TV tonight: the trippy story of Pink Floyd’s lost member Syd Barrett

<span>Have You Got it Yet? The Story of Syd Barrett and Pink Floyd on Sky Arts</span><span>Photograph: Jill Furmanovsky Archive</span>
Have You Got it Yet? The Story of Syd Barrett and Pink Floyd on Sky ArtsPhotograph: Jill Furmanovsky Archive

Have You Got It Yet? The Story of Syd Barrett and Pink Floyd

9pm, Sky Arts

“We wouldn’t have existed if it hadn’t been for Syd.” Pink Floyd’s Roger Waters, David Gilmour and Nick Mason, along with others, tell the legacy of Syd Barrett in this trippy documentary – from his promising Cambridge upbringing to dropping out of art school to start a band that would have a comet-like rise to stardom, and the excessive drug use that led to him to exit the band for a life of solitude. Hollie Richardson

Bettany Hughes’ Treasures of the World

6.50pm, Channel 4

The ultimate in prehistoric bling? Probably a gold penis sheath. That is just one of the priceless artefacts Hughes inspects in Bulgaria, a country rich with relics of Europe’s earliest cultures. She also sees historical echoes in the present, positing a connection between ancient Mycenaean traditions and wedding rituals in the local Pomak community. Graeme Virtue

Our Dream Farm With Matt Baker

7.50pm, Channel 4

The first hopeful tenant of the National Trust’s Wallington estate in Northumberland has been eliminated, and six applicants are left. The next nightmare task: hosting a group of schoolchildren at the farm. One plucky applicant also tries to fix a tractor for extra brownie points. HR

Abba: 50 Years of Pop

8.50pm, Channel 4

Much as we love them, hopefully this will be the last of TV’s Abba specials celebrating 50 years since Waterloo. The likes of Ulf Ekberg (Ace of Base), Dr Alban, Nina Persson (the Cardigans), E-Type and Benjamin Ingrosso dissect the Swedish supergroup’s success. HR

The 1% Club

8.55pm, ITV1

Play along at home with this common-sense quiz and you may discover you’re not as clever as you’d assumed. Still, host Lee Mack’s easy patter with his contestants proves there’s pride in belonging to the 99% too. This week: an avid ghost-hunter and a man with the exact same name as Mack’s grandad. Ellen E Jones


9.15pm, BBC One

The forensics drama continues, and the Dundee bomber has struck again. As it becomes clear that more attacks will happen, the pressure on the team intensifies. But is Jean hiding something? Traces makes all the right ominous, self-consciously serious noises but isn’t quite distinctive enough to stand out in a crowded field. Phil Harrison

Film choice

Triangle of Sadness, out now, Netflix

Swedish film-maker Ruben Östlund has seemingly made it his life’s work to satirise the bourgeoisie – from the nuclear family in meltdown in Force Majeure to the pretentious art-world crowd of The Square. In this out-there comedy, he takes aim at the fashion industry via two models, Carl (Harris Dickinson) and Yaya (Charlbi Dean). Vain, petty and insecure, the couple go on an Insta-worthy trip on a luxury yacht alongside a group of super-rich types. But they find themselves all at sea – in more ways than one – after a disastrous storm flips the power dynamic between the guests and the put-upon staff. Come for the extended vomiting scene, stay for the class war. Simon Wardell

The Lesson, 9.20am, 4pm, Sky Cinema Premiere

“Good writers borrow … The great writers steal.” These words from celebrated novelist JM Sinclair (Richard E Grant, fun to watch as ever) resonate through Alice Troughton’s sly mystery. Daryl McCormack’s would-be author Liam moves into his literary hero’s home to tutor his teenage son, under the eye of Sinclair’s wife Hèléne (a gnomic Julie Delpy). Schemes and secrets swirl around Liam, alongside debates on creativity and originality. The question of whose narrative will prevail keeps the tale simmering nicely. SW

Live sport

Snooker: The World Championship, 10am, BBC Two Day eight of the tournament. Continues on BBC One at 1.15pm.

Premier League Football: West Ham v Liverpool, 11am, TNT Sports 1 Everton v Brentford is at 5pm on Sky Sports Main Event; Aston Villa v Chelsea at 7pm on TNT Sports 1.

Premiership Rugby Union: Harlequins v Northampton, 3pm, TNT Sports 1 At Twickenham Stadium.

Women’s Six Nations Rugby: France v England, 4.20pm, BBC One Marlie Packer leads the visitors in the crunch match of the tournament.

Women’s Champions League Football: Chelsea v Barcelona, 5.30pm, TNT Sports 3 The semi-final second-leg match.

• The subheading of this article was amended on 27 April 2024. An earlier version suggested Syd Barrett was still alive; he died in 2006.