This week's TV sees the hit legal drama The Split return for a third and final series, comedians Joe Lycett and James Acaster head to the sun-soaked Spanish Basque Country in Travel Man and Suranne Jones reprises her titular role in the long-awaited return of Gentleman Jack.
Travel Man: 48 Hours in the Basque Country
Channel 4, 8.30pm
Joe Lycett takes over from Richard Ayoade as Channel 4’s Travel Man-in-chief, with fellow comic James Acaster joining him for the first weekend away in the Spanish sector of the Basque Country.
Together they travel from the Guggenheim in Bilbao to Mount Igueldo, sampling the local beverage Kalimotxo (a mixture of red wine and cola), taking a vertiginous walk across the world’s first transporter bridge and paying homage to Basque abstract artist Eduardo Chillida.
Monday 4th April
BBC One, 9pm
Abi Morgan’s hit legal drama The Split returns for its third and final series, with more heartbreak and fallout from affairs in store.
Nicola Walker and Stephen Mangan reprise their roles as Hannah and Nathan, who are in the final stages of negotiating their divorce when the revelation that Nathan has fallen for someone else turns the amicable separation into a sour one.
Falklands War: The Forgotten Battle
Thursday 7th April
With last Saturday marking 40 years since the beginning of the Falklands War, ITV’s new documentary reveals the largely untold story of the small garrison of Royal Marines, Naval Party 8901, who were left to face a huge Argentine invading force despite only being a lightly armed crew of 70 men.
Fronted by Ben Fogle, the presenter meets eight of the Royal Marines as they recall their memories of the harrowing events that became the first confrontation in the conflict over the Falklands.
BBC One, 9.00pm
A month on from their self-styled marriage in 1834, Anne Lister (Suranne Jones) and Ann Walker (Sophie Rundle) are considering moving in together at Shibden Hall - much to the dismay of Ann’s protective family.
By combining their estates they hope to become a power couple, but Lister’s long provoked the Halifax locals and now the town is on the brink of revolution, further raising her profile could prove costly. Meanwhile, the couple prepares for a honeymoon abroad, riling up Lister’s lost love Mariana Lawton (Lydia Leonard).