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TV tonight: what happened inside Tony Alamo’s twisted and evil cult

Ministry of Evil: The Twisted Cult of Tony Alamo

10pm, BBC Four

“Tony and Susie were our gods.” “You didn’t ever dream of questioning them.” “I know he was raping those kids and beating them, because he had done it to me.” In this intense four-part documentary series, survivors help tell the story of Tony Alamo and his wife Susan, who set up the Alamo Christian Foundation, then abused their followers. It includes an exclusive videotaped deposition with Alamo. Hollie Richardson

Interior Design Masters With Alan Carr

8pm, BBC One

The remaining contestants – a really funny, positive gang – take on the type of dwelling that it sometimes feels will soon be every household in Britain: rental apartments. Will the flats for Sheffield’s young professionals benefit from chrome-edged units, metal tiles and Matisse-inspired waves of electric blue? Jack Seale

Aldi’s Next Big Thing

8pm, Channel 4

It’s baking week in the supermarket’s hunt for a bestselling new product. Novelty-shaped bread, edible raw cookie dough, flaky Jamaican pastry, whoopie pie and brioche with a twist are all being pitched. Do they really only need to choose one? HR

Mary & George

9pm, Sky Atlantic

Even in the 17th-century, state funerals ain’t cheap, and with the late Queen Anne’s body getting whiffy the palace needs cash pronto. Court fixer and flirt George (Nicholas Galitzine) must convince the sybaritic king to reopen parliament and raise taxes. Meanwhile, George’s sidelined mum, Mary (Julianne Moore), plots a risky power play. Graeme Virtue

Mel Giedroyc: Unforgivable

10pm, Dave

Eyebrow-raising … Mel Giedroyc in Unforgivable.View image in fullscreen

Ross Kemp, Shirley Ballas and Rosie Jones are this week’s contestants, with Ballas sharing an eyebrow-raising anecdote about drunkenly snogging an engaged female dance adjudicator. Will it convince Giedroyc and her assistant, Lou Sanders, that she is the most unforgivable person in the room? HR

The Dropout

10.40pm, BBC One

It’s the final double bill of the series, which means the dogged investigative reporter Carreyrou (Ebon Moss-Bachrach) is closing in on the Theranos fraudsters. Green juice and greed makes for a heady cocktail, but while Amanda Seyfried entertainingly inhabits all of Elizabeth Holmes’s eccentricities, the series is also careful to detail the human cost of this scam. Ellen E Jones

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Source: theguardian.com