TV tonight: the seven main parties battle it out at the next election debate

<span>Julie Etchingham will host the next ITV Election Debate.</span><span>Photograph: Jonathan Hordle/ITV/REX/Shutterstock</span>
Julie Etchingham will host the next ITV Election Debate.Photograph: Jonathan Hordle/ITV/REX/Shutterstock

The ITV Election Debate

8.30pm, ITV1
Penny Mordaunt, Angela Rayner, Daisy Cooper, Stephen Flynn, Nigel Farage, Carla Denyer and Rhun ap Iorwerth have been confirmed as the representatives of the seven main parties (Conservative, Labour, Liberal Democrats, SNP, Reform UK, Green, Plaid Cymru) to take part in ITV’s second general election debate. Following last week’s Sunak-Starmer head to head, Julie Etchingham will again lead the hour-and-a-half discussion. Hollie Richardson

The Outlaws

9pm, BBC One
The twisted community service comedy continues to deliver non-stop action, with Rani (Rhianne Barreto) on the run from the police. Lady Gabby (Eleanor Tomlinson) is looking for a sperm donor – and finds a tall but hapless one on her doorstep. Meanwhile, Jessica Gunning’s potty-mouthed supervisor Diane is bringing out the great one-liners, as usual. Hannah Verdier

Chinook: Zulu Delta 576

9pm, BBC Two
Thirty years on from a helicopter crash on the Mull of Kintyre that killed 29 people, including numerous senior Northern Ireland intelligence experts, a two-part documentary opens with a lengthy tribute to those who were lost, delivered by their loved ones. An exploration of the mysteries surrounding the crash follows. Jack Seale

The Truth vs Alex Jones

9pm, Sky Documentaries

Alex Jones is the conspiracy theorist who, in 2022, was ordered to pay almost $1.5bn for falsely claiming that the 2012 Sandy Hook elementary school shooting was a hoax. This shocking documentary was filmed over four years, following the courtroom drama of the defamation lawsuits brought by the victims’ families. HR

Swamp Mysteries With Troy Landry

9pm, Sky History
A new season of critter-wrangling with the guy whose name is straight out of central casting: Troy Landry, the Louisiana-born “king of the swamp”, raised in a family that has hunted alligators for five generations. It starts with him tackling “voodoo hogs” – feral pigs that are tearing a local ranch apart. But is the ranch really cursed? Ali Catterall

We Are Lady Parts

10pm, Channel 4
The second fantastic series of the female punk band comedy, sealed by a Malala Yousafzai cameo, ends with a rocking double bill. The group are finally recording an album in a swish studio, but while success is in sight each member is dealing with something. It’s all set for a weepy ending. HR

Live sport

Golf : US Open, 12.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event
The first day of the major, held at Pinehurst Resort in North Carolina.

T20 World Cup Cricket: England v Oman, 8pm, Sky Sports Main Event
The Group B match at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in St George, Antigua.