Springtime on the Farm
Channel 5, 8pm

OVER the course of five nightly shows this week, Yorkshire Vet stars Peter Wright and Julian Norton, along with farmer and Countryfile presenter Adam Henson and Springwatch Unsprung’s Lindsey Chapman, celebrate the nation’s agricultural workers. The series begins with a look behind the scenes at a farm in South Yorkshire.

Travel Man: 48 Hours in Oslo
Channel 4, 8.30pm

RICHARD Ayoade is joined by Cold Feet star Fay Ripley for a wintry mini-break in Norway’s capital. First stop is The Thief hotel, home to an art collection that includes works by Warhol, Hirst, and Koons, as well as a Bryan Ferry-themed dining room. They also take a ride on a toboggan run and try to master cross-country skiing before visiting the National Gallery to check out Edvard Munch’s masterpiece The Scream and then sampling Michelin-starred food at Kontrast.

Secret Agent Selection: WW2
BBC 2, 9pm

DURING the Second World War, the Allies had an underground army that helped turn the balance of power. The agents of the Special Operations Executive (SOE) demonstrated tremendous courage and skill, but these spies were not randomly chosen. There were secret SOE training schools, where carefully selected and groomed trainee saboteurs were taught to create chaos in occupied Europe and the Far East. Five-part series.

STV, 9pm

ERIC is taken in for questioning by the police and Marcella and the team quiz him on his confrontation with Dr Lewis. He tells them he thought she had something to do with Gail’s disappearance due to Joel Lawrence. Marcella heads to investigate and is shocked when she sees Joel has a scar on his chest – and is surprised further when she discovers who his next of kin is. She heads to the killer’s house, where she finds Edward’s ringing phone.