It can be difficult knowing where to start as the choice of programming can seem endless - these are some of the top picks this evening that deserve your attention.
The Graham Norton Show
The Graham Norton Show is a staple when it comes to talk shows - tonight, his guests include Tom Cruise (Jack Reacher, Mission: Impossible), Jennifer Connelly (Snowpiercer, Alita: Battle Angel) and Miles Teller (Whiplash, Too Old to Die Young), who will be discussing the upcoming release of Top Gun: Maverick, in which they all star. Additionally, Felicity Jones (On the Basis of Sex, The Theory of Everything) will also make an appearance to talk about her romantic drama The Last Letter from Your Lover.
Also in the line up is Wunmi Mosaku (Lovecraft Country, Luther) talking about the Bafta-nominated film His House, comedian John Bishop promotes his tour Right Here, Right Now and music from Years & Years, which is fronted by It’s a Sin’s Olly Alexander.
You can watch The Graham Norton Show at 10:45pm on BBC One.
The Flight Attendant
The Flight Attendant is a comedy-drama starring Kaley Cuoco, best known for her 12-year run as Penny on The Big Bang Theory. Flight attendant Cassie (Cuoco) wakes up one morning in a hotel room in Bangkok with a killer hangover, where she finds the body of a man who was on her last flight dead with his throat slashed.
In the newest episode, Cassie can feel Miranda on her tail and the FBI getting closer and so enlists the help of Max into a complex plan. Annie also has to repay a favour to a client, and Megan’s secrets threaten to come into the light.
You can watch The Flight Attendant at 9pm on Sky One.
Coronation Street is an iconic soap that has been airing since 1960, and focuses on the lives and relationships of working class people living on a street in Weatherfield, Manchester.
In this episode, Daniel asks Peter to postpone the wedding while Roy asks if he can do Carla the honour of walking her down the aisle. Elsewhere, Faye and Craig enjoy lunch in Speed Daal and Craig’s colleague, Jess, congratulates him on his new CID attachment. Brain reveals his intentions to report Cathy’s disappearance to the police.
You can watch Coronation Street at 7:30pm on ITV.
Churchill: Path to Victory
This new documentary series explores the life of former Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and in this latest episode, he arrives in the USA in 1941. Additionally, this newest episode also explores the Allies’ victory on D-Day.
You can watch Churchill: Path to Victory at 9pm on Channel 5.
In Food Unwrapped, food myths are tested and debunked, and in the first episode of season 19, the team are looking at coffee, cake and tinned tomatoes. How can we achieve that barista perfect coffee at home? Helen Lawal looks into the mysteries of instant coffee while Kate Quilton is in Italy learning about how to make the perfect panettone.
Matt Tebutt is in Italty too trying to discover why most tinned tomatoes come from the country.
You can watch Food Unwrapped at 8pm on Channel 4.
Trip Hazard: My Great British Adventure
Trip Hazard is hosted by comedian Rosie Jones, who is out to prove that you don’t need a big budget to have a good time. Jones takes her celebrity friends on a series of outings around Britain, like in episode one when she took Scarlett Moffatt (Goggle Box) on a trip around the Lake District. The episodes are also narrated by none other than Olivia Colman (The Crown, Fleabag).
In this second episode, Jones pairs up with fellow comedian Joe Wilkinson (Eight out of Ten Cats, Taskmaster) for a seaside adventure in the North Yorkshire coastal town of Whitby. The two check out the famed Jurassic Coast and enjoy a full gothic makeover in homage to the area’s association with Dracula.
You can watch Trip Hazard: My Great British Adventure at 8:30pm on Channel 4.