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By Hollie Richardson, Graeme Virtue, Phil Harrison, Jack Seale and Simon Wardell
Let's Make A Love Scene is hosted by Ellie Taylor.
Let's Make A Love Scene is hosted by Ellie Taylor. Photograph: Roy J Baron

Let’s Make a Love Scene

10pm, Channel 4

Can you find love by re-enacting sex scenes from TV and film with single strangers? Yes, this really is the concept for a new dating show (and worryingly, it isn’t even the most bizarre one there’s been). Ellie Taylor is joined by intimacy coordinator Rufai “Roo” Ajala and acting coach Emma Crompton to help everyone get into character. In the first of two parts, therapist Starr takes on Fifty Shades of Grey, Ghost and The Notebook with three potential matches. Hollie Richardson

Guy Garvey: From the Vaults

8pm, Sky Arts

The Elbow frontman returns to riffle through the ITV archives to find offbeat musical performances and choice interview clips. First up is 1989, which means Melvyn Bragg waxing lyrical about Sonic Youth, Grace Jones charming Dame Edna while Tony Curtis looks on, plus the Stone Roses’ TV debut. Graeme Virtue

Meet the Khans: Big in Bolton

8.30pm, BBC Three

Amir and Faryal Khan seem like perfectly pleasant people, which makes this reality show offering an insight into their lives initially engaging but, eventually, slightly bland. Few Kardashian-style family dramas here – instead, Amir heads off to Nebraska to prepare for a fight and Faryal organises a family send-off. It’s cute but prosaic stuff. Phil Harrison

The Terror: Infamy

9pm, BBC Two

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Angela and Marilyn scale a gate
Effervescent … The Other One is a sitcom about a family discovering new members. Photograph: Joseph Scanlon/BBC/Tiger Aspect Productions

The Other One

9.30pm, BBC One

More from this effervescent sitcom about a family discovering endless new members. Ill-matched sisters Cathy (Ellie White) and Cat (Lauren Socha) have only just come to terms with each other. So why not introduce a long-lost brother (Christopher Jeffers’s Callum)? Better still, Callum and Cathy have a forbidden attraction. PH

Love Life

10.40pm, BBC One

The brilliant second season continues with a double bill. Marcus dreads a visit to his parents’ house where he will face their “I told you so” comments on his divorce, so he hooks up with an old flame to take his mind off things – but his mother quickly interferes. HR

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An engaging, respectful sequel … Ghostbusters: Afterlife. Photograph: Kimberley French/AP

Ghostbusters: Afterlife (Jason Reitman, 2021) 9.50am, 8pm, Sky Cinema Premiere

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Dive Deeper:
Let’s Make a Love Scene review – silly, sexy cosplay inspired by Swayze and Clooney
No one’s looking for love in this new dating show – they’re re-enacting steamy movies instead. But thankfully, it knows…
The stars of BBC's Being Human whose glittering careers were launched by the UK answer to Buffy the Vampire Slayer
You might have caught the supernatural show by chance when it was first on our screens some 14 years ago
Senior Year review – Rebel Wilson fails Netflix high school comedy
A miscast lead is one of many issues plaguing a broad and unfunny attempt to recapture the spirit of films…
Emmerdale's Michael Wildman says filming tonight's car stunt was like a Hollywood movie
Actor Michael Wildman who plays Emmerdale's Al Chapman has said tonight's stunt reminds him of his Hollywood movie days
One subscription that gives you access to news from hundreds of sites
Women’s FA Cup photo essay – road to Wembley, semi-final: West Ham v Manchester City
We are following the journey from the first round proper to the final and ahead of the culmination of this…
ITV Emmerdale: Real life of Al Chapman star Michael Wildman - famous wife and Hollywood movie career
Away from the Dales, the actor has enjoyed a varied career
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