TV tonight: Danish noir in Blinded – Those Who Kill

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<span>Photograph: Per Arnesen/BBC/Miso Film & Nordic Entertainment Group</span>
Photograph: Per Arnesen/BBC/Miso Film & Nordic Entertainment Group

Blinded: Those Who Kill

9pm, BBC Four

This sequel to the Danish crime drama, Darkness: Those Who Kill, continues with tonight’s second double bill. Having agreed to help her family friend solve the cold case of her son’s murder, criminal profiler Louise (Natalie Madueño) continues to piece together a string of new killings that appear consistent with the son’s death – prompting the hunt for a serial killer. Running out of leads, the police now appeal to the public for any information on the killer, while Louise’s boyfriend makes a tense visit. Ammar Kalia

The Great Garden Revolution

8pm, Channel 4

Designer Joel Bird, ecological gardener Poppy Okotcha and craftsman Bruce Kenneth are on hand to transform another garden this week. The trio are at the Hanifs’ house in Birmingham creating a communal forest garden, while Poppy showcases a vertical planting technique. AK

Age of the Big Cats

8pm, Sky Nature

This series charting the evolutionary survival of our fearsome felines continues with this episode focused on the king of the jungle: the lion. We trace how lions evolved over thousands of years to dominate their environment and become efficient predators, and take a closer look at stealthy tigers. AK

John Lennon: A Life in Ten Pictures

9pm, BBC Two

John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1969.
John Lennon and Yoko Ono in 1969. Photograph: AP

After previously profiling Tupac, the slick series that uses photos as a framing device to re-examine the lives of celebrities turns its attention to another musician cut down by unexpected violence. The challenge, of course, is finding something new to say about the prickliest Beatle. Graeme Virtue


9.20pm, BBC One

It’s another busy week in the A&E department and Faith has her suspicions when an elderly woman is brought in by her short-tempered husband for the second time. Meanwhile, Tina is moved when a patient reminds her of her own trauma. And Rash has to fight his corner during a budgetary meeting. Hannah Verdier

The Jonathan Ross Show

9.35pm, ITV

A typically varied line-up tonight with wrestler-turned-actor David Bautista, singer Paloma Faith and oddball comedian James Acaster rubbing shoulders. Pride of place, however, goes to Sir Tom Jones whose recent album, Surrounded By Time, made him the oldest man ever to top the UK album chart. Phil Harrison

Film choice

Wind River, 9pm, Film4

Elizabeth Olsen infiltrates the off-limits world of Wyming’s Native American community as an FBI agent on the seach of a murderer in this wintry whodunit. Jeremy Renner is her spirit guide through a surprisingly sensitive thriller that offers serious food for thought with a side helping of gunplay. Damon Wise

Live sport

Premier League Football: Southampton v Fulham 2.10pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Brighton & Hove Albion v West Ham United at 7.30pm.

FA Cup Football: Chelsea v Leicester City 4.15pm, BBC One. Final from Wembley Stadium.

Boxing: Terri Harper v Hyun Mi Choi 10pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Super-featherweight bout.

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