It Pays to Behave (C4, 8pm)

IF we tell you that Rylan Clark-Neal is the host of this new family game show, it probably won’t come as much of a surprise. The former X Factor finalist seemingly never has a day off – during the past year, he’s constantly been on our screens, as if he’s trying to break some kind of world record. Either that or he’s worried his bubble is about to burst.

Jack Whitehall’s Sporting Nation (BBC1, 8.30pm)

JACK continues to take a light-hearted and nostalgia-filled look back at Britain’s sporting history, telling the nation’s story through its most iconic moments and characters. In this third edition, he takes a comedic sprint through British sport’s greatest underdog moments, from Leicester City’s incredible Premier League win in 2016 and Kelly Holmes’ double Olympic triumph in 2004, to a certain Northern Irish snooker player with odd-looking glasses whose World Championship victory gripped the nation in 1985.

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Miriam Margolyes: Almost Australian (BBC2, 9pm)

THE veteran actor has been a regular visitor to Australia for 40 years – her partner, retired academic Heather Sutherland, hails from the country and they have a home in New South Wales. They divide their time between it, Kent and the Italian region of Tuscany. Margolyes herself became an Australian citizen in 2013. As a result, it’s a country she knows well – or at least superficially. Now she wants to delve deeper into her adopted nation’s psyche.

QE2: The World’s Most Luxurious Hotel (C5, 9pm)

NEW series. Life aboard the most famous ocean liner in the world, now a floating hotel in Dubai. Bigger than Titanic, she transported rock stars and royalty and sailed over six million miles, circumnavigating the globe 25 times before being retired. With more than 100 five-star hotels, competition in the Dubai hotel market is fierce and though millions have already been spent on her refurbishment, she’s still only 40 per cent complete.