Your pick of this week’s TV.
Broadchurch (STV, 9pm)
TONIGHT, the drama continues, as DI Alec Hardy and DS Ellie Miller continue their investigative work, the previous case never far from their minds.
The Wonder of Britain (STV, 9pm)
THE second episode of this series celebrating some of the nation’s most impressive landmarks aims to give us a fresh perspective on our industrial past. Julia Bradbury visits the Caphouse Colliery in Yorkshire, which was in continuous operation for two centuries before closing in 1985.
Her journey also takes her to Pontcysyllte Aquaduct, 1,000 foot of cast iron and stone, which holds over a million and a half litres of water 126-feet above the River Dee, as well as Blackpool Tower, Manchester Town Hall and the SS Great Britain,
The Restoration Man (Channel 4, 8pm)
THE second episode of the current run sees presenter George Clarke travel to Great Braxted in Essex, where Jim and Bee Goody want to turn a derelict Victorian school into their dream home in the country.
Sadly, they haven’t been able to sell their existing house to help them fund the project, so have taken on a bridging loan, but on the upside, George is thrilled to hear that some of the original features they initially felt would hamper their creation of the perfect abode have now become some of their favourite aspects.
Cyberbully (Channel 4, 9pm)
69 per cent of young people in the UK have experienced some form of cyber bullying. In some cases, victims can face webcam hacking, exploitation and ‘suicide trolling’.
Inspired by such statistics, this hard-hitting drama centres on Casey Jacobs, a teenager whose social life and interaction is a flurry of texts, video calls and social media updates.
However, she experiences the worst the web has to offer. Casey is targeted by an advanced computer hacker and the dark depths of the internet are exposed.
Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast (Channel 4, 8pm)
BEST pals Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty present from their caff on Southend Pier. Tonight, Downton Abbey actor Hugh Bonneville relives his Far-Eastern travels, and treats the cafe diners to an authentic pad thai. Meanwhile, Jamie cooks the ultimate roast with his overnight shoulder of pork, while Jimmy builds a smoker to create a barbecue brisket.
Masters Snooker (BBC Two, 4.30pm)
HAZEL Irvine introduces live coverage from the first semi final at the 2015 Masters, where the winner stands to earn at least £90,000 in prize money. The semi-final action continues 7pm & 10.30pm. The Masters final is tomorrow 12.50pm & 7pm.
Call The Midwife (BBC One, 8pm)
FRESHLY qualified nurse Barbara Gilbert (Charlotte Ritchie), arrives to take up her position at Nonnatus and is extremely anxious to prove herself. But a late night drinks party proves disastrous for her and she is upset at having got off on the wrong foot.
And Sister Evangelina finally agrees to undergo medical tests for her abdominal pain.
The popular period drama stars Jenny Agutter.