TV Tonight: A Globetrotting, Gritty, Sexy German Thriller | Television

Funeral for a dog

9 p.m., Atlantic Sky

Based on Thomas Pletzinger’s 2008 novel, this is a gritty, globetrotting, and often steamy thriller to immerse yourself in. The eight-part German follows journalist Daniel, who is desperate to interview Mark Svensson – a famous novelist with his own mysterious tale involving his friends Tuuli and Felix, whom he first met in South America at the end from the 90s. It promises to be a juicy exploration of sex, bonding and relationships, with one shocking discovery. Hollie Richardson

Inside Culture with Shahidha Bari

7:30 p.m., BBC 2

Can art help save the planet? As we all dwell on the encroachment of climate breakdown, Bari talks to various artists about how they engage with this existential crisis. Sculptor Antony Gormley, Canadian musician Tamara Lindeman and poet Kae Tempest are among the creators who share their process. Graeme Virtue

Back for a third outing… Grayson Perry’s Art Club. Photography: Richard Ansett/Channel 4

Grayson’s Art Club

8 p.m., Channel 4

The inclusive art exhibit, which captured our imaginations during the first lockdown, returns for a third outing. Along with guest comedian Bill Bailey and fellow artist Ai Weiwei, Perry shares the love-themed submissions he’s fallen head over heels for. TIME


9 p.m., TVI

In tonight’s episode, Geordie is called in to investigate the murder of a cleaning supplies tycoon. A dig into the man’s private life suggests an ironic level of filth. But did his wife participate in his debauchery – or did she try to cover it up? Phil Harrison

Other Voices: Ireland’s biggest little music festival

10 p.m., BBC Four

Amy Winehouse, St Vincent and the National are some of the big names who have played this little festival in a Kerry church since it started 20 years ago. Annie Macmanus celebrates the anniversary with performances from the vaults and never-before-seen interviews. TIME

Unfiltered dating

10 p.m., Sky Max

Say it’s not: We’ve reached the final episode of Friday’s Final Game Current Series. To say goodbye, dating critics Sukh Ojla, Josh Widdicombe and Rosie Jones are back with their comedian friends to poke fun at Josh and Rowen on their wrestling date. TIME

Choice of movies

Regina Hall in Masters
Escalating Goosebumps… Regina Hall in Master Photography: Emily V Aragones/Amazon

Master (Mariama Diallo, 2022) Amazon Prime Video
Halfway between Get Out and the Netflix series The Chair, Mariama Diallo’s ambitious film uses a ghost story model to interrogate the racial realities of academia for African American female students and teachers. Regina Hall plays Gail, the first black housewife at a New England college, while Zoe Renee is Jasmine, a new student placed in a room possibly haunted by a girl who has committed suicide. A frightening slow escalation envelops both of their lives – but is the danger they feel the result of childish pranks, supernatural forces, or ingrained institutional bigotry? Simon Wardel


Athletics: World Indoor Championships8:15 a.m., BBC Two. The first day in Belgrade. The British team includes Olympic 800m silver medalist Keely Hodgkinson.

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