Doctor Who's Steven Moffat directs a new time travel epic, Channel 4 delves deep into the world of Elon Musk and Derry Girls comes to an emotional end.
The Time Traveler’s Wife
Sky Atlantic, 2.00am
A perfect marriage of source material and director, The Time Traveler’s Wife sees former Doctor Who head writer Steven Moffat direct an adaptation of Audrey Niffenegger’s time travel romance.
Theo James stars as Henry, the man with a genetic disorder that causes him to travel through time involuntarily, and Rose Leslie as Clare Abshire, the wife forced to cope with his long and frequent absences.
Elon Musk: Superhero or Supervillain?
Channel 4, 9pm
When Elon Musk offered $44 billion to acquire one of the world’s biggest tech platforms, Twitter, the story became headline news across the world. With the ability to move stock markets just by tweeting, and launching Space X rockets just for the fun of it, what is the incredibly powerful Musk actually like?
This Channel 4 documentary offers a profile of the billionaire entrepreneur and richest man on Earth, with contributions from those who know Musk, from those who have worked with him or have made millions investing in his business, to those who have gone to war with his companies.
Joe Wicks: Facing My Childhood
BBC One, 9pm
During the pandemic, Joe Wicks helped the nation with their physical health during his ‘PE With Joe’ workouts and now he wants help with their mental health.
Joe Wicks did not have a very happy childhood growing up, he was subjected to the consequences of his mum’s OCD, eating disorder and anxiety and his dad’s heroin addiction and depression.
Now, as an adult, Wicks wants to understand how his parent’s illnesses impacted him and what can be done to support children in similar positions.
Wicks visits Our Time, the only charity that helps children with parents with mental illness, as they are at increased risk of developing mental health conditions themselves.
Along the way Wicks has very personal and emotional conversations with his mum, dad and brother, uncovering long-repressed memories and how they made him the man he is today.
Channel 4, 10:05pm
Comedy series starring Katherine Parkinson asks the age-old question: can women really have it all?
Sexual freedom, a career, a family and sanity are all things Lauren (Parkinson) wants.
As a divorced mother of two, Lauren wants no strings attached sex, so with the help of her friend Alex (Rowan Witt) she creates a spreadsheet.
The spreadsheet is a smorgasbord of sexual options to provide her with the sexual variety she needs without the commitment.
However, what Lauren doesn't expect is a string of needy men who won’t stay neatly filed away in an excel sheet.
Channel 4, 9pm
So here it is, the last-ever episode of the beloved feel-good comedy Derry Girls. In this special extended finale, we return to the gang one year on, as they prepare for their final year at Our Lady Immaculate College.
The historic vote on the Good Friday Agreement has arrived, threatening to overshadow the social event of the year: Erin and Orla’s joint 18th birthday party. While the Quinn family tries to wrap their heads around the possible outcome of the vote, the girls (and James) brace themselves for an uncertain future ahead.
Love, Death + Robots
Volume three of the multi-award-winning anthology promises more stunningly animated shorts, including one directed by Hollywood’s meticulous master of thrillers, David Fincher.
As always there will be strange new worlds explored in wildly different animation types, from stylised 2D to hyper-realistic CGI. But the teaser for this series hints at returns to some fan-favourite destinations and characters. Among them: the titular trio of Volume one’s Three Robots, back for more post-apocalyptic sight-seeing and satire on humankind.