What’s on telly tonight? Here the TV Times team of expert reviewers highlight the best shows on Thursday 20th September

What’s on telly tonight? Here the TV Times team of expert reviewers highlight the best shows on Thursday 20th September

Press, 9pm, BBC1

Among the stories being sniffed out by reporters at the Post and Herald this week is one that relates to the #MeToo movement, as Holly (Charlotte Riley) and James (Al Weaver) investigate a tycoon who is grooming young women on his business apprentice scheme. And just as that story is breaking, Herald editor Amina (Priyanga Burford) must deal with older journalist Chris Cartwright, who thinks it’s okay to compliment a younger colleague on her “nice legs”. Meanwhile, over at the Post, editor Duncan (Ben Chaplin) enjoys a private dinner meeting with the PM, at which he decides to call in a favour… Rating: ***

Europa League, from 5.15pm, BT Sport 2/3

Four British clubs begin their group games tonight. Chelsea are in Greece to face PAOK Salonika (BT Sport 2, k-o 5.55pm), and Rangers tackle Villarreal in Spain (BT Sport 3, k-o 5.55pm). Celtic play Norwegian team Rosenborg in Parkhead (BT Sport 3, k-o 8pm) and Arsenal host Ukrainian outfit Vorskla (BT Sport 2, k-o 8pm). Rating: ***

Emmerdale 1918, 8.30pm, ITV

The cast of Emmerdale, including Charlotte Bellamy and Natalie J Robb, step back 100 years to celebrate the lives of unsung World War One heroes in this Who Do You Think You Are?-style series. Emmerdale is based on the real-life village of Esholt. Mark Charnock (AKA Marlon Dingle) sets off on the trail of Esholt lad Frederick Brocklehurst, a battalion cook. Rating: ****

More previews tomorrow.