TV tonight: an odd hour in which Bear Grylls meets the Ukrainian president

Bear Grylls Meets President Zelenskyy

8pm, Channel 4

Sending a celebrity survival expert to Kyiv may seem slightly misjudged – but apparently President Zelenskiy invited him for an interview. Thankfully, throughout the hour, Grylls drops his dramatic TV persona and is empathic as he speaks to a journalist whose father died in the war and a civilian who became a soldier overnight. He then takes a walk with the president. Hollie Richardson

Anton & Giovanni’s Adventures in Sicily

9pm, BBC One

It’s the toe-tapping twosome we didn’t know TV travelogues needed: Anton Du Beke and Giovanni Pernice continue their journey in “the Saint-Tropez of Sicily” – Taormina. Then, at Mount Etna, Rose Ayling-Ellis is waiting to give her former Strictly partner a surprise helicopter ride. HR

Murder in Mayfair

9pm, BBC Two

In 2008, Norwegian student Martine Vik Magnussen’s body was found in a central London flat. BBC special correspondent Nawal Al-Maghafi shares her tense mission to track down and interview Farouk Abdulhak – the son of a billionaire whose flat it was, and who has never returned from Yemen to the UK to face questioning. HR

Celebrity Hunted

9pm, Channel 4

“This is worse than being caught naked,” confesses Ed Gamble to his Off Menu co-host James Acaster. Evading capture for 14 days, 10 celebrities do the unthinkable – try to blend in. But with Strictly’s Katya Jones and snowboarding Olympian Aimee Fuller commandeering an eye-catching scooter and sidecar, will they be able to dodge the CCTV? Danielle De Wolfe

The Diplomat

9pm, Alibi

The alternately soapy and gritty consular drama set in Barcelona reaches its penultimate episode. While the season-long terrorism subplot bubbles away in the background, stressed Laura (Sophie Rundle) and her embassy aides must untangle a nebulous incident near Sagrada Familia that has left a UK tourist on a ventilator. Graeme Virtue

Alan Davies: As Yet Untitled

10pm, Dave

The seventh series of the comic’s unscripted, unrehearsed chatshow continues with guests Stephen Mangan, Isy Suttie, Jordan Gray and Seann Walsh. Hot topics include lateness, why gravy jugs are called “boats” and what “jizz” means in bird-spotting lingo. It’s scrappy, but not without laughs. Alexi Duggins

Live sport

Under-21s international football: England v Croatia 7.30pm, BBC Three. A friendly at Fulham’s Craven Cottage.