Joe Lycett’s Got Your Back (C4, 8pm)

THIS week, the comedian investigates a money-making scheme that might not be quite what it claims to be and decides to turn the tables on nuisance callers. Katharine Ryan is back to lend a hand to struggling local businesses, while Mark Silcox takes a look at Black Friday deals – are they really the bargains they claim to be?

Later – With Jools Holland (BBC2, 10pm)

THE host reinvents his music show to accommodate the requirements of the lockdown, joined – virtually – in this edition by grime pioneer Dizzee Rascal. The east London rapper talks through his musical journey and some of the artists that were part of it, illustrated by clips from the BBC archives. His choices reflect the diverse array of genres, from indie to grime and jazz, that have influenced his music, alongside memories from a career that kicked off with his Mercury Prize-winning debut Boy In Da Corner in 2003. Plus, as part of the show’s focus on new music and artists, there’s a unique performance by a contemporary artist.

Thou Shalt Not Kill (More4, 9pm)

THE second series of the haunting Italian drama continues. The death of a psychologist who assesses the suitability of soldiers for special combat missions causes a great stir. Valeria and the team are presented with more than one suspect, including the wife of a possible lover, and a couple of soldiers involved in drug-running. The homicide unit must sift through conflicting stories and motives to get at the real killer while circumventing interference aimed at them from the upper military echelons.

Gardeners’ World (BBC2, 9pm)

WITH lockdown affecting new filming, Monty Don takes a romp through the Gardeners’ World archives. From delphiniums to clematis, irises, orchids and dahlias, expert growers share their passion along with hints and tips. Plus, Carol Klein visits a garden in Shropshire where she discovers picture perfect plant combinations, Adam Frost travels to the Cotswolds and finds out what happens when plants are brought together with imagination and daring and Nick Bailey offers a guide to the world of Britain’s favourite flower – the rose.