adam and Katherine Ryan through what it takes to be a world-beating footballer. HR

Awkwafina Is Nora from Queens

10pm, BBC Three

The joyfully cranky US sitcom continues its third season. While Nora consults a self-help manual and vows to find her own happiness by learning to help others, Edmund (Bowen Yang) comes to believe he’s part-Icelandic, prompting a chaotic trip to the homeland in the second half of the double bill. Jack Seale

Katie Piper’s Jailhouse Mums

10pm, W

In her latest visit to a women’s prison, Piper visits Decatur prison in Illinois. It houses one of only nine prison nurseries in the US, where children can stay with their mothers. Her empathy is clear, but she also asks if prison is the right place for babies. Hannah Verdier

Live Sport

Test Cricket: West Indies v India, 2.30pm, BT Sport 1 Day one of the first Test in Roseau, Dominica.