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Discover the Art of Swedish Death Cleaning

Discover the Art of Swedish Death Cleaning

The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning
Life lessons … The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning. Photograph: Peacock

9pm, W
We can learn a lot about life from this team of Swedes, who are basically the Marie Kondos for people preparing for death. Amy Poehler narrates a surprisingly uplifting documentary series, which takes the Swedish death cleaning method from Margareta Magnusson’s book (“cleaning out your crap so others don’t have to when you’re dead”) and puts it into practice in the US – starting with 75-year-old Suzi, who needs to let go of her collection of phallic souvenirs.

Tom Kerridge Cooks Britain

8.30pm, ITV1
To Hexham, in Northumberland, to source some good old British beef for a rib-eye … and where the cattle aren’t easily, er, cowed. We also meet an adorable sheepdog, ecstatically rolling in dung. Then it’s on to Lancashire, where Tom looks for, well, “Toms”, to rustle up a mouthwatering roasted tomato and whipped feta flatbread.

Douglas Is Cancelled

9pm, ITV1
Steven Moffat’s cancel-culture drama turns toe-curling, as we learn more about Madeline (Karen Gillan) – the co-host who may or may not be about to throw Douglas (Hugh Bonneville) under a bus. It flashes back to when she met her idol Douglas for the first time, desperate to break into TV journalism at whatever cost.

So Help Me Todd

9pm, Alibi
The mother-and-son legal drama returns for a second season of workplace tension and dysfunctional family shenanigans. This week’s excuses for zingy comic repartee include Todd’s attempt to open his own PI business and the case of a news anchor who is murdered live on screen.

Outrageous Homes

10pm, Channel 4
It’s the last episode of Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen’s weirdly wonderful home decor series, and he’s finishing in typically outlandish style. A fake medieval castle in Weston-super-Mare, a “house of skulls”, an ex-council house with rooms that represent different countries and a “neon utopia” are all on the snooping-around itinerary.

Paul Whitehouse’s Sketch Show Years

10pm, Gold
We’ve reached the 90s, a decade in which, more than ever, comedy catchphrases “became the unofficial language of Britain”. Among other joys, it’s a reminder of how quietly groundbreaking Smack the Pony was, how much genuine pathos there was in The Fast Show, and just how much the late, great Felix Dexter is missed.

Live sport

Horse Racing: The July Festival, 1.30pm, ITV1
Flat racing from Newmarket.

Women’s International T20 Cricket: England v New Zealand, 6.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event
Match three of the five-match series, from Canterbury.

Source: The Guardian