Grantchester is on ITV at 9pm.

Return of the 1950s-set crime drama starring James Norton and Robson Green. A man is stabbed to death while attending a speech given by a civil-rights leader.

Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast is on Channel Four at 8pm.

Olympic gold-medallist Jessica Ennis-Hill arrives on Southend Pier, where a seafood feast of pan-seared cod is on the menu.

8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown is on Channel Four at 9pm.

Sean Lock and Johnny Vegas take on Alan Carr and Lou Sanders, while Susie Dent is joined in Dictionary Corner by the Brett Domino Trio.

The Victorian House of Arts and Crafts is on BBC Two at 9pm.

Series in which a Victorian arts-and-crafts commune in the Welsh hills is brought back to life.

The Graham Norton Show is on BBC One at 10.35pm.

The host is joined by actors James McAvoy, Sarah Paulson, Richard E Grant, Steve Coogan and John C Reilly. And Westlife perform their latest single.

The Crimson Rivers is on More Four at 9pm.

The start of an eight-part French detective drama. A dead body is discovered during a hunting party.

On Drums, Stewart Copeland, is on BBC Four at 9pm.

The former member of rock band, the Police, explores some of the most inspiring drummers from the past 50 years.