10pm, Sky Arts
Rubika Shah’s remarkable documentary charts the tumultuous history of the Rock Against Racism movement in Britain in the late 70s, following Eric Clapton’s endorsement of Enoch Powell. Through National Front-referencing archive and live gig footage, Shah paints a convincing picture of the racist undercurrents in the genre and nation, culminating in the founding of Rock Against Racism and their multicultural gigs featuring the likes of X-Ray Spex, Steel Pulse and the Clash. A spirited account. Ammar Kalia
Between the Covers
7.30pm, BBC Two
Sara Cox’s celebrity book club continues, this week featuring panellists Lolly Adefope, Ricky Wilson and Ellie Taylor discussing Ingrid Persaud’s Trinidadian family drama Love After Love. Game show aficionado Richard Osman also stops by to discuss his debut novel, The Thursday Murder Club. AK
8pm, BBC Two
Spring in the Mourne mountains, Northern Ireland, and the vets are attending to a range of cases. While Darren finds himself covered in lamb’s wee, Jennie attends to a calf with a limp and Maurice King, the founder of the Downe veterinary clinic, meets a loggerhead turtle who is far from home. Ali Catterall
Random Acts of Flyness
9.35pm, Sky Comedy
Terence Nance’s innovative sketch show is a musket shot of ideas and observations; deadpan but hyperactive, like a black Roy Andersson on TikTok. Tonight, a bad head of hair achieves sentience and we see the insidious racism behind the right to bear arms. Jack Seale
Later … With Jools Holland
10pm, BBC Two
The lockdown Later continues, with Jools inviting another special guest into his south London recording bunker to reflect on their musical journey and influences with the help of archive clips. This week it is the singer Paloma Faith, who returns to pop with her new single, Better Than This. Graeme Virtue
Five Guys a Week
10pm, Channel 4
The weeks just keep on coming and with them new helpings of entertaining singles; 51-year-old Sharon from Caerphilly, Wales, is tonight’s lucky bachelorette, hoping to find love after three previous marriages. Among the men on offer are cowboy boot-wearing salesman Zac and Lycra-clad cyclist Mark. AK
A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (Marielle Heller, 2019), 8pm, Sky Cinema Premiere
A film about a cynical hack who is turned to slush by the crinkly charm of a children’s TV presenter sounds horribly twee, but Heller’s entertaining and moving drama has substance. Tom Hanks was born to play the wise and caring Fred Rogers; Matthew Rhys is the writer whose Esquire sketch becomes a layered long read. Paul Howlett
Championship football: Derby County v Watford 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Head to head from Pride Park.
Rugby Union: Bristol Bears v RC Toulon 7.15pm, BT Sport 2. European Challenge Cup final at Stade Maurice David.
PGA Tour Golf: The CJ Cup 10.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Day two coverage from Las Vegas.
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