The second series of ITV drama Innocent wraps up this evening, while Panorama investigates Martin Bashir's 1995 interview and how he obtained the career-defining exclusive.
Elsewhere, there's a troubling look at racism in the education system in 60s and 70s Britain for Subnormal: A British Scandal.
On Channel 4, a Muslim female punk band take centre stage in a new comedy.
Princess Diana, Martin Bashir and the BBC - 7pm - BBC One
A report from the BBC this week has found that the broadcaster covered-up Martin Bashir's "deceit" when securing his 1995 bombshell interview with Princess Diana for Panorama.
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Now a new Panorama team presents their findings after a four-month investigation into how Bashir obtained the interview and how the BBC responded over the fake bank statements he presented to Diana's brother Earl Spencer.
Subnormal: A British Scandal - 9pm - BBC One
This documentary from Lyttanya Shannon - with Steve McQueen on board as an executive producer - examines the education scandal that saw Black students written off as "stupid, difficult and disruptive" in British schools in the 60s and 70s.
As well as being segregated from white pupils, an unequal education was perpetuated by celebrity psychologists Hans Eysenck and Arthur Jensen who were peddling theories that Black people were genetically less intelligent than white people, which ultimately infiltrated the classroom.
Saved By a Stranger - 9pm - BBC Two
In tonight's episode identical twins brothers George and Peter are in search of the family who helped them flee Nazi Germany.
Meanwhile, Anita Rani also meets Clare, a woman who took in 21 refugee children from Bosnia whom she believed were orphans until schoolgirl Petra helped translate to reveal they had had to leave their families behind.
She wants to find Petra to thank her for her actions which led to a battle to reunite the children with their loved ones.
Innocent - 9pm - ITV
The final episode of the four-part series airs as Bethany takes matters into her own hands while Karen remains in police custody.
Meanwhile, Braithwaite and his team continue to search for more evidence.
We Are Lady Parts - Channel 4 - 10pm
Channel 4 presents Nida Manzoor's music comedy centred around a Muslim female punk band.
The band recruit microbiology PhD student Amina as their unlikely lead guitarist thanks to front woman Saira.
Amina finds herself torn between two worlds while also on the lookout for love.
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