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Grayson’s Art Club: Queen’s Jubilee Special

10 p.m., channel 4

“She must be the most painted person in the country, if not the world,” Grayson Perry says of the Queen as he opens this special art club — but that doesn’t stop him from creating even more works inspired by the monarch. to celebrate its platinum anniversary. After painting an anniversary sign, he talks to club members about their entries. Then another queen arrives – Prue Leith, who tries to make a chandelier while reminiscing about using the toilet at Buckingham Palace. Hollie Richardson

Glow Up: Britain’s next makeup star

8pm, BBC Three

Following recent news that Ncuti Gatwa will be the next Time Lord, Doctor Who makeup artist Danny Marie Elias is a guest judge on tonight’s episode themed prosthetic makeup. Aliens that graced the sci-fi series take center stage in the first task, after which the makeup artists create looks based on a science experiment gone wrong. Precious Adesina

The great British sewing bee

9pm, BBC One

It is halfway through the competition and we have reached children’s week. The eight remaining contestants must create a sailor suit that can withstand the playground, an outfit made with old-fashioned clothing, and a Halloween costume. HR

George Clarke flips fast

9 p.m., channel 4

Six teams will each receive £100,000 to buy properties, renovate and make as much money as possible – all in just a year. Whoever makes the biggest profit keeps the money. Everyone has their game plan, but who will make it happen? HR

The Hermit of Treig

9pm, BBC Four

Ken Smith in Treig's Hermit.
Charming… Ken Smith in Treig’s Hermit. Photo: Emily Macinnes

Ken Smith is 75. He has lived alone in the Scottish Highlands for almost 40 years. In Lizzie MacKenzie’s beautiful film, he reflects on the end of his lifestyle and life itself, as the hints of mortality become more frequent. Against all odds, it’s never maudlin – Smith is charming and still in awe of the dazzling nature around him. Phil Harrison

Inside No. 9

10pm, BBC Two

Jessica Hynes and Noah Valentine are guests in another exquisite piece of genius from creators Steve Pemberton and Reece Shearsmith. As always, the less you know in advance, the better, but in a nutshell: Helen and her teenage son Zach are at odds, until a mysterious and seemingly lovable stranger named Bob shows up on their doorstep. Ali Catterall

live sports

Live Vitality T20 Blast cricketKent Spitfires v Somerset, 7 p.m., Sky Sports Main Event. From the Spitfire Ground in Canterbury.

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