Women on the Verge
This new Sharon Horgan-powered comedy follows three Dublin friends trying to navigate their lives, or rather struggle to get them under control. For Laura (Kerry Condon), that means being sacked as godmother when she sleeps through a christening, while Alison (Eileen Walsh) is so sick of dating she gets back with her ex and agrees to try for a baby. Gloriously deadpan Katie (Nina Sosanya) is on the verge of artificial insemination, but her daughter’s father has some big news. So far, so funny.
9pm, BBC One
However you feel about its occasionally anachronistic portrayal of modern journalism, Press has rattled along entertainingly and held its own in a strong autumn of TV drama. It concludes as Holly threatens to expose Duncan’s relationship with Krystyna. Elsewhere, trouble with an MI5 source leads to ethical hand-wringing. Phil Harrison
Body Clock: What Makes Us Tick?
9pm, BBC Two
From an evolutionary perspective, the way we live is extreme. Could taking control of our body clocks improve our sleep, lift our mood and help us fight disease? Biologist Ella Al-Shamahi shows why she thinks so in a doc that experiments with stripping away the trappings of modern life. Mike Bradley
Gordon, Gino and Fred: Road Trip
Take three foodie celebrities, three home countries and one campervan and you have the recipe for the latest cookery show off the rank. Each week, one of Gordon Ramsay, Gino D’Acampo and Fred Sireix organise a ceremony in their respective homelands, starting in D’Acampo’s native Naples. MB
9pm, Channel 4
The complexion of Paul Abbott’s excellent cop show changes tonight with the arrival of sexist hardliner DCI Terry Taylor, AKA “Terry Dactyl”, who wastes no time proving there’s more of the dinosaur about him than just his nickname. For Viv and co the time has come to expose fraudulent new mayor Caroline McCoy. MB
9pm, Sky Atlantic
Troubled mobster and would-be Hollywood player Miles Daly (Chris O’Dowd) takes on a new project while awaiting the first cut of his movie The Admiral’s Mistress, as this second series based on the Elmore Leonard novel begins. Elsewhere, Rick Moreweather (Ray Romano) must placate both girlfriend and volatile mob boss. Ali Catterall
His Girl Friday 9.10am, TCM
Ginger Rogers, Jean Arthur and Claudette Colbert all turned down the part of ace reporter Hildy Johnson, so Rosalind Russell landed a role to die for. She’s quitting newshounding to marry a dull insurance guy but editor Cary Grant has other plans. Howard Hawks’s coruscating comedy is bursting with wit. Paul Howlett
Today’s best live sport
European Tour golf: The British Masters 9.30am, Sky Sports Main Event The opening day’s play at Walton Heath Golf Club in Surrey.
Cycling: Tour of Turkey 1pm, Eurosport 2 The third stage of the race, 137km from Fethiye to Marmaris.
Uefa Nations League football: Israel v Scotland7.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event A Group One clash from Haifa.