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Pick of the day: The Undeclared War

9pm, Channel 4

A new drama series from Peter Kosminsky (writer of The Government Inspector and director of Wolf Hall) imagines a cyber attack on Britain in the run-up to the 2024 general election. With a heavyweight cast that includes Simon Pegg as the head of GCHQ and Adrian Lester as the prime minister, along with Mark Rylance and Alex Jennings. Newcomer Hannah Khalique-Brown plays 21-year-old intern Saara Parvin, who stumbles across the attack after a routine stress test of internet infrastructure. Saara and the GCHQ team attempt to stay one step ahead of their hidden opponents – the battle taking place entirely online but with real consequences.

Who Do You Think You Are

9pm, BBC One

It must be a bit galling to be the last featured celebrity in a series of WDYTYA?. Does that mean that your ancestor search is less interesting than the others? Anyway, it’s Death In Paradise star Ralf Little setting off down his family tree this week, heading to the Orkney Islands to investigate his grandfather Arthur’s experience during the Second World War. The soccer-mad actor is then thrilled to confirm a rumour that he is related to a Welsh footballer.

The Lazarus Project

9pm, Sky Max

What a conundrum for our poor app designer turned mutant George (Paapa Essiedu) – whether or not to create a vast human catastrophe so that he can go back in time and save his girlfriend Sarah. Anyone averse to high-concept sci-fi might be reassured by the witty script by Joe Barton (Giri/Haji) and some fine performances – Tom Burke’s rogue agent Rebrov among them. In tonight’s episode, the agents are off to the Czech Republic to counter a terrorist group calling themselves The Lost Glory – “a name like an impotence awareness campaign but the real deal”, according to their boss Wes (Caroline Quentin).

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9pm, More4

The exploration of the lead protagonist’s mental health has so far been more interesting than the run-of-the-mill procedural business in this Canadian crime import (based on the Bristol-set novels of Matthew Hall but relocated to Toronto). When a young man’s body is discovered in the middle of a country road, sleuthing coroner Jenny (Serinda Swan) is faced with a number of pressing questions as to how it got there. Meanwhile, police colleague Donovan (Roger Cross) makes a mysterious new acquaintance.

The Hotel Inspector

9pm, Channel 5

Alex Polizzi visits Caer Beris Manor, run by former Dubai estate agent Omar and his wife, Kim, along with Kim’s publican parents, Pete and Angie. In 2019, this family of first-time hoteliers took on the 22-bedroom manor near the Brecon Beacons, complete with a 30-seat restaurant and function room. Considering the global event waiting just around the corner, you could say that their acquisition was a question of unlucky timing.

First Dates: Pride Special

10pm, Channel 4

In celebration of 50 years of Pride, this episode looks back at some of the LGBTQ+ couples who have graced the dating show. Among those featured is recruitment assistant Georgia, who in 2018 was paired with 21-year-old former Arsenal goalkeeper Georga, and 61-year-old retired hair salon owner Philip, who met former actor Simon.

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