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TV tonight: Norway’s favourite detective is back solving murders


9pm, BBC Four

A wealthy family’s nanny is brutally murdered outside their home, while the young boy she looks after disappears on the same night – it’s a tricky case for Norwegian detective William Wisting, in a new season of this popular Scandi crime drama. He believes the child has been kidnapped, but will he be able to get the fishy family to spill all its many secrets? Hollie Richardson

Bettany Hughes’ Treasures of the World

7pm, Channel 4

Horrors of the past are still discernible on Estonia’s Viking island Saaremaa, where a burial site has evidence of human sacrifice; a cheerier story is told on Kihnu, where the culture of “the last European matriarchy” is kept alive. At Narva on the Russian border, the gaining of independence in 1991 has created new folklore. Jack Seale

Our Dream Farm With Matt Baker

8pm, Channel 4

Would you build a beaver lodge, secure a 10-metre fence round a pig pen and fill buckets of icy water – all in a bid to live in a big old house? That’s what Matt Baker is asking the seven hopefuls who want to become landlords of the National Trust’s vacant Wallington Estate farm this week. They’ll have to muck out the pig shed, too. HR


9.25pm, BBC One

“I take it all back … it’s not just a lost kid.” Kathy there, who finds something horrible in the dark, dank depths of Loch Lee (apart from the human jawbone), in episode three of the forensic drama. Meanwhile, McKinven investigates a food delivery company – and there’s evidence of a third bomb. Ali Catterall

Kurt Cobain: Moments That Shook Music

9.25pm, BBC Two

A night of programming to mark the 30th anniversary of Kurt Cobain’s death begins with this immersive, disquieting film. Via a channel-surfing collage of footage, it tracks the chaotic days leading up to Cobain’s suicide at home in Seattle and the outpouring of grief among shellshocked Nirvana fans that followed. Graeme Virtue

The Jonathan Ross Show

10.05pm, ITV1

Little Mix’s Perrie Edwards launches her solo career this week, so she’ll be in Ross’s studio alongside comedian Frank Skinner, Strictly’s Johannes Radebe and the queen of Eurovision Hannah Waddingham. Music comes from Kasabian, who are back with new album Happenings. HR

Film choice

The Kid, 1pm, Sky Arts

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Charlie Chaplin’s tendency towards sentimentality has often been a critical stick with which to beat him. This, his first feature-length comedy, may not change many minds on that score, but the emoting does come in small doses – and it’s also a prime example of how terrifically funny Chaplin could be. His Tramp finds himself taking care of an abandoned young boy (a wonderfully natural Jackie Coogan), and the pair get into a series of scraps and scrapes as they try to survive on the streets – echoes there of Chaplin’s own poverty-stricken childhood. Simon Wardell

Live sport

Premier League Football: Newcastle v Tottenham, 11am, TNT Sports 1 Bournemouth v Man Utd is at 5pm on Sky Sports Main Event.

Racing: Grand National Festival, 12.55pm, ITV1 The final day from Aintree, with four support races before the main event at 4pm.

Women’s Six Nations Rugby: Scotland v England, 2pm, BBC One At Hive Stadium in Edinburgh.

Challenge Cup Rugby League: Hull KR v Leigh Leopards, 4.45pm, BBC Two A quarter-final at Sewell Group Craven Park Stadium.

Source: theguardian.com