The Martin Lewis Money Show (ITV, 8pm)

JANUARY can be one of the toughest times of the year when it comes to making ends meet. But one of the nation’s best-loved advisers is on hand to provide a light in the financial darkness. Once more, Martin Lewis is joined by Angellica Bell, and in this offering they help navigate new regulations relating to overdrafts. There is also look at consumer rights when asking for a refund.

Exposed: The Church’s Darkest Secret (BBC2, 9pm)

IN 1960, Peter Ball and his twin brother Michael established a monastic community. He later became the suffragan Bishop of Lewes and then Bishop of Gloucester, eventually resigning in 1993 after being cautioned for sexual abuse, although he continued to officiate at several churches. In 2005, Ball admitted to abusing 18 young men over a period of 15 years, while other charges were allowed, controversially, to lie on file. He was sentenced to 32 months’ imprisonment, released in 2017 and passed away last year. This disturbing two-part documentary examines Ball’s case, focusing on an alleged cover-up that allowed him to escape justice for years.

Silent Witness (BBC1, 9pm)

PART one of two. When a body is found in a field near the village of Hartford, Nikki and the Lyell team confirm it is that of missing teenager Jason Forbes. Working to the theory that most killers strike close to home, ambitious DCI Claire Ashby is committed to proving the guilt of her main suspect and sets her sights firmly on local locksmith Malcolm Wilde.

Catching a Killer: A Diary from the Grave (C4, 9pm)

WHEN elderly teacher Peter Farquhar was found dead at home in the village of Maids Moreton in 2015, it was sad and unexpected, but no-one thought it suspicious. But 18 months later, when his neighbour Ann Moore-Martin also fell ill and died, investigators decided to look again. This programme shows how a police inquiry soon uncovered a story of love and betrayal.