This evening's television sees The Celebrity Circle come to an end after an exciting week, just ahead of the launch of the standard series on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, there's an important investigation into the long-term effects of the coronavirus many continue to experience on Dispatches.
Vital explorations are also seen over on BBC Four as Storyville presents a look into the explosive abuse scandal that rocked Jersey.
The Truth About Long Covid: Dispatches - 8pm - Channel 4
Dispatches launches an investigation into long COVID, the experience of those dealing the effects of the coronavirus long-term.
The programme reports from Bradford, one of the UK's worst-hit communities in the pandemic, and raises the question whether the NHS will be able to handle the lasting impact of the virus.
Jamie: Keep Cooking Family Favourites - 8.30pm - Channel 4
Jamie Oliver is back in the kitchen, this time taking inspiration from France as he presents a roast chicken dish decorated with smoked bacon and tarragon, served on a bed of garlicky spinach lentils.
The chef dishes out some handy advice to viewers on ways to use up stale bread, while also serving up a prawn linguine with a twist.
The Celebrity Circle for Stand Up to Cancer - 9pm - Channel 4
The first celebrity edition of The Circle comes to an end tonight as the participants meet up and learn each other's real identities.
Emma Willis will finally unveil the winner of the series which has seen Lady Leshurr, Baga Chipz and Denise van Outen compete.
It comes just as the civilian series kicks off tomorrow night too.
Unforgotten - 9pm - ITV
The investigation deepens into the death of Matthew Walsh on Unforgotten as Cassie (Nicola Walker) and Sunny (Sanjeev Bhaskar) discover all four of their suspects had chased Walsh on the night it's thought he died.
Meanwhile, the pathologist identifies a cause of death implying Walsh was murdered.
Storyville Dark Secrets of a Trillion Dollar Island: Garenne - 10pm - BBC Four
The extraordinary story of the child abuse scandal that rocked the island of Jersey in 2007 is explored in this BBC Four documentary.
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The media descended upon the offshore tax haven and a community divided between those wanting to keep attracting investors to the islands and those wanting justice.
The film follows the bloggers that kept chasing the story after the wide-spread media attention died down.
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