What’s on telly tonight? Our pick of the best shows on Thursday 15th March

TV Times top picks for today

What’s on telly tonight? Here the TV Times team of expert reviewers highlight the best shows on Thursday 15th March

Not Going Out , 9.00pm, BBC1

It’s Lee’s birthday, so Lucy has decided to treat him to an experience day – an Escape Room – a sort of unglamorous Crystal Maze. It involves Lee being locked in an underground bunker with his family and friends, searching for clues to find a way out. But will they be able to save Lee, who is handcuffed to a ticking bomb? Rating: ***

My Baby’s Life: Who Decides?, 9.00pm, C4

With legal battles surrounding severely ill infants Charlie Gard and Isaiah Haastrup making headlines, this documentary follows families of children on life-support at Southampton Children’s Hospital, as well as the doctors who care for them. Filmed over a year, this two-parter shows the dilemma some parents face with children being kept alive who may never be cured. While some cling to any hope that their little one may recover, others make the unenviable decision to end their child’s suffering. This intimate, sensitive and heart-breaking account also gets behind the taboo subject of whether it’s ever right to let a baby die. Rating: ****

Four Days That Shook Britain, 9.00pm, ITV

Last year, the UK was rocked by a series of terror attacks that claimed the lives of 36 people and injured hundreds. The youngest victim, Saffie Roussos, was just eight when she was killed in the Manchester Arena suicide bombing at an Ariana Grande concert on 22 May. This documentary tells the tragic story of that fateful night in Manchester, as well as the three other atrocities that took place during 2017’s year of terror. It all started on 22 March when extremist Khalid Masood ploughed a car into pedestrians along Westminster Bridge, killing four people, before stabbing PC Keith Palmer to death in the grounds of Parliament. Rating: ****

More previews tomorrow