TV tonight: 13th May: Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock on British racism
The singer discusses systemic racism with Alexandra Burke, Nao and Keisha Buchanan. Plus: a Falklands veteran on Saved By a Stranger. Here’s what to watch this evening
Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop & Power
9pm, BBC One
As a member of perhaps the biggest girl group in the world, Little Mix, singer Leigh-Anne Pinnock is uniquely placed to discuss the pressures and attendant racism that come from being one of the most recognisable women of colour in the UK. In this confronting documentary, Pinnock examines Britain’s systemic racism and speaks to fellow pop stars including Alexandra Burke, Nao and Keisha Buchanan from the Sugababes, who recount their own experiences of racial abuse. Ammar Kalia
Gardening With Carol Klein
7pm, Channel 5
Klein continues to offer horticultural tips from the placid environs of her Devon cottage and its surrounding greenery. This week she is feeding and protecting bees, while creating an outlandish floral display. Plus, she delves into the world of 19th-century auricula theatres and small alpine troughs. Jack Seale
8pm, BBC One
Another round of nervy pitching in the socially distanced Den as would-be tycoons field vexing questions about their blue-sky business plans. The gadgets and gimmicks on parade this week include a timely nose filter, a nifty beach product and a whisky concept that wisely does not stint on the free samples. Graeme Virtue
Saved By a Stranger
9pm, BBC Two
Falklands veteran David recounts his ordeal as a 20-year-old when his ship was attacked and he and his crew were forced into the freezing South Atlantic Ocean, in this week’s episode of Anita Rani’s emotional reunion show. Twelve men lost their lives, and David is now looks for his surviving crewmates. AK
There’s Something About Movies
9pm, Sky One
The cinemas might still be closed but Alan Carr is back with his panel of stars – Jennifer Saunders, Michael Sheen and Tom Allen – to keep us guessing through rounds of madcap movie trivia and reenactments. Expect questions on everything from Paddington to Scorsese. AK
Frank of Ireland
10pm, Channel 4
Two-part finale of the comedy from Michael Moloney and the Brothers Gleeson: Frank is not ecstatic about the fact that he will have to move out when Mary sells the house – to the point of locking her out and barricading himself in. Meanwhile, a third Gleeson turns up – dad Brendan, as a “wild rover”. Is this Frank’s future? Ali Catterall
Elephant (Gus van Sant, 2003) 10.10pm, Sky Atlantic
Inspired by Alan Clarke’s bravura 1989 short drama depicting 18 killings in Northern Ireland, Gus Van Sant dispassionately follows events at a US high school, while two teenage boys prepare and carry out a mass shooting. The Columbine-style attack is even more chilling for being so matter-of-factly filmed. Simon Wardell
Premier League football: Aston Villa v Everton 5pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Followed by Manchester United v Liverpool at 8pm.
Hockey: Great Britain v Germany 5.30pm, BT Sport 1. Live from Lee Valley Hockey Centre, London.
Golf: The AT&T Byron Nelson 6.30pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Opening day’s coverage from the Trinity Forest Golf Course, Dallas.