In the first of tonight's two episodes bringing the second series to a close, Arkady finally plays his hand, forcing Stan into an unenviable decision. Philip tries to prepare Fred for a crucial mission and Elizabeth rushes to get Jared out. Spy drama, starring Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell.
could there be more victims?
killers behind bars: Steven GRiffiths - the crossbow cannibal
Professor David Wilson investigates the crimes of former criminology student Stephen Griffiths, the self-dubbed Crossbow Cannibal, who killed and dismembered three women between 2009 and 2010 - and ate parts of their bodies. Meeting some of the country's leading crime experts and putting his own cutting-edge theories to the test, Wilson asks when Griffiths' killing cycle began and whether he is responsible for more deaths than those already known about.
something completely different
a liar's autobiography: the untrue story of monty python's graham chapman
bbc 4, 10pm
(2012, Comedy) Premiere. Animated comedy based on the Python's surreal fictionalised account of his life story. Featuring recordings of Chapman's readings from the original book made before his death in 1989, and the voices of John Cleese, Michael Palin, Terry Jones and Terry Gilliam.
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Sky Atlantic, 10pm
Kate homes in on Mickey as she continues her investigation and when a former member of Sully's gang turns up in Los Angeles, it's in the interests of both Ray and Cochran to get rid of him. However, the fixer and the FBI chief disagree over how best to do it. Mr Keith forces Mickey to get a job and Bunchy encounters a potential love interest at his new place of work.
Following the revelation that her father is alive, Jessica sets off to find him with hostage Milner in tow, while Arby takes Anton and Grant to a remote place from his past. Ian and Becky want to tell The Network that Janus is racially selective in the hope of stopping the flu virus from being released, but Wilson and Leah discover the darker and more terrifying secret it holds.Starring Alexandra Roche (pictured).