Killing Eve is on BBC One at 9.25pm.
Having survived a close call with Villanelle, Eve now has the mole ensconced in a safe house, and hopes to crack the case open.
The X Factor is on ITV at 8.35pm.
The remaining 24 acts travel to jet off destinations across the world during the Judges Houses phase. Continues tomorrow at eight.
Casualty is on BBC One at 8.35pm.
Rash reels from his break-up with Gem, while David gets in touch with Zsa Zsa to help find Dylan.
Black Hollywood, They’ve Gotta Have Us is on BBC Two at 9pm.
This three-part documentary begins with film veterans Harry Belafonte and Diahann Carroll discussing what it was like to be a pioneer in the white movie world of Hollywood.
The Jonathan Ross Show is on ITV at 9.50pm.
The host is joined by Strictly judges Shirley, Darcey and Craig, and comedian Joe Lycett. Plus, there’s music from singer Tom Odell.
Cricket, Sri Lanka versus England is on Sky Sports Main Event at 5am.
Coverage of the second one-day international held at the Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium.
Goldstone is on BBC4 at 9pm.
This Australian film drama, which is follow-up to 2013’s Mystery Road, stars Aaron Pederson as an Aboriginal detective investigating the disappearance of a woman.