Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast (C4, 8pm)

SINGER Mel B joins Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty for some Caribbean cooking. Together they recreate curry chicken, rice and peas, and Mel discovers just how much love went into her Grandma Iris’ recipe back on the island of Nevis. Jamie puts a spin on the traditional Friday night takeaway with a mushroom shawarma that packs a tasty punch, while Jimmy cooks some bay-salt prawns and sweet chilli sauce for an impressive party piece.

Deadwater Fell (C4, 9pm)

DAVID Tennant’s quest for media domination shows little sign of abating, as Good Omens and this drama proves. In episode three, armed with new evidence, the case looks cut and dried, but a new revelation raises doubt as the emotional ripple effects of the fire take their toll on those closest to the tragedy. Steve goes to his work-appointed counselling and a past conversation with Kate is revealed. As the truth begins to emerge, everyone questions their role in the tragedy. Cush Jumbo, Matthew McNulty and Anna Madeley also star.

Monty Don’s American Gardens (BBC Two, 8.30pm)

THE Gardeners’ World host concludes his US tour by exploring the scenery of the west coast. He begins in Arizona where he learns about cacti and marvels at the sight of them in the desert and in private gardens. In Palm Springs, Monty views gardens with famous owners, from film stars to big businessmen and politicians. LA is Monty’s next stop where he hears how schoolchildren are taking up gardening.

The Goes Wrong Show (BBC One, 8.30pm)

THIS show focuses on the hapless amateur dramatics group’s efforts to produce a compelling period romance. It starts well, with an impressive set involving a grand country home, but soon descends into chaos involving a storm, a possible flood, equestrian antics, misfiring special effects and a ceiling fan with a mind of its own. Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer and Henry Shields head the cast.