TV tonight: a domestic travelogue with a difference Television and radio

Trip Hazard: My great British adventure

20.30, Channel 4

Comic Rosie Jones goes through the rite of a British TV personality presenting her debut travelogue, traveling every week with a famous friend to a new destination in Great Britain. Tonight, the comedian, who has cerebral palsy, is joined by me and Queen of Fame Scarlett Moffatt for sightseeing the Lake District. The couple draws poetic inspiration from William Wordsworth’s former home before spending the night in a stable full of horses and trying their hand at making sausages. Ammar Kalia

Food without packaging

20:00, Channel 4

The team that unwrapped the food returned to a new series of culinary investigations. Helen Lawal is on the case of cappuccino foam in a factory that prepares instant coffee, while Matt Tebbutt reveals the secret of a good canned tomato in Naples, and Kate Quilton learns how panettones can last from Christmas presents until spring. AK

The most picturesque river trips in the world

20:00, Channel 5

Bill Nighy recounts this soothing series guiding us through the picturesque waterways of the world. Tonight we are in Scotland and the Spey River, passing through the Highlands to where the river meets the North Sea. Along its shores we witness wild bathers and flycatchers. AK

A surprise is in preparation for Cassie (Kaley Cuoco) in “Stewardess.” Photo: Warner Bros.


21:00, Sky one

This is the fourth episode of the ominous but lively comedy-thriller starring Kaley Cuoco, which is millions of miles away from her burglary of the role of Penny in The Big Bang Theory. Cassie discovers that Lionfish and the Falcons have flown to Maine every week, but when she packs a slot while working on a plane, there is a big surprise. Hannah J Davies


21:00, Sky Atlantic

More condensed horror from the German series that is now gradually showing its teeth. A serious injury befell Yuri, who realized that the building was to blame and then began to wonder who lived there. Ever a prosaic fixer, his transitional father Jaschek continues to put on CCTV. Jack Seale

A play by Graham Norton

22.45, BBC One

Norton’s always-trusted chat haven once again brings guests from the A-list, and Tom Cruise joins him to discuss Top Gun: Maverick. Actors Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller, Wunmi Mosaku and Felicity Jones are also available, while the music comes from the colonization of Olly Alexa’s charisma. Hannah Verdier


Anne-Marie Duff and Carey Mulligan in Suffragette
Anne-Marie Duff and Carey Mulligan become radical in Suffragette. Photo: Allstar / Focus Features

Suffragette (Sarah Gavron, 2015), 18.50, Film4
Carey Mulligan, an Oscar nominee for The Promising Young Woman 2020, is an equally powerful figure in Sarah Gavron’s excellent 1912 drama about the fight for British suffrage. Her laundry worker was inspired by a friend (Anne-Marie Duff) to join the campaign, but those in power are not easy to shake. Simon Wardell


Premier League Football: Fulham – Wolverhampton Wanderers, 7.30 pm, BT Sport 1
Live from Craven Cottage.
International Football: France v England, 20:00, BBC Four
Friendly match at Stade Michel-d’Ornano in Caen.

Virtual Grand National 2021, 20:00, ITV4
Randox Grand National computer predictions.