Mother’s Day is on BBC Two at 9pm.

One-off drama focusing on the aftermath of the 1993 IRA bombing in Warrington. A grieving couple form an unlikely alliance with a Dublin housewife, in a bid to end the violence in Northern Ireland. Stars Vicky McClure and Anna Maxwell Martin.

Vanity Fair is on ITV at 9pm.

Second episode of the period drama, starring Olivia Cooke. Becky’s plan to get into Sir Pitt’s good books bears fruit, as she’s promoted to the position of secretary.

Reported Missing is on BBC One at 9pm.

Return of the documentary series focusing on missing-persons cases. This first edition focuses on a Macclesfield man who has reported his five-year-old son missing.

Undercover Girlfriend is on Channel Five at 10pm.

Daily series following five men who think they are taking part in a reality TV show in Marbella, but they are really being watched by their partners. Continues tomorrow.

All Star Driving School is on E4 at 7.30pm.

In the return of the challenge series, Towie star James Argent, Coronation Street actor Mikey North, and Vamps drummer Tristan Evans get behind the wheel.

Guardians of the Tomb is on Sky Cinema Premiere at 6.25pm.

Film adventure starring Kelsey Grammer. After losing one of their colleagues inside an ancient labyrinth, a group of scientists must battle their way past man-eating spiders to rescue him.