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Great challenge of British photography
9 p.m., BBC Four
This new BBC series puts famed photographer Rankin in charge of six prospects, as they spend four weeks traveling across the UK to complete thematic memoirs and camera phone challenges on the spot. First, photographers are dispatched to Brighton Beach to capture a quick image with their phones before Chris Packham joins them to judge the nature shots of the New Forest. Ammar Kalia
Your perfect home
8 p.m., BBC Two
Angela Scanlon returns for a new season of CGI-assisted real estate makeovers. The first are Shelley and Steven, who want to make more space in their Bromley home for their 14 and 21 year old sons. Architects Laura Jane Clark and Julian McIntosh present their renovations to the couple through virtual reality headsets. AK
Cooking Smart Waste Less with Prue and Rupy
8:30 p.m., channel 4
Prue Leith of Bake Off joins food expert Dr Rupy Aujla to help families find ways to save money and reduce food waste. The first subjects tonight are the Bristol parents David and Nadya, whose food allergies of the two sons have skyrocketed their grocery bills. AK
9 p.m., BBC One
If Jack didn’t die from exposure or from an overdose, who did that put in murder? Nancy holds fast to the unraveling bond that holds Brewery Five together. Meanwhile, Arwel (Eddie Marsan) burned evidence and a flashback exposes the dysfunction of the Evans family. Ellen e jones
Long-lost family: born without a trace
9 p.m., ITV
It’s time to search for the tissues, as Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell return with another series on the show that aims to reunite those abandoned as babies with their biological families. Could two women found in Chesterfield outside a department store and hospital in the 1980s be related? Hannah j davies
9 p.m., documentaries on the sky
The timing couldn’t be much worse for a gushing documentary celebrating abortive European Super League players owned by billionaire American Manchester United. Still, this callback of Best, Charlton, Ferguson and Cantona could stir memories of less sordid times in club history. Phil harrison
Choice of film
Black Swan (Darren Aronofsky, 2010), 8 p.m., Sky Cinema Greats
Darren Aronofsky’s delusional horror drama has a painfully intense Natalie Portman as ballerina Nina. She is chosen to play Odette / Odile in Swan Lake, but the bossy director’s insistence that she must find her dark inner self to play the villainous Black Swan pushes her to the brink of insanity. Paul Howlett
Cycling: Giro d’Italia 9.45 am, Eurosport 1. Stage 16 race from Sacile to Cortina d’Ampezzo.
World Pool Masters 12:00 p.m. Sky Sports Main Event. Third day coverage. Continue at 5:30 p.m.
Baseball: Toronto Blue Jays vs. Tampa Bay Rays 6 p.m., BT Sport ESPN
American League game from Dunedin Stadium.