TV tonight: the Manchester Arena attack victim who grew up 10 miles from bomber Salman Abedi

Worlds Collide looks at the aftermath of the Ariana Grande concert bombing. Plus: Joe Lycett gets cooking with Aisling Bea in Split. Here’s what to watch this evening

Worlds Collide: The Manchester Bombing

9pm, ITV

Five years on from the bombing of Ariana Grande’s concert at the Manchester Arena, this two-part documentary takes a personal approach in examining the lives that were affected by the terror attack. Tonight’s episode concerns victim Martyn Hett, who grew up only 10 miles from bomber Salman Abedi. Hett’s friends remember his caring nature and we hear how both men’s lives turned out so differently. The second part, on Thursday, details the response of emergency services. Ammar Kalia

The Art of Architecture

8pm, Sky Arts

First in a new series examining some of the world’s most magnificent structures. Tonight, it’s the Norman Foster-designed Narbo Via, an elegant museum in Narbonne (the first Roman settlement past the Alps) in southern France, which houses a collection of Roman antiquities. Ali Catterall

Travel Man: 48 Hours in Split

8.30pm, Channel 4

Joe Lycett continues his new stint as the Travel Man, this week taking actor and his “spirit animal”, the comedian and actor Aisling Bea, to the Croatian city of Split. The pair arrive by speedboat before rustling up a traditional beef dish. They then visit the aptly named Froggyland: a museum of stuffed frogs. AK

The Split

9pm, BBC One

The central premise of The Split’s final season – can a divorce ever be friendly? – reaches intriguing depths this week as Nathan drops a bombshell on Hannah. Meanwhile, a grief-stricken Rose turns to the church for comfort, and Nina considers a house move. Henry Wong

House of Maxwell

9pm, BBC Two

The concluding episode in this dark series focuses on the aftermath of Robert Maxwell’s death. How will the financial chaos of his empire be revealed? Meanwhile, Ghislaine Maxwell is trying to rebuild her life in New York. “I’d like to think I’ll be able to do something positive,” she gushes. Oh well. Phil Harrison

Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over

10pm, W

Stacey Dooley continues her mission to implement the strangest sleepover scenarios Britain has to offer. Tonight, she is spending the weekend with controversy-courting former glamour model Carla Bellucci as she nears her 40th birthday. AK

Film choice

Wildlife (Paul Dano, 2018), 11.40pm, BBC Two
Actor Paul Dano’s directorial debut, co-written with Zoe Kazan, is a film of quiet desperation, tenderly extracted from Richard Ford’s novel. In the wide, lonely spaces of 1960s Montana, 14-year-old Joe (a watchful Ed Oxenbould) is dragged into the unresolved dramas of his parents. Prideful, fickle Jerry (Jake Gyllenhaal) takes a job away fighting forest fires, and the dissatisfied Jeanette (Carey Mulligan) uses the freedom to explore what life can offer her. But will that include her family? Simon Wardell