Unstoppable: Sean Scully and the Art of Everything (BBC2, 9pm)

SOME artists, such as David Hockney and Damien Hirst, become superstars in their lifetime, while others are hugely successful but stay under the radar, at least on home turf. The eponymous subject of this film is one such enigma. Abstract artist Sean Scully is one of the planet’s wealthiest painters who may be little known at home, but abroad his work is adored by many. He grew up penniless on the streets of Dublin and London, suffered homelessness, spent part of his teenage years with street gangs and has spent 55 years in an often hostile art world. Cameras follow the 73-year-old as he flies around the world to open 15 museum exhibitions – a journey that also reveals his extraordinary life story.

Follow the Money (BBC4, 9pm)

THE Danish crime thriller returns for a third series. Businessman Nicky (Esben Smed) is back in Denmark after spending time in Spain, but hears surprising news about his five-year-old son Milas, whom he has not seen for two years. Meanwhile police officer Alf (Thomas Hwan) is given a new role in a task force after an unexpected discovery in a basement. Then, in the second part of tonight’s opening double bill, Alf uncovers a connection to mysterious kingpin Marco, while Milas pays the price as his father tries to keep his businesses going.

Britain’s Got Talent (STV, 7.15pm)

ANT and Dec return to host the 13th series of the nationwide talent search, joined by judging panel Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams. An assortment of acts from will be displaying their talents, hoping to win the grand prize of £250,000 and the opportunity to appear at the Royal Variety Performance. As in previous years, each judge, as well as Ant and Dec, have the option to send one contestant straight through to the live semi-finals as their Golden Buzzer act.

The Voice UK – Live Final (STV, 8.40pm)

UNLIKE The X Factor, this show has struggled to find a winner, or even runners-up that have become as successful as the likes of (current judge) Olly Murs, JLS, One Direction or Little Mix. Which is odd because it’s done well in the rest of the world. Emma Willis presents the final as one of the singers hopes to follow in the footsteps of 2018 victor Ruti Olajugbagbe. Tom Jones has guided two victors over the years but it’s anyone’s guess who will be top coach this time.

Live PD (More4, 10pm)

RECORDED from a live US broadcast the previous weekend, this series provides an unscripted look inside the unpredictable world of officers patrolling the streets of America. In the studio, a host sits alongside two police detectives and guides viewers through the night’s events. They provide an insight into what the audience is seeing on body and dashboard cams, bouncing between the featured police departments and offering an inside look at each live incident.