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Scarlett Moffatt launches her driving school


9pm, BBC One

From the producers of Chernobyl and the writers of Spooks, right here’s a five-part thriller that may fill the Comfortable Valley gap in our lives (effectively, it may possibly a minimum of attempt). The sensible Leila Farzad performs corrupt DCI Lou Slack, who struck a take care of Col McHugh (Andrew Buchan) practically 20 years in the past that might assist her profession and place him as the pinnacle of the Leeds prison underworld. They proceed to work collectively: Lou pretends to be negotiating a hostage state of affairs with one among Col’s lads throughout a raid when in reality she is asking him what the hell went fallacious, earlier than promising to take care of his canine Kiwi if he goes down. However on this week’s opener, a tragedy forces Lou to reassess the association. Hollie Richardson

Putin vs the West

9pm, BBC Two

The third and closing a part of this collection traces the unstable arc of latest historical past, from Donald Trump’s rise to workplace in 2016 proper as much as Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine a 12 months in the past. The speaking heads (of state) reflecting on political posturing and diplomatic deadlocks embrace Theresa Might, Boris Johnson, Nato’s Jens Stoltenberg and Volodymyr Zelenskiy. Graeme Advantage


6pm, Sky Children

Children’ TV with out squeaky voices is a blissful factor, whether or not you’re two or 32. BooSnoo is developed with the Nationwide Autistic Society and it’s an ideal second of reset to induce calm and naps. Rolling balls, cotton wool and little fluffy clouds mix with enjoyable music to captivate youngsters and provides mother and father a break. Hannah Verdier

Scarlett’s Driving College

8.30pm, BBC One

Scarlett Moffatt launches her driving school
On the street … Scarlett Moffatt. {Photograph}: Barry Pells/BBC/Frida TV

On paper, the true pleasure of Scarlett Moffatt – who lastly handed her take a look at after failing 13 occasions – organising a Teesside driving faculty are the bits the place she is taught by its instructors. Actually, her glacially gradual parking performs second fiddle to the cutely comedian real-life learners taught by a member of the family. This week, it’s Jess, whose stepdad Richard must be taught to say: “Look out for that van!” Alexi Duggins


9pm, ITV1

It’s disaster level for our three NHS frontliners within the penultimate episode of the drama – though isn’t “disaster level” a continuing state for working moms in underfunded hospitals? Catherine calls on her final reserves to face an interview panel on no sleep, and Helen should resolve the husband-boss state of affairs as soon as and for all. Ellen E Jones

The Final of Us

9pm, Sky Atlantic

Who’re the person and boy giving Joel and Ellie a gunpoint wake-up name? Cue a flashback – as a result of each character they meet alongside the best way has a cracking story to inform. In the meantime, Melanie Lynskey’s Kathleen remains to be on the relentless hunt for Henry. HR

Dwell sport

Premier League Soccer: Liverpool v Everton, 7pm, Sky Sports activities Foremost Occasion
The Merseyside derby at Anfield.