Here are the picks of tonight's TV...

Sacred Wonders (BBC1, 9pm)

WHAT people do for faith in some of the most stunning sacred places on Earth. In the second episode, a Shinto devotee undertakes a gruelling challenge at the sacred Nachi Falls in Japan, hoping to ensure the wellbeing of his country for another year. Meanwhile in Mali, a young Muslim man helps to replaster Djenne’s Great Mosque in the hope of a place in paradise, and at the Cathedral of St John the Divine in New York, an Anglican priest manages an astonishing ceremony to bring people – and their animals – closer to God.

Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain (C4, 9pm)

TEN years on from her death, this series explores the rollercoaster life of Jade Goody, one of the most loved – and hated – reality TV contestants, to tell a bigger story of class, politics and cultural change in Britain, at a time when reality TV became the biggest and most polarising form of entertainment in the country. Featuring exclusive interviews and never-before-seen footage, the series explores how Goody’s life story mirrors a period of social change in Britain.

Deep Water (STV, 9pm)

PAULA Daly’s acclaimed Windermere series of novels are the inspiration for this new six-part drama. Anna Friel, Sinead Keenan and Rosalind Eleazar head the cast as three complex and vibrant women who are connected by their children, and who are all facing tough decisions. Lisa (Friel) is attempting to run a business while raising three youngsters; her husband Joe is working all hours as a taxi driver. Physiotherapist Roz (Keenan) is struggling to make ends meet thanks to debts run up by her partner Winston, while Kate (Eleazar) seems to have it all – she’s wealthy, attractive and has a seemingly perfect home life. But during a disastrous dinner party involving Lisa and Joe, everything begins to unravel.