TV tonight: the return of sister act Sharon Horgan and Aisling Bea

This Way Up
10pm, Channel 4

Aisling Bea’s delightfully observed comedy on her character Aine’s life after a nervous breakdown returns for a welcome second season. We begin with romance on the cards as Aine’s student Etienne (Dorian Grover) heads for Paris, leaving a date with his father Richard (Tobias Menzies) on the cards. Meanwhile, sister Shona (Sharon Horgan) is feeling displaced as she moves into her palatial new home outside London without fiance Vish (Aasif Mandvi), who is on a work trip to New York. Ammar Kalia

The Repair Shop
8pm, BBC One

Who knew that watching skilled craftspeople patiently put things back together could be so spiritually restorative? The heirlooms given a second lease of life tonight include a beloved doll, a vintage acoustic guitar and a sculpture that took an unexpected knock during an earthquake. Graeme Virtue

Craig and Bruno’s Great British Road Trips
8pm, ITV

Strictly judges Craig Revel Horwood and Bruno Tonioli swap the dancefloor for the driving seat in this new series, which sees them taking on six scenic routes throughout the UK. We open on the Cornish coast as the pair cruise through in a red Mini, passing by cliff faces and going fishing. AK

Grand Designs
9pm, Channel 4

Adrian loves concrete. So much so that in 2016, he managed to persuade his wife Megan that they should eschew cladding, carpets, plaster and wallpaper and live in an almost entirely concrete house. As this new series begins, Kevin McCloud revisits Sussex to check on their progress. Phil Harrison

Whiskey Cavalier
9pm, Alibi

FBI agent Will Chase (Scott Foley) is nursing a mighty broken heart in this new comedy-drama and sets about throwing himself into his work instead, foiling a weapons deal with partner Ray (Josh Hopkins). Yet a complicated series of double crossings soon leads him into the path of fiery CIA agent Frankie. AK

Storyville: Carlos Ghosn – The Last Flight
10pm, BBC Four

An ultimately thrilling Storyville film about how Carlos Ghosn, the former boss of Nissan who was to face trial in Japan for financial misconduct, fled the country. We learn in detail about a driven executive whose ambivalence about being liked was both a strength and a weakness. Jack Seale

Film choice

Accident (Joseph Losey, 1967), 1pm, London Live
Harold Pinter’s third script for Joseph Losey is a masterclass in understatement, making full use of Dirk Bogarde’s ability to project suave moral ambiguity. Here, he’s a married Oxford don whose life starts to unravel when a car crash punctures the civility of his country house in the middle of the night. Paul Howlett

Live sport

Rugby League: New South Wales v Queensland 10am, Sky Sports Main Event. Live from Sydney.

Cricket: England v India 6pm, BBC Two. Women’s T20 from The Cloudfm County Ground in Chelmsford.

Rugby Union: South Africa A v British & Irish Lions
6pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Tour match from Cape Town Stadium.