Westworlders know that the common fly symbolises a dramatic turn in the mind-boggling sci-fi series, so the mammoth swarm in the opener of this new season screams “UH-OH!”. The action-packed episode sees Maeve (Thandiwe Newton) “disposing and dismembering” those in her way; Dolores (Evan Rachel Wood) having a similar experience navigating the dating minefield; and Caleb (Aaron Paul) realising that there will be no peace while William (Ed Harris) is on the loose. Hollie Richardson
The team investigates every morning breakfast option they can find in this illuminating take on all things milky and crunchy. Amanda Byram discovers how long you can really keep milk for, and Matt Tebbutt visits the Shreddies factory. But it’s Briony May Williams who gets the plum job: finding the best bacon butty. Hannah Verdier
James Graham’s masterpiece reaches its penultimate episode. Flashbacks to 1984 show what really happened on the night that tore the community apart, for a spycop-related cliffhanger that will undoubtedly cause a collective gasp across the nation. The series concludes tomorrow. HR
Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell solve more family mysteries. Roy is searching for his birth mother, who felt forced to give up her baby because of his race. Sanae is also looking for her biological mum, after a family revelation rocked her life at the age of 30. Henry Wong
It takes a moment to get onboard with this unfamiliar concept – actors lip-synching previously unheard audio interviews with gay men through the Aids crisis – but it’s a fresh way of telling their stories. As well as showing the devastating reality of the disease (we learn who died shortly after the recordings), it celebrates being gay (“I had the most fabulous lifestyle – I was a Bolly-swigging coke addict,” boasts club-goer John). HR
Cate Blanchett narrates this pressing Dispatches about the Russian bombardment of Ukraine’s second city, Kharkiv. Filmed over 10 weeks, it tells the city’s story through the eyes of its locals, such as firefighter Roman and paramedics Tatjana and Irina. HR
Tennis: Wimbledon 11am, BBC Two. The first round of the men’s and ladies’ singles competitions. The UK will be hoping that Emma Raducanu has recovered from injury. Coverage continues throughout the week.