WHAT can’t you miss on TV tonight? Our guide to the must-see shows…
Cold Feet, 9pm, ITV
David’s stretched when he attempts to ride to the rescue of two women.
He tries to help Karen fight off Benjamin’s takeover bid of her company, but they only have a week to find the necessary funds.
And Nikki requires some well-spoken white-knight heroics after David sees her husband George indulging in some very violent business practices.
Meanwhile, Adam (James Nesbitt, right) is on the warpath after a revenge- porn video of Tina (Leanne Best, left) surfaces online, but when he takes matters into his own hands, he makes things even worse and ends up driving a wedge between them.
The show continues to mix serious topics with laugh-out-loud moments with aplomb, and the highlight of the episode is Jenny and Pete recalling their own efforts at a sex tape. Excellent stuff.
NEW! The Graham Norton Show, 10.35pm, BBC One
Graham’s back for a brand-new series (let’s give him some credit: he may rake it in from the BBC, but this show never seems to be off air).
He’s got a stellar sofa-ful – as if the stars of the new Blade Runner film, Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling (l-r), weren’t enough, Graham’s also bagged Margot Robbie and Reese Witherspoon, while Bananarama provide the music.
NEW! Britain by Bike with Larry & George Lamb, 8pm, Channel 5
It’s Larry’s (left) 70th birthday, and to celebrate he’s cycling around Britain with his son George (right).
They begin in Yorkshire, where they make pork pies in Skipton.
It’s a pleasant travelogue, but what sets it apart is the touching relationship between the two of them, whether it’s Larry dragging George uphill or a debate about ferret racing.
NEW! A Celebrity Taste of Italy, 9pm, Channel 5
Five veteran stars – Judith Chalmers, Ian Lavender, Green Goddess Diana Moran, Johnny Ball and Rula Lenska (l-r) – head to Tuscany to enjoy a stint in the sun.
There are lessons about food, but with the celebs all getting on famously while musing about their pasts, ageing and mortality, there’s more than a whiff of the BBC’s Real Marigold Hotel about it.
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