TV Tonight: Tony Slattery on his lost years

<span>Photograph: Noelle Vaughn/BBC/Sundog Pictures</span>
Photograph: Noelle Vaughn/BBC/Sundog Pictures

What’s the Matter With Tony Slattery?

9pm, BBC Two

One of Britain’s most recognisable comedians of the 1980s and early 90s, Tony Slattery later slipped into obscurity, plagued by a cocaine addiction and a reliance on alcohol. This powerful documentary follows Slattery as he tours a new one man show addressing his demons and disappearance from the public eye ahead of turning 60, as well as enlisting the help of Prof Guy Goodwin to see if he can attain a diagnosis for his mental health problems. Ammar Kalia

Stacey Dooley: Lockdown Heroes

7.30pm, BBC One

The lockdown documentaries continue as Stacey Dooley presents this special focusing on those who have been helping others during the pandemic. She celebrates a teacher, Charlotte, who is making personal protective equipment, and Jonathan who is supporting homeless people. AK

The Queen: Inside the Crown

9pm, ITV

This film looks back at some of the most notable events in the 68-year reign of the Queen, from her coronation and stewardship of the Commonwealth to various encounters with world leaders. As well as celebrating the monarch’s past, it comes bang up to date with her 2020 address to the nation. Graeme Virtue

Paddington: A Year on the Tracks

9pm, Channel 5

London’s perennially busy Paddington station is the subject of this continuing observational documentary series. We travel back to last summer’s heatwave, where tracks need extra reinforcement and an unexploded second world war bomb is discovered, which almost caused chaos. Hannah J Davies

Gangs of London

9pm, Sky Atlantic

Traveller henchman Darren is holed up in a farmhouse in the country, a long way from the bloodcurdling violence of the capital. He should be safe there, but there’s no such thing in Gangs of London. So when a posse of mercenaries get wind of his presence, he’s put in danger. The body count piles up. Hannah Verdier

The Pirates of the Danube

10.25pm, Vice

Vice is out to investigate the continuing existence of pirates; not the swashbuckling kind but rather Serbian boat crews who make their living buying oil, fertiliser and ores from international boats to sell on the hidden economy. It is a rife business, and Serbian waters are some of the most contested. AK

Film choice

Marnie, 6am, Sky Cinema Greats

About as jaundiced a portrait of a “romantic” relationship as anything Alfred Hitchcock made: maybe the result of Hitchcock’s infamous obsession with his heroine. Tippi Hedren, fresh from The Birds experience, plays the kleptomaniac Marnie and Sean Connery is one of her dupes who blackmails her into marriage; suspenseful and disturbing. Paul Howlett