Grayson’s Art Club
8pm, Channel 4
One of the TV hits of the first lockdown saw the Turner prize winner Grayson Perry and his wife, the psychotherapist Philippa, enlist celebrity pals to encourage the public to get crafting while they were at home, ultimately putting together an exhibition – yet to open in Manchester – of the series’ finest works. In the first of a new series, the pair are joined by the singer Boy George, who creates a work inspired by his family, while the artist Yinka Ilori discusses how his situational work investigates his British and Nigerian heritage. Ammar Kalia
Raiders of the Lost Past With Janina Ramirez
9pm, BBC Two
The art historian Janina Ramirez continues her quest to uncover the archaeological relics of the past with a trip to Scandinavia. Here, she investigates how the discovery of a 1,000-year-old ship altered the reputation of the Vikings and was used as a symbol of national identity. AK
9pm, Channel 4
As if staying at home on your sofa watching TV on a Friday night were not exciting enough, here comes a new series of Gogglebox. Incredibly, it is the 17th batch of the comfort telly stalwart, with reliable fan favourites returning and promising more laughs and common-sense commentary. Hannah Verdier
Gregg Wallace: Big Weekends Away
9pm, Channel 5
TV’s loudest traveller is in Edinburgh, soaking up the culture and deafening all in his presence. As well as a history lesson on the city’s castles and underground streets, there’s also a culinary adventure for the MasterChef host, as he rustles up grouse and langoustines with the chef Tom Kitchin. Hannah J Davies
Bruno v Tyson
9pm, Sky Documentaries
One of our greatest homegrown documentary makers, Kevin Macdonald (Touching the Void), and Benjamin Hirsch relate the story of the US’s “baddest man on the planet”, Mike Tyson, and his rivalry with “Britain’s gentle giant”, Frank Bruno. The pair also confront their demons in this candid film. Ali Catterall
The Graham Norton Show
10.45pm, BBC One
Actors of every stripe grace Graham’s sofa this evening: Kate Winslet has another romantic role in a period drama, Stanley Tucci will (hopefully) demonstrate his negroni-mixing once more and the British star Kingsley Ben-Adir reflects on his recent success. Plus: music from Silk City. Ellen E Jones
The Age of Innocence (Martin Scorsese, 1993), 3.35pm, Sky Cinema Greats
The film that proved Martin Scorsese could do period dramas as well as mob tales, though the rule-bound society of 1870s New York isn’t too distant from mafia life. Daniel Day-Lewis and Michelle Pfeiffer are the forbidden lovers in a glossy but restrained 1993 Edith Wharton adaptation. Simon Wardell
Cricket: Lahore Qalandars v Multan Sultans 10am, Sky Sports Main Event. Pakistan Super League T20 match.
World Rally Championship 1pm, BT Sport 1. Live coverage from Finland.
Championship football: Derby County v Nottingham Forest 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Head to head live from Pride Park.