Farage: The Man Who Made Brexit
9pm, Channel 4
The director Christian Trumble paints a convincing picture of Nigel Farage not as a pint-drinking caricature in a pinstripe suit, but rather a canny political operator in the months following his success with the Brexit party in the 2019 European elections. As Boris Johnson is seen readying the Conservative party for another general election, Trumble documents Farage’s loosening grip on power and questions his continuing motivation for putting himself in the spotlight. Ammar Kalia
9pm, BBC Two
More backstory for Michael Sheen’s prissy angel, Aziraphale, and David Tennant’s louche demon, Crowley, as this adaptation of the Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett novel continues. From Noah’s ark to the crucifixion, the pair have plenty of shared history. This series has proved as inventive as its provenance suggests. Phil Harrison
White House Farm
Stephen Graham’s florid Welsh accent is the unrivalled star of this true-crime series, but there are other great performances besides. Mark Addy is a revelation as Stan Jones, the detective who remains dogged even as evidence goes astray, the funerals approach and Jeremy sells off the Bambers’ estate. Ellen E Jones
9pm, Sky Crime
When the rapper Tupac Shakur died after a drive-by shooting in 1996, conspiracy theories abounded about whether his long-time rival the Notorious BIG was to blame, following their very public feud. This two‑hour special delves into all the theories, from the ridiculous to the possibly believable. AK
10pm, Sky One
With their space cruise on track to last an interminable three years – rather than eight weeks – after it was knocked off course, Captain Ryan Clark (Hugh Laurie) has a difficult task on his hands: reassuring his injured and angry passengers, as well as having to preside over a chaotic onboard funeral. AK
Auschwitz Untold: In Colour
10.30pm, Channel 4
Freshly colourised film is the selling point of this documentary, although the interviews with 16 survivors of the camp do the most to make the Holocaust vivid once more. We begin by focusing on the Polish ghettos and a looming threat across eastern Europe, before witnessing harrowing images from the “Auschwitz album”. Jack Seale
Daphne (Peter Mackie Burns, 2017), 10.50pm, Film4
Emily Beecham’s Daphne – a restless, spiky young chef embracing all that London has to offer in terms of coke, sex and booze – has been compared to Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag, but without the laughs. It is an arresting debut from Peter Mackie Burns and Beecham’s performance excels in its vulnerability. Paul Howlett
T20 cricket: New Zealand v India 7am, Sky Sports Main Event. The third in a five-match series.
EFL Cup football: Manchester City v Manchester United 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Semi-final, second-leg coverage from the Etihad Stadium.
Scottish Premiership football: St Johnstone v Celtic 7pm, BT Sport 1. The league leaders visit Perth.