Football troll hunt: Jermaine Jenas
Documentaries like this are have become a hallmark of the age of social media. That doesn't make them any less useful, of course - as long as abuse is spread online, it needs to be highlighted. Here, Jermaine Jenas examines racial abuse in the spotlight. 'against footballers, who soared during the lockdown and peaked after the Euro 2020 final. What more can the police (and social media companies themselves) do? And Jenas can he confronted a troll in a face to face meeting? Phil Harrison
19:25, PBS America
Based on the so-called "Auschwitz Album" - a series of administrative photos taken bySS sergeant Bernhard Walter - this documentary recreates a typical day in death camp life. It reveals the appallingly clinical routine at the heart of the murder and yet manages to humanize the victims. A tough but necessary watch. PH
20h, BBC Two
The hirsutes make their way to Cumbria - and Barrow-in-Furness, where Dave grew up. Here they help out on the Growing Well farm, where “they don't just feed the soil, but the volunteers as well”. Elsewhere, they meet Michelin-starred chef Hrishikesh Desai and sample Morecambe Bay shrimp. Ali Catterall
9 p.m., BBC Two
The two-part concluding episode following the Marie Gentles Child Behavior Enlightened Project at Milton Hall Elementary School. Open episode viewersrture will have found themselves invested in the charming but defiant Oscar, six years old; tonight it's reaching a crisis point, but could that moment be turned into a breakthrough? PH
9 p.m., ITV class
How is Jimmy Savile get away with it so long? Since his death ten years ago, this is a question that has surely tormented television executives and law enforcement officials. This documentary travels through old ground in search of answers. A chilling reminder of the veneer of respectability Savile built around him. PH
9 p.m., Channel 4
Dance in a church, build a sand bridge topped with an egg and use a puits to make a 30 second short: these are some of the tasks of another edition of the show where no comedian does as funny as the host, Greg Davies, reacting to it. Which is good, because Davies is hilarious. Jack Seale
The Babadook (Jennifer Kent, 2014), 9 p.m., BBC Four
A classic example of the monster as a phor, writer-director Jennifer Kent's 2014 film is also a scary horror jump. Essie Davis is convincingly concerned as Amelia, the sleep-deprived single mother of Noah Wiseman's Samuel, who is certain the Babadook, a black-robed creature in a mysterious children's picture book, comes. look for his mother. The truth is withheld long enough to leave the trauma unresolved and parental guilt subtext (Amelia's husband is dead).surrendered in a car accident taking her, pregnant with Sam, to the hospital) to play in their relationship. Simon Wardell
Cricket: Australia v India 9:15 am, BT Sport 1. The opening match of the series.
Darts: world grand prix 7 p.m., Sky Sports Main Event. The quarter-finals of the Morningside Arena in Leicester.