What’s on telly tonight? Our pick of the best shows on Wednesday 28th 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 Wednesday 28th March

The Real Full Monty: Live, 9pm, ITV

Hold on to your hats! Following last year’s The Real Full Monty, which saw celebrity men bare all to raise awareness for prostate cancer, tonight, eight more famous fellas strut their stuff for the cause. The brave men taking part this year are: TOWIE star James ‘Arg’ Argent, TV chef Ainsley Harriott, ex-Arsenal footballer John Hartson, quiz master Alexander Armstrong, retired England rugby star Ugo Monye, The Wanted’s Tom Parker, presenter Jeff Brazier and former EastEnder John Partridge. Following last year’s performance, the Prostate Cancer UK website crashed – maybe this lot will break the internet! Rating: *****

Are You Autistic?, 10pm, C4

Experts believe that thousands of people in the UK are living with autism without knowing it and many of them are women. In the past it was thought to be mostly a male condition, but research now suggests that maybe women are just better at disguising their autism in social situations. ‘We might laugh at jokes we don’t understand or pre-plan questions so we have something to ask,’ says Emily, who wasn’t diagnosed until she was 28. Presenters Georgia Harper and Sam Ahern, who are both autistic, debunk other misconceptions about the condition, while Anna Richardson follows two people, Jo and JP, to find out if their suspicions that they’re autistic are correct. Rating: ****

The Assassination of Gianni Versace, 9pm, BBC2

We go back in time to learn more about Cunanan’s first victim, ex-naval officer Jeff Trail (brilliant Finn Wittrock). When Jeff’s ship is moored in San Francisco in 1994, he heads to a gay bar where he is chatted up by Cunanan. It’s just heartbreaking to watch as they share a laugh together, knowing what’s to become of him. Rating: ****

More previews tomorrow