TV tonight: Taskmaster returns for its 11th series


9pm, Channel 4

The Taskmaster himself, Greg Davies, and his trusty assistant, Alex Horne, return for the hit, absurdist gameshow’s 11th series. A new panel of comics are lined up to obey Davies’s orders, including Charlotte Ritchie, Jamali Maddix, Lee Mack, Mike Wozniak and Sarah Kendall. In this opening episode, Horne oversees the comics as they attempt to whip up some fashion for insects and undergo unusual airport security. Who will find the most ingenious way to complete their tasks? Ammar Kalia

The Dog House

8pm, Channel 4

We’re back at the Animals Charity in Wood Green, matching abandoned pooches with prospective owners. This week, yappy jack russell Rocco vies for the attention of Charnelle and Holly and their son, while Jess hopes to soothe her recent heartbreak with staffordshire bull terrier Gloria. AK

Bangers & Cash

8pm, Yesterday

If the return of Top Gear hasn’t fulfilled your motoring desires, worry not as the Mathewsons are back in their North Yorkshire garage, continuing this series revamping cars bought at auction. Here, the father and sons team take on luxury cars including a 1967 Crayford Corsair and a 1966 Ford Zodiac. AK

Billy Monger’s Big Red Nose Day Challenge

9pm, BBC One

It’s fair to describe racing driver Billy Monger’s 140-mile challenge as a gruelling one. Monger, who lost both legs in an accident, spent four days walking, kayaking and cycling 140 miles for charity and this special programme shows all the highs and lows he faces with determination. Hannah Verdier

The Secret Life of Sewage

9pm, BBC Two

Faeces? Yes please! This follow-up to the applauded Secret Life of Landfill sees Dr George McGavin and Dr Zoe Laughlin get their hands dirty on a more than metaphorical level as they explore sewage – a source of renewable energy that could also be used to power healthcare breakthroughs. Hannah J Davies

Piers Morgan’s Life Stories

9pm, ITV

Loose Women favourite Colleen Nolan joins Morgan (wonder if he’s been up to much lately?) to reflect on a long showbiz career. She made her stage debut at the age of two and achieved global pop stardom in the 70s as part of sister act the Nolans. But she reveals the family’s successes were tainted by the actions of her volatile father. Graeme Virtue

Film choice

Morgan Freeman and Clint Eastwood in Unforgiven.
Morgan Freeman and Clint Eastwood in Unforgiven. Photograph: Alamy

Unforgiven (Clint Eastwood, 1992) 9pm, TCM Movies
Clint Eastwood’s Will Munny, a gunman turned pig farmer, is tempted to do one last job. He sets out for Big Whiskey, where brutal Sheriff Daggett (Gene Hackman) rules with an iron fist. It’s a harsh, brooding western that questions the old myths and the genre itself. Paul Howlett

Live sport

Cricket: India v England 1pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Fourth T20 in the five-match series.

PGA Tour golf: The Honda Classic 5.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Opening day’s coverage from Florida.

UEFA Europa League football: Arsenal v Olympiakos 5.30pm, BT Sport 1. Last-16 second-leg match.