TV tonight: Keeley Hawes is on the holiday from hell in new BBC thriller


9pm, BBC One

Welcome to paradise … Well, that’s what Jo’s (played by Keeley Hawes) resort holiday with her toxic husband and a swimming pool overcrowded with loud kids is sold as in this new three-part thriller. But trouble arrives when gunshots are fired in the pool area and guests start running for their lives. Created and written by Louise Doughty (author of Apple Tree Yard), this tense thriller is propulsive from the off, with plenty of peek-through-your-fingers moments. Hollie Richardson

The Great British Bake Off

8pm, Channel 4

Still the best amateur makers’ elimination contest, Bake Off remains a bright light in a storm. Now it’s time to lose ourselves in illusion macarons and fruity crunches, because it’s biscuit week. The showstopper, a mask made of biscuits, is the moment when potential series winners start to emerge. Jack Seale

Storyville: One Day in Ukraine

9pm, BBC Four

Immediately haunting, this documentary opens with the camera rolling as the person holding it makes their way down the escalators of a seemingly empty metro station. At the bottom, we find the people of Ukraine sheltering for their lives. What follows is 24 hours of footage from 14 March 2022 to chart a snapshot of life after invasion. HR

Irma Vep

9pm, Sky Atlantic

With the shoot for Les Vampires wrapping up, Mira (Alicia Vikander) channels the spirit of her eponymous lead, while her agent secures her a role in London with a film-maker she admires. Regina is also going up in the world to become a director. But René seems unable to move on for now, in the series finale. Ali Catterall

Cunk on Earth

10pm, BBC Two

Diane Morgan is back as Philomena Cunk in this very funny mockumentary, asking the big questions about our planet and civilisation, such as: “Was the invention of writing a significant development? Or more of a flash in the pan like rap metal?” HR

Mel Giedroyc: Unforgivable

10pm, Dave

No rest for the wickedly funny: the former Bake Off host launches yet another series of her panel show this year, where comics confess their wrongdoings. The first in this third run (hot on the heels of February’s second series) sees Susan Wokoma own up to smashing up a Sunday school, and Rhod Gilbert admit to hitting his mum in the face with a cricket bat. Alexi Duggins