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TV tonight: Jared Harris stars as Capt Crozier in The Terror

Ammar Kalia, Jack Seale, Phil Harrison, Ellen E Jones and Paul Howlett
·3 min read
<span>Photograph: AMC/BBC</span>
Photograph: AMC/BBC

The Terror

9pm, BBC Two

This American horror anthology series from 2018 makes its debut on UK terrestrial TV. Based on Dan Simmons’ 2007 novel of the same name, which tells a fictionalised account of Capt Sir John Franklin’s lost expedition to the Arctic in 1845, it opens with Jared Harris as Capt Crozier, second in command of the expedition, who becomes concerned their group will be trapped in the Arctic ice as winter approaches. As Franklin (Ciarán Hinds) ignores his concerns, the group pushes forward, where disaster awaits. Ammar Kalia

Kirstie and Phil’s Love It Or List It: Brilliant Builds

8pm, Channel 4

Another retrospective compilation from reality home refurbishers Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer, looking at the best ways to tackle a life-changing build. This week’s focus is on extensions, with a replay of Karl and Paul’s renovated layout in their three-bedroom house in 2009. AK

Landscape Artist of the Year

8pm, Sky Arts

The final of this sedately charming competition takes the contestants to the sort of place where the winner might end up spending time: Trinity Buoy Wharf, a formerly derelict patch of the London Docklands that is now a creative hub. Stephen Mangan and Joan Bakewell observe the climactic brush strokes. Jack Seale

Fergie’s Killer Dresser: The Jane Andrews Story

9pm, ITV

A minor royal scandal is revisited in this documentary. It tells the story of Jane Andrews, the one-time dresser of Sarah Ferguson who murdered her boyfriend, Thomas Cressman, after he refused to commit to marrying her. The case is reappraised. Phil Harrison

Extraordinary Escapes With Sandi Toksvig

9pm, Channel 4

Toksvig’s jaunt around the UK’s finest holidaying spots ends with a visit to the Cotswolds with Bake Off judge Prue Leith. In the Wye Valley, the pair go foraging before stopping off at a luxury treehouse and indulging in some forest bathing. They also discuss Leith’s cooking career. AK

The Pandemic at No 47

10pm, Channel 4

There’s something Paddington-like about Paddy Wivell’s warm-hearted and oddly transporting portrait of a London street in lockdown. While his wife heads up the home schooling, the award-winning film-maker can’t resist picking up a camera to document chats with his neighbours. Ellen E Jones

Film choice

Wuthering Heights (Andrea Arnold, 2011), 12.50am, Film4
Andrea Arnold brings real conviction to Emily Brontë’s smouldering classic. This is the first version to make overt the latent suggestion that Heathcliff is African-Caribbean, emphasising the transgressive nature of his love for Catherine. It is a heavy, passionate, at times brutal rendering of the wild romance. Paul Howlett

Live sport

Ski jumping: The World Championships 4.05pm, Eurosport 2. From Germany, featuring the women’s HS137 event.

Scottish Premiership football: Livingston v Rangers 6pm, Sky Sports Main Event. From the Tony Macaroni Arena.

Test cricket: India v England 3.50am, Channel 4. The final game of the series from Ahmedabad begins.