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Couple therapy

10 p.m., BBC Two

Get out the popcorn and take some notes: you’re about to be a fly on the wall in a couples therapy session. In this American reality TV series, Dr. Orna Guralnik invites couples into the room for an hour at a time. First of all, Annie remembers the time she threw her husband Mau’s birthday party – and he hopped on a plane to Italy instead. Uh … Hollie richardson

Junior oven baking

5 p.m., channel 4

Now for some tea time fun. Harry Hill welcomes 16 kids to the Bake Off tent to shame us with their spatula skills in the first of a new series. In the opening round, Ravneet Gill and Paul Hollywood judge two cake-based challenges, including a show that depicts the bakers’ proudest moments. TIME

Inside Art Special: Coventry City of Culture

7 p.m., Sky Arts

The Midlands are in the spotlight tonight, with a focus on Coventry – the cultural city of 2021 – in this hour-long special. Described as “the city where the movement began”, spectators tour its museums and galleries, while recalling the city’s innovation in the transportation industry and the historic activism that takes place there. TIME

Unpackaged food goes vegetarian

8 p.m., Canal 4

Here’s something for anyone who is currently ditching meat for January to chew. This collection of vegetarian features from the show sees Jimmy Doherty subjecting Beyond Burger’s plant-based patties to a taste test, Kate Quilton investigating the versatile jackfruit, and tips for viewers who want to grow their own vegetables. TIME

Art on the BBC: Van Gogh – Life and Art

9 p.m., BBC Four

Art historian Kate Bryan draws on BBC archives to understand the television history of one of the world’s most famous artists: Vincent van Gogh. From fine art documentaries to dramas such as Doctor Who, Bryan learns that television has long been drawn to the tortured painter, who chased the sun into the sunflower fields of Provence. Henri wong


10:05 p.m. Sky Atlantic

Season two of the shocking drama for Sam Levinson’s parents has been a long time coming, but now it’s back to pick up the story of 17-year-old Rue Bennett (Zendaya, who won an Emmy for her performance) and her battle. with addiction. She was last seen hitting rock bottom, making bad choices, and turning to what looked like a very stylized clip. So, has she found her way back to relapse? Hunter Schafer as Jules Vaughn and Sydney Sweeney as Cassie Howard also reprise their roles in the cast of the Revolutionary Ensemble. Dawson’s Creek it doesn’t, with the promise of an even darker feel this time around (Levinson said it would be a “brutal” season). Hannah verdier

Live Sport

England Cup Soccer: Manchester United v Aston Villa 7:30 p.m., BBC One. A tie in the third round of Old Trafford.