Winter Paralympics Today, Channel 4, 6pm
LEE McKenzie and Jonnie Peacock haven’t quite made it to PyeongChang in South Korea, but they are at the Snow Centre in Hemel Hempstead to present action from day two, including the men’s and women’s downhill skiing, and Great Britain v Norway in wheelchair curling. Analysis comes from Charlotte Evans and Jade Etherington. The live coverage resumes at 12.30am with the men’s and women’s Super-G events.

Hitchcock’s Shower Scene: 78/52, BBC2, 9pm
EVEN people who have never seen Alfred Hitchcock’s thriller Psycho (and if that applies to you, try to remedy that situation straight away) are probably familiar with its famous shower scene. It’s one of the most famous and most frequently parodied sequences in film history, yet despite its familiarity, it retains the ability to shock. In this feature-length documentary (the 78/52 refers to the 78 camera set-ups and 52 cuts that make up the scene), director Alexandre Philippe analyses what makes it so powerful.

Troy: Fall Of A City, BBC1, 9pm
ACHILLES’S shock attack on Troy’s ally Cilicia devastates the Trojans and puts the spotlight on Helen. Meanwhile, Andromache receives both good and bad news, and a bitter dispute erupts between Agamemnon and Achilles.

Piers Morgan’s Life Stories, STV, 9.50pm
COMEDIAN Jim Davidson talks about his turbulent personal life, which includes five marriages and a battle with alcohol addiction. He also opens up about his arrest under Operation Yewtree – he was subsequently cleared – and his work to reduce the numbers of veterans in prison.