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TV Tonight: Old Flames, Drugs And A Guest Star In Irma Vep

Irma Vep10pm, Sky AtlanticThe acidic behind-the-scenes movie farce set in Paris continues, with slumming star Mira (Alicia Vikander) being led astray by her crack-loving co-worker Gottfried (Lars Eidinger). She also catches up with an old flame (The Sandman’s Tom Sturridge), who is in town to shoot what looks like a truly bobbins Blade Runner knockoff. Meanwhile, troubled director René (Vincent Macaigne) unpacks his relationship with his ex-wife. Graeme Virtue

Celebrity MasterChef8pm, BBC One“Less would probably be more,” says Chris Eubank in tonight’s celebrity cook-off before plating up a solitary chunk of butternut squash. Gareth Malone fries some chicken and Mel Blatt makes cheesecake, while reality star Queen Mojo delivers a prawn curry and words the judges never want to hear: “Let’s find out tomorrow if they have diarrhoea …” Alexi Duggins

Worst House on the Street8pm, Channel 4A single mum on Merseyside has bought a derelict, partly flooded home in the latest episode of this property renovation series. Will she stick to her £20k budget? Can the show’s developer hosts help her remove the awful pebbledash to make its value skyrocket? And are we expected to find this palatable during a housing crisis? Our guesses: yes, yes and (unbelievably) yes. AD

Panorama: The Billion-Pound Savings Scandal9pm, BBC OneTonight’s Panorama investigates investment schemes in which huge amounts of money are lost. As the team follow one particular case of a £46m fund, it is revealed that shocking factors behind losses include suspicious payments, offshore money and even a phantom head of the KGB. Hollie Richardson

Ian Fleming in Secrets of the Spies. Photograph: ITVSecrets of the Spies9pm, ITVThe case of Bulgarian dissident writer Georgi Markov – who died of ricin poisoning after being jabbed in the leg by a stranger’s umbrella – is explored in tonight’s episode about the targeted elimination of enemies. It also revisits the fatal poisoning of Alexander Litvinenko and the attempts on the lives of Salisbury victims Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia. HR

From9pm, Sky Sci-FiThe inescapable town continues to mess with the minds of its reluctant residents as this intriguing mystery continues. Jim and Tabitha seem apathetic and resigned to their eternal fate. But Kenny is building a radio tower – could this gambit break the stasis? Probably not: after all, season two is in the works. Phil Harrison

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