Two Doors Down is on BBC Two at 10pm.

Return of the comedy. A surprise party is thrown to celebrate Beth and Eric’s 30th anniversary.

Brexit, The Uncivil War is on Channel Four at 9pm.

One-off drama which goes behind the scenes of twenty-sixteen’s divisive referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU. Stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Rory Kinnear.

How to Lose Weight Well is on Channel Four at 8pm.

Doctors Xand van Tulleken and Helen Lawal host follow the progress of people who are attempting some of the most talked-about diets around today.

Football, Wolverhampton Wanderers versus Liverpool is on BBC One at 7.30pm.

Coverage of this evening’s FA Cup third-round match from Molineux. Kick-off is at seven forty-five.

Chris Tarrant, Extreme Railway Journeys is on Channel Five at 9pm.

In the return of the travel series, the broadcaster sets off from Vienna on a journey through the Alps.

The Babes in the Wood Murders, The Prosecutors is on BBC Two at 9pm.

One-off documentary following police efforts to uncover enough evidence for the CPS to pursue a fresh prosecution in the murders of two nine-year-old girls in Brighton in 1986.

Riverdale is on Five Five Star at 5pm.

In the return of the US high-school drama, Archie must help his dad into the hospital after a shooting incident.