Heineken Champions Cup Rugby Union, C4, 5.05pm

Munster host Exeter Chiefs at Thomond Park in what is both sides’ sixth and final Pool Two fixture. The teams shared the spoils in a 10-10 draw in the reverse fixture on matchday one. In horrendous conditions at Sandy Park, Exeter had led 10-3 at one stage courtesy of Luke Cowan-Dickie’s first-half try and five points from the boot of Gareth Steenson.

Stonehenge: Digging Up Britain’s Past, C5, 8pm
Helen Skelton and Alex Langlands explore the history of Stonehenge, examining the stones that make up the structures and how they were transported 120 miles from their origins on Salisbury Plain. Helen also visits a village where builders were believed to have lived during the site’s construction and meets scientists who have analysed the bodies buried beneath the monument, including the remains of a man who is believed to have come to Stonehenge from Switzerland.

Black Lake, BBC4, 9pm
The Swedish thriller prequel reaches a gripping conclusion with a double bill. Oscar has vanished, but Uno does not want to inform the police straight away as it might threaten the enterprise on Kallskar. Then all the group’s mobile phones are stolen and the landlines to the mainland cut. Meanwhile Gittan, who has stated that something has not been quite right on the mysterious island for the past few weeks now, finds her boat has also gone missing.

Drake’s Royal Voyager, C5, 9pm
The Golden Hinde was an English galleon best known for circumnavigating the globe between 1577 and 1580. Captained by mariner, privateer and explorer Sir Francis Drake, she was originally known as Pelican, but was renamed mid-voyage in 1578, in honour of Drake’s patron, Sir Christopher Hatton, whose crest was a golden hind. In this one-off documentary, Rob Bell explores the adventures of the famous ship that Drake used to plunder Spanish treasure.