10 pm, BBC Four
An excellent eight-part series from Storyville, following the election of outsider and progressive prosecutor Larry Krasner as district attorney Philadelphia – a city with one of the highest prison rates in the United States. We open in the fall of 2017, when civil rights lawyer Krasner begins his application, much to the surprise of the district attorney’s office – the institution to which he spent most of his career suing. And soon he is causing controversy by announcing a proposed new monetary policy. Omar Potassium
19.20, BBC One
This week the hospital has a lot of deaths and gloom, the lives of two patients are hanging by a thread. Zhong and Josh face hard times at work when Fletch’s daughter is brought in for surgery. Lucky, meanwhile, admits she made a bad decision after a tragic reversal. Hannah Verdier
Bake Off: Professionals
20:00, Channel 4
The competition continues, as the five teams are tasked to prepare 24 identical desserts in the form of carrots, the taste of which can not be similar to vegetables. Judges Benoit and Cheris then look for tall, symmetrical religious pastries à l’ancienne. AK
Lagoon Trick: Remains of War
20.35, PBS America
In the eyes of America, the attack on Pearl Harbor required a harsh response. From here, in 1944, Operation Hail, an air strike on the Japanese Naval Operations Center, took place. Many ships have been sunk – this documentary explores a doomed fleet. Phil Harrison
999: What is your emergency?
21:00, Channel 4
Since the turn of the century, more than 13,000 British pubs have closed. Accordingly, the amount of booze sold for home consumption has increased. Today’s episode shows what happens when home parties go very differently than South Yorkshire police feel. Ali Cathedral
The cartoon starring Darlow Kirvan reaches its climax, and reveals how Val Dennis’s husband (Stuart Graham) died on her birthday. Sergeant Manning (Michael Patrick) takes Colum for questioning, and when CCTV footage shows him coming out that night, he becomes the prime suspect. AK
There will be blood (Paul Thomas Anderson, 2007) 11.10, 20.00, Sky Cinema Greats
Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis is at the dark center of Anderson’s story of blood, sweat and black gold in California in the 1900s. His Daniel Plainview, a prospect who became an oil tycoon, is in part a cruel monster, partly a loving father: a figure more than life, in a true American epic. Paul Howlett
Cricket: India vs. New Zealand 10 a.m., Sky Sports main event. The final of the World Test Championship with The Ageas Bowl.
Football Euro 2020: Czech Republic – England 19:00, ITV. Group D clash at Wembley Stadium.
UEFA Euro 2020 football: Croatia – Scotland 19:00, ITV4. Group D match with Hampden Park.