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Death in paradise

9 p.m., BBC One

If the thought of jumping out of a plane makes you uncomfortable, look away now. Tonight’s episode of the beloved crime drama follows the case of a paratrooper who appears to have been murdered mid-air. In order to solve the case, Neville (Ralf Little) and his team must explore the cutthroat world of social media – and we all know it’s far from heaven out there. Hollie Richardson

Monty Don’s Adriatic Gardens

7 p.m., BBC 2

This is the last in the series of Don’s journey around the Adriatic Sea. The final stage takes him to Greece’s greenest island, Corfu, where he visits a spectacular garden created by an Englishman. Then, via Athens, he leaves Hydra – an island with which he has a personal connection. TIME

The Incredible Spaces of George Clarke

8 p.m., Channel 4

This week’s insanely compact gaffs include an old ambulance turned into a mobile ski lodge by Kay from Stockport, and an oil rig lifeboat owned by a man who wants his partner to live there with him, but will have to d first carry out a nice renovation. . Plus, Will Hardie’s UK tour takes on an African flavor in the Midlands. Jack Seale

A discovery of witches

9 p.m. Sky Max

There’s plenty of wacky fun to be had as this supernatural series comes to an end. Matthew (Matthew Goode) and Marcus (Edward Bluemel) hope to make contact with the latter’s children in New Orleans, while Diana (Teresa Palmer) and Phoebe (Adelle Leonce) search for the missing pages of the Book of Life in the British Library in London. Henry Wong

Homicide in New York

9 p.m. Sky Crime

It’s not the first crime documentary to reinforce the idea of ​​New York City as a neon melting pot full of fascinating bad guys and cops, but it’s unusually blunt about it. The premise is simply that it brings together some of Manhattan’s worst murders, arguing that they couldn’t have happened anywhere else. JS

The Graham Norton Show

10:35 p.m., BBC One

Kenneth Branagh, actor and director of the upcoming Belfast movie (sure to be an awards magnet), joins Graham in the studio tonight. Plus, live music from Scottish singer Emeli Sandé, performing her new single, Brighter Days. TIME

Choice of movies

Jeremy Irons as Neville Chamberlain in Munich – Edge of War. Photography: Sarah M Lee/Netflix

Munich: On the Brink of War (Christian Schwochow, 2021), Netflix
We are here in the main territory of Robert Harris. The author’s interest in World War II and the spy game is well served by Christian Schwochow’s film of his novel, as George MacKay’s fictional civil servant Hugh Legat crosses paths with real-life characters, mainly Neville Chamberlain. Revolving around the Prime Minister’s relationship with Hitler on the eve of the conflict, it is a moving story of bravery and political maneuvering, with Legat and his old friend, German Foreign Ministry official Von Hartmann (Jannis Niewöhner), trying to expose Hitler’s warlike character. ambitions. Simon Wardel

A Hero (Asghar Farhadi, 2021), Amazon Prime Video
This Iranian drama deservedly won a top prize at Cannes last year for its director, Asghar Farhadi. Amir Jadidi’s sign painter Rahim, an ambiguous smile still flashing on his face, is in jail for non-payment of a debt. While on bail, he receives a purse containing gold coins found by his secret girlfriend. After returning it to the owner and being publicly celebrated for this selfless act, he discovers that no good deed goes unpunished, as his little lies – told to make things simple – put him in a hole he can’t get out of. to go out. SW

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