TV tonight: Lesley Sharp stars in an adaptation of a Swedish crime thriller

Before We Die

9pm, Channel 4

Based on the Swedish thriller of the same name, Before We Die stars Lesley Sharp as detective Hannah Laing, who has to seek out the help of a confidential source when her police partner and clandestine lover Sean (Bill Ward) suddenly goes missing, prompting a manhunt. Meanwhile, at home, her estranged son Christian (The OA’s Patrick Gibson) starts mixing with a very bad crowd indeed and soon finds himself embroiled in a police investigation of his own – one his mother is yet to find out about. Ammar Kalia

Location, Location, Location

8pm, Channel 4

Three years ago, schoolteacher Katy and comedian husband Charlie were searching for their first family home in Brighton; Phil discovers how they got on. And, after being diagnosed with a degenerative back condition, did “granny on the go” Janet manage to find a home in east London? Ali Catterall

The Great British Sewing Bee

9pm, BBC One

Winter Week brings flannel shirts, scarves turned into full garments, and, for the made-to-measure finale, party dresses. With time pressure and more robust judging starting to take its toll, there’s one big “wow”, at least two complete disasters – and Serena’s channelling Killing Eve again. Jack Seale

The Black American Fight for Freedom

9pm, BBC Two

Almost 60 years on from the passing of the Civil Rights Act in the US, this film examines the continuing racial inequality that plagues the country. Providing context to the global Black Lives Matter protests, we follow the key acts of legislation that had promised greater equality. AK

Johnny Vegas: Carry On Glamping

10pm, Channel 4

Two years on from his initial idea to set up a holiday park business, comic Johnny Vegas finally prepares for its grand opening in the final episode of the series. Covid might be receding but there’s still a few surprises in store: namely, his getting stuck on the roof of a renovated fire truck. AK

Scam City: Money, Mayhem and Maseratis

10.45pm, BBC One

Fresh from his documentary on Britney Spears, Mobeen Azhar investigates a story that’s closer to home: a British student whose foreign exchange trading empire and recruitment drive was part of an alleged multimillion-pound scam. Hannah J Davies

Film choice

Star and stripes ... Doris Day in That Touch of Mink.
Star and stripes ... Doris Day in That Touch of Mink. Photograph: Ronald Grant Archive

That Touch of Mink (Delbert Mann, 1962), 10.35am, Sky Cinema Greats
They don’t come much flimsier than this: tycoon Cary Grant pursues cute Doris Day back in the time when, apparently, good girls didn’t and Doris, pure as our recently driven snow, certainly won’t. Quite silly, but with two of the screen’s greatest charmers in tandem, it’s a delight. Paul Howlett

Live sport

German football 5.30pm, BT Sport 2. Yet to be announced Bundesliga relegation play-off.

Uefa Europa League football: Villarreal v Manchester United 6.30pm, BT Sport 1.
Final live from PGE Arena.

Baseball: Chicago White Sox v St Louis Cardinals 7pm, BT Sport ESPN. Inter-league match from Guaranteed Rate Field.