Darkly comic crime drama Guilt continues on BBC Two starring Mark Bonnar, while the All Creatures Great and Small reboot reaches the end of its second season on Channel 5.
ITV's fascinating Black History Month documentary series turns to Charlene White and her family history tonight in Empire's Child.
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TV's newest craft contest begins on Channel 4 with Handmade: Britain's Best Woodworker hosted by Mel Giedroyc.
On Netflix, brave couples are signing up to the Gwyneth Paltrow treatment for their love lives in Sex, Love and Goop.
The best TV to watch on Thursday, 21 October, 2021
Guilt - BBC Two - 9pm
The darkly comic drama set in Edinburgh continues, starring Mark Bonnar as a disbarred lawyer recently released from prison.
In the second episode, reformed villain Roy's old associate Sandy is trying to stop his run-down church from being demolished by developers.
As expected, the storyline continues to get more sinister the deeper Bonnar's character Max goes into his old life.
Charlene White: Empire's Child - ITV - 9pm
ITV's Black History Month documentaries continue with broadcaster Charlene White's exploration into her family's history.
Her journey spans London, Devon and Jamaica as she uncovers family mysteries and discovers more about her relatives' lives than she ever expected.
Handmade: Britain's Best Woodworker - Channel 4 - 8pm
The newest Bake Off-style show pits woodworkers against each other in the experienced hands of original Bake Off host Mel Giedroyc.
Its format is familiar and the joiners' creations are just as jaw-dropping as you'd hope for.
All Creatures Great and Small - Channel 5 - 9pm
Season two of the Dales-set reboot ends tonight on a sombre note as war is on the horizon once more.
What it will mean for James and co remains to be seen, but there are still no end of animal dramas to contend with in the meantime.
Sex, Love and Goop - Netflix
Gwyneth Paltrow is not known for holding back when it comes to talking about personal issues - she happily spoke about steaming her vagina not so long ago.
In this new Netflix series, she and a team of experts share their knowledge with equally open couples to improve their relationships through greater intimacy.
Watch: Gwyneth Paltrow accepts her teenage children won't talk to her about sex