Here the TV Times team of expert reviewers highlight three of the best shows on telly tonight for Tuesday 10th October including Our Girl

Wondering what’s on telly tonight? Here the TV Times team of expert reviewers highlight three of the best shows on telly tonight for Tuesday 10th October including Our Girl

Our Girl, 9.00pm, BBC1

Michelle Keegan Our Girl Series 3

Michelle Keegan’s back in camouflage gear for a brand new series, as 2-Section fly out to Nepal on a humanitarian mission. Medic Georgie Lane is trying to put her second failed engagement behind her, but with old flame Elvis (Luke Pasqualino) still very much on the scene, it looks like singledom won’t be straightforward – especially with a handsome local engineer catching her eye, too. Romance aside, Georgie must also mentor new recruit Maisie, whose reckless approach to war and poor decision-making are a time bomb for the rest of the section. Action-packed and gripping, it’s a welcome return for this great series. Rating: ****

Celebrity Hunted, 9.15pm, C4

Celebrity Hunted

The hit real-life version of The Fugitive returns, this time for a four-part celebrity special for Stand Up to Cancer. Can the seven famous faces who are used to being in the spotlight go under the radar for 14 days and avoid being captured by an elite team of hunters? Anneka Rice, once famed for travelling around the country looking for hidden clues in Treasure Hunt, calls on friends in high places and charms the general public to help her stay undiscovered, while former Goggleboxers Steph and Dom Parker are nearly busted because they are having too much of a good time. Obviously, old habits are hard to break… Rating: ***

Russia 1917: Countdown to Revolution, 9.00pm, BBC2

Countdown to Revolution

Continuing its Russia season to mark the centenary of the October Revolution, BBC2’s drama-documentary looks at the three men who created an entirely new political system – Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin. In just six months, they had turned the largest country on Earth into the first Communist state. Historians and writers still debate to this day whether it was a triumph of people power, or a violent coup d’etat. Juliet Stevenson narrates. Rating: ****