Five Guys a Week
10pm, Channel 4
Following a brief pre-lockdown stint, this social-bubble-friendly dating show returns, asking one singleton to invite five men into their home over the course of the week, evicting one a day to end up with a potential partner. Restarting proceedings is Tara, a 32-year-old from Halifax who is hoping to catch up with her married friends by settling down. She is looking for a man to make her laugh; could that be Peter Kay-lookalike Lou, photographer and keen cook Chris, or shopping centre manager Adam? Ammar Kalia
Secret Scotland With Susan Calman
8pm, Channel 5
Scottish comic Susan Calman puts her disarming charm to good use, securing behind-the-scenes access and private tours at some of the nation’s lesser known sites of interest. This week there’s a stone-stacking contest on the East Lothian coast and a boat trip to Bass Rock. Ellen E Jones
The Romantics and Us With Simon Schama
9pm, BBC Two
Simon Schama continues his exploration of the Romantics, tonight travelling into the “Chambers of the Mind”. Pre-empting Freud, we see how the likes of Victor Hugo and Venetian engraver Giambattista Piranesi mapped out their own unconscious through drawings. Ali Catterall
9pm, BBC Four
The entertaining three-part series on the history of American soul concludes with an exploration of the genre in the 1970s and beyond. We hear the infamous opening notes of Marvin Gaye’s Let’s Get It On as an example of the bedroom soul sound, as well as how Luther Vandross and Anita Baker rose to fame. AK
Guy Garvey: From the Vaults
9pm, Sky Arts
Elbow frontman and BBC Radio 6 Music broadcaster Guy Garvey heads up this archive-laden musical series, finding the best forgotten performances and interviews to replay. Tonight’s opening episode focuses on 1979 with the first TV performance from Kate Bush and an early set from the Police. AK
9.35pm, Sky Comedy
More languid weed-dealing comedy as The Guy (Ben Sinclair) returns for a fourth season of herbal hi-jinks. The key to High Maintenance’s appeal is that the dealer has a window into multiple worlds and so it proves tonight as a stray dog, a journalist and a singing telegram performer all cross his path. Phil Harrison
Kaleidoscope (Rupert Jones, 2016). 1.05am, Film4
Toby Jones displayed a penchant for unsettling horror in Berberian Sound Studio, and is similarly gloomy here. Directed by his brother Rupert, he plays ex-prisoner Carl, living in a council block; with Anne Reid as his mother and Sinead Matthews the woman who visits. A grim tale sustained by fine acting. Paul Howlett
World Rally Championship 3pm, BT Sport 1. Action live from Turkey.
EFL Cup football: Coventry City v Queens Park Rangers 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Championship match at Ricoh Arena.
World Series of Darts 8pm, ITV4. Opening day of the finals from Austria.