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Life After Love Island: Untold

11.05pm, Channel 4

“If I can get on to Love Island, I can get into Downing Street!” So says 2020 star Shaughna Phillips in this documentary. Reality TV obsessive Will Njobvu studies all 259 contestants of the highly criticised dating series and speaks to some of them – those who deem the show a “golden ticket” to fame and fortune, and others whose expectations quickly plummeted after they left the villa. Hollie Richardson

Waterloo Road

8pm, BBC One

It was a cheery return to high school last week, with Chlo’s (Katie Griffiths) family left weeping in a hospital corridor after she suddenly died. Expect a sobfest, then, as Donte (Ryan Thomas) struggles to pick up the pieces. HR

Miriam Margolyes: Australia Unmasked

9pm, BBC Two

It’s the third and final leg of the always entertaining Margolyes’s Australian journey, in which she takes a thoughtful look at how much their “fair go for all” philosophy works. Before signing off, she heads south and visits a nudist club (not at all surprising) and tackles ageism. HR

Miriam Margolyes next to a sign reading "Swim nude in our pool"
Miriam Margolyes: Australia Unmasked. Photograph: Ela Furdas/BBC/Southern Pictures

Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild

9pm, Channel 5

Fogle is on the 17th series of this watchable show – the world’s wildernesses must be teeming with former rat-racers going off-grid. Tonight, he visits Bette in northern Queensland. She takes a while to warm to her guest (and certainly won’t cook for him), but eventually the pair bond as Fogle explores his host’s motives. Phil Harrison

Reginald the Vampire

9pm, Sky Sci-Fi

“Are you a meat eater? I’m keeping an eye on my cholesterol.” Enter the baffling world of the vanity-obsessed vampire, an archetype to which recently turned antihero Reginald Andres doesn’t conform. Based on Johnny B Truant’s Fat Vampire novels, tonight’s comedic slice is peppered with unrequited love, as workplace bullies flail. Danielle De Wolfe

Belfast Midwives

10pm, Channel 4

Among the women welcoming their babies this week: Natalie, who conceived through IVF, has a labour that covers the day and night shifts of two midwives; and Azza, who needs an emergency C-section while her husband is away working in Cork. HR

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