TV Tonight: My Brilliant Friend ends in tension, insults and fights | Television

my brilliant friend
9 p.m., Atlantic Sky

The Neapolitan delight concludes with a dramatic double bill. Lenù’s feminism creates tension between her and Pietro, but there’s even more trouble to come when rebels Pasquale and Nadia show up at her Florence home, hurling insults. Later, the friends go on vacation and their peace is interrupted by a fight between Lila’s son and Lenù’s daughters. Hannah Verdier

The dragon’s lair
8 p.m., BBC One

The investment bear pit, where shaky business plans go hand in hand, is reaching the end of its current run, and the newest Dragon, Steven Bartlett, has proven a fiery addition to the lineup. Among the projects in search of real money tonight: a nifty webcam and chewable caffeine for runners. Graeme Virtue

Avery and Osama in Eating With My Ex. Picture: Screenshot/BBC/Thames TV/EWME/Dan Russell

Eating with my ex
8 p.m., BBC 3

“Why did you lie about being pregnant? Yes, the clumsiness dining table keeps giving. This week, Osama has questions for Avery, who reportedly “opened up on another level.” Meanwhile, Alan and Mat are still living together two years after their separation. Are they really ready to move on? excluding tax

Gordon Ramsay’s Future Stars of Gastronomy
9 p.m., BBC One

Chef Ramsay is back with two new assignments, on the show which will see him invest £150,000 of his own money in a winning food entrepreneur. The 11 contestants must master how to smoke salmon at a restaurant in Hackney Wick, then serve up a feast of the woods over an open fire. Easy. Hollie Richardson

A League of Their Own: Dingle to Dover
9 p.m. Sky Max

Freddie Flintoff and Jamie Redknapp embark on a new joke-packed road trip through Ireland and Great Britain, starting with the west coast of Ireland. Joined by comedian Romesh Ranganathan and former footballer Patrice Evra, the guys try their hand at sheep farming before performing with Riverdance. Ammar Kalia

Meet the Richardsons
10 p.m., Dave

Lucy gets excited about auditioning for The Masked Singer (“I’m scared to take my mask off and people still won’t know who I am”), while Jon films a scene for Line of Duty ( because “Jason Manford said no”, according to Jed Mercurio) in this friendly mockumentary. TIME

Choice of movies

Big stories… Greta Gerwig and Lola Kirke in Mistress America.
Big stories… Greta Gerwig and Lola Kirke in Mistress America. Photography: Album/Alamy

Mistress America (Noah Baumbach, 2015), 2h20, Film4
For this week’s Greta Gerwig/Noah Baumbach fix, take your pick from this one or Frances Ha, which precedes it. Both cast co-writer Gerwig as a New Yorker effervescent about the city, full of ideas — some of them wild — but blessed with enthusiasm and a seductive nature. In 2015’s hilarious Mistress America, Gerwig’s future restorer Brooke becomes an object of fascination for her new half-sister, Lola Kirke’s clumsy literature student Tracy. Fiction and reality vie for the job as Tracy finds inspiration for her short stories in her new friend. Simon Wardel

Live sports

Golf: the masters 2 p.m., Sky Sports main event. First day of the 2022 Augusta National tournament in Georgia, won last year by the Japanese Hideki Matsuyama.

Premier League Darts 7 p.m., Sky Sports Action. Night nine of the tournament from the First Direct Arena, Leeds.

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