TV tonight: Ronan Farrow delves into the Harvey Weinstein sexual abuse cases

“I’m not going to do anything – I swear on my children – please come in … ” Hearing Harvey Weinstein unwittingly provide the evidence that would eventually lead to his conviction is horrifying yet strangely satisfying. In episode one of Ronan Farrow’s deep dive into the case, Ambra Gutierrez recounts how she captured Weinstein’s chilling admission in a hotel room, then approached Farrow about an exposé after the authorities didn’t use the evidence to prosecute. Using never-before-seen footage and new insights, it paints the full, grim picture of one of Hollywood’s biggest scandals. Hollie Richardson

“I really need Stacey Solomon to sort my dreadful life out,” said no one, ever. Yet here we are. Of course, the woman has her limits – strictly decluttering only. This week, Solomon persuades the Paine family to let go of half of their possessions. It’s that simple, apparently. HR

Carol Vorderman and Ashley Banjo salute the nation’s many unsung heroes at an awards show that feels particularly poignant this year. Jordan Pickford, Sharon Stone, Ed Sheeran, Prince Charles, Westlife and Stephen Fry join in the ceremony at Grosvenor House, London. Tissues at the ready. HR

The second season of Neil Forsyth’s dark drama concludes, starting with a classic bargaining-in-a-warehouse scene and developing into a series of showdowns where yet more smothered resentments escape and cause havoc. Phyllis Logan and Mark Bonnar tense every sinew of Forsyth’s precise script. Jack Seale

A new series based on the bestselling detective novels by PD James. Tonight, DCI Adam Dalgliesh investigates the death of a student nurse, apparently poisoned during a training demonstration that goes horribly wrong. So dingily 1975 that you can virtually smell the Old Spice fumes. Continues tomorrow night. Ali Catterall

Dara Ó Briain is back with reliable laughs and familiar faces, as the beloved topical panel show returns for its 600th series (or something like that). Joining the warm host are Maisie Adam, Alasdair Beckett-King, Ivo Graham, Rhys James, Ria Lina and Hugh Dennis. HR

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