TV tonight: Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend on The Who Sell Out

Ammar Kalia, Hannah Verdier, Phil Harrison, Graeme Virtueand Simon Wardell
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<span>Photograph: Keystone/Getty Images</span>
Photograph: Keystone/Getty Images

The Who Sell Out: Classic Albums
9pm, Sky Arts

A welcome return to the Classic Albums series, which has seen artists and their producers pick apart bestselling records including everything from Amy Winehouse’s Back to Black to Nirvana’s Nevermind and The Beach Boys’ Pet Sounds. Starting this new series is The Who with a deep dive into their 1967 album The Who Sell Out. Roger Daltrey and Pete Townsend recount the making of hits like I Can See For Miles and their attempts to ape the pirate radio stations of the time. Ammar Kalia

Food Unwrapped
8pm, Channel 4

More culinary investigations as this week Jimmy Doherty is in India on the trail of staple spice turmeric, while Kate Quilton is in a chocolate factory to find out how much milk goes into our chocolate bars, and Andi Oliver heads to the bathroom to find out why asparagus can make our pee so pungent. AK

Trip Hazard: My Great British Adventure
8.30pm, Channel 4

Rosie Jones continues her travelogue around the UK’s lesser-known holiday locations, alighting this week at Norwich with comic Jamali Maddix. The pair take in the city’s grand cathedral and try a spot of 18th-century folk dancing before feeling the buzz at a wine-tasting in a local vineyard. AK

The Flight Attendant
9pm, Sky One

The hugely entertaining comedy drama starring Kaley Cuoco as boozy but resourceful cabin crew worker Cassie romps on. Cassie has recruited Buckley to accompany her on her latest binge – which inevitably ends in tears. Meanwhile, Miranda is getting closer to finding Cassie. Phil Harrison

St George’s Day at the BBC
10pm, BBC Four

Following on from Welsh and Irish-themed editions last month, another lively trawl through the musical archives. This full English clipfest features musicians inspired by the nation’s history, landscape and culture including Elton John, Steeleye Span’s Maddy Prior, Joe Strummer and many more. Graeme Virtue

The Graham Norton Show
10.45pm, BBC One

Norton dishes up a “best of” tonight, with the usual impressive line-up of A-listers. Both Toms (Cruise and Jones) are present, along with Kate Winslet, Felicity Kendal and Keeley Hawes. Bridgerton’s Regé-Jean “The Duke” Page brings the heat and there’s a chat with Orlando Bloom. Hannah Verdier


Ema (1.35am, Channel 4)

Mariana Di Girólamo’s peroxide-haired street dancer Ema is a force to be reckoned with in Chilean director Pablo Larraín’s fiery drama. What her motives are is rather more obscure, as the aftermath of a failed adoption with choreographer husband Gastón (Gael García Bernal) leads her into a cycle of destructive, guilt-ridden behaviour. Simon Wardell


Rugby Union: Bristol Bears v Exeter Chiefs 7pm, BT Sport 1
Gallagher Premiership match from Ashton Gate.

Premier League Football: Arsenal v Everton, 7.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event
Clash from Emirates Stadium.

Golf: The Zurich Classic of New Orleans, 10.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event
Day two coverage.