WHAT can’t you skip on TV tonight? Our beam to the must-see shows…
Shetland, 9pm, BBC One
Expect retribution, foresight and a doom-laden soundtrack as Douglas Henshall (right) earnings as DI Jimmy Perez in the six-part fourth series of the Scottish crime drama.
The environment is lifelike but the residents of Shetland have no closet space, interjection to all the skeletons rattling around.
A new poser sees a internal man, Thomas Malone, expelled from jail on appeal.
He’s served over two decades inside for the 1994 murder of a teenage girl, but shortly another immature lady is murdered in a identical manner.
The tight-knit village are assured Malone is the killer, but what’s the truth?
Joe Wicks: The Body Coach 8pm, C4
Get your midget trees at the prepared – social-media luminary and aptness consultant Joe Wicks (left) is coming to the assist of people battling the gush in this moving two-part series, and the implausible transformations pronounce for themselves.
Not only is Joe a healthy host, he’s also an implausible motivator and gives good hugs to boot.
Save Money: Good Food, 7.30pm, ITV
If you’re cooking the same dishes any week, this part will strike a chord.
In Kent, the Puri family need culinary impulse – cook Matt Tebbutt’s (right) prawn, lemon and rocket risotto and spatchcock piri piri duck will do the trick.
Meanwhile, Susanna Reid (left), who knows about wanting a kickstart in the mornings, taste-tests several coffee.
Secret Life of Owls, 8pm, 5 SELECT (FREEVIEW 54, SKY 175, VIRGIN 152)
Birds of a plume group together as the old observant goes, and that’s positively loyal of the owls featured in this wildlife series on new Freeview channel 5Select.
Five class of the nightly creatures have done an deserted airfield in Essex their home.
A special camera supply annals stable owl Missing Claw and tiny owls Geronimo and Flo as they hunt, partner and lift chicks.
Elizabeth: Our Queen, 9pm, Channel 5
The second part of this mural of the Queen’s (above, in 1954) life concentrates on her first decade as Britain’s monarch.
We hear from two of her maids of honour on her Coronation day, who exhibit that a then three-year-old Prince Charles scarcely done off with the Queen’s climax after the ceremony!
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