TV tonight: another day in paradise for detective Ralf Little – The Guardian

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Death in Paradise9pm, BBC One

Ralf Little reprises his role as DI Neville Parker on the picturesque island of Saint Marie in the 10th season of this fan-favourite detective drama. Another day, another murder and this time it is the turn of poor TV presenter Melanie Sharpe (Eleanor Fanyinka), who is found dead in her pool. The prime suspect is the head anchor of her show, Garfield Tourn (Patrick Robinson), but the teams efforts to solve the case are hampered by personal problems, including Nevilles sick building syndrome from the police station. Ammar Kalia

Did the title come before the idea? It matters little because Sheridan Smiths enthusiasm plus a bunch of fluffballs on a quest to find Britains best dog groomers means that canine fans are well catered for. If youve ever wanted to find out how to blowdry a shih-tzu, youve found your perfect show. Hannah Verdier

The adrenaline-fuelled tales of the volunteer RNLI crews around the UK continue. There is a callout for a missing kitesurfer in the Solent with searching crews fearing the worst after hours without a sighting, while in Chiswick, the harried crew are called out to try and save nine lives on the Thames. AK

New series of the show that turns the Dursleys cupboard under the stairs into, well, if not exactly Hogwarts, somewhere fabulous in which to live, work and play. Tonight: a couple turning an old fire engine into a bar to raise money for firefighters charities; and a man building a shepherds hut. Ali Catterall

Chess grandmasters and pundits remember the 1978 World Championship, when defector Viktor Korchnoi tempestuously challenged Soviet poster boy Anatoly Karpov. The match went to the wire, but not before it had descended into a farce of allegations and KGB theories. Jack Seale

Jimmy Carr presents the spinoff show of his annual, all-encompassing quiz, featuring celebrity panellists including comics Rob Beckett, Roisin Conaty, Nish Kumar, Katherine Ryan and Rob Brydon and Strictlys Oti Mabuse. The questions and the rivalries are as chaotic as always. AK

British director Daniel Barbers revisionist western pits tough women against feral men on an isolated farmstead during the American civil war. Sisters Augusta and Louise (Brit Marling, Hailee Steinfeld) and their slave Mad (Muna Otaru) face off against a pair of scavenging union soldiers who come prowling. Paul Howlett

Australian football: Brisbane Roar v Sydney FC 8am, BT Sport 1. Womens match from Dolphin Oval.

Cricket: Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Stars 10am, BT Sport 2. T20 match from Carrara.

PGA Tour Golf: The Sentry Tournament of Champions 11pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Day one coverage form Hawaii.

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