This week’s well-worn “comedian + destination = mildly entertaining travelogue” formula comes in the form of Bill Bailey in Western Australia. Still, he is undeniably an affable guide, starting his four-part journey in the south-west – from partaking in a beach smoking ceremony in Esperance to walking through the Valley of the Giants, and sharing a pint, a yarn and the stage with a group of shantymen in Albany. Hollie Richardson
The widely adored Hannah Waddingham hosts this year’s environmental prize event in Singapore, which awards five projects £1m. Prince William and Cate Blanchett will be in attendance, with live performances from OneRepublic and Bastille. HR
It’s not just humans who gather round the office water cooler. Fresh water is also a meeting point for other species, as this episode explores. A Costa Rican rainforest pond is a party spot for 10,000 gliding tree frogs, while mugger crocodiles set traps in a Sri Lankan waterhole. Ellen E Jones
The 1950s-set drama continues. Mr Wantage has been sexually harassing nanny Chantrelle since she started working in his home; when things come to a head on his birthday, Leah embarks on a frantic road trip to help. But why does designated driver Hosanna want to make a detour? Graeme Virtue
It’s the third and final episode of Jimmy McGovern’s women’s prison drama and, remarkably, not all hope is lost – even if Orla has just been told that, without a home to return to, they’re giving her a tent to live in on release. Abi also finally opens up about what she did to her baby, but can talking about it really help her find any redemption? HR
A muscular cold case/conspiracy thriller, smartly directed and thoughtfully written, concludes with an episode full of heavy consequences. Estranged cop couple Chris (Kevin McKidd) and Michelle (Vinette Robinson) join forces just in time to see everyone’s dark secrets finally flood out. Jack Seale
Premiership Rugby Union: Northampton Saints v Exeter Chiefs, 2.30pm, ITV1/TNT Sports 1 The fifth round of fixtures, at Franklin’s Gardens.
Trampoline & Tumbling: World Championships, 2.45pm, BBC Two Former world champion Bryony Page competes at Utilita Arena in Birmingham, on a day that features eight finals.
Premier League Football: Chelsea v Man City, 4pm, Sky Sports Main Event At Stamford Bridge. Preceded by West Ham v Nottingham Forest at 2pm.2023-11-12T06:08:32Z dg43tfdfdgfd