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No Refuge: The Untold Chapter of the Anne Frank Story

21:00, History of the sky.

This feature documentary, dedicated to Holocaust Remembrance Day, is written as “a kind of prequel to the iconic diary of Anne Frank.” It details newly discovered letters written by Anna’s father, Otto, who were not seen for almost 70 years as he sought help for his family while living under Nazi rule. Leonard Burney, one of the officers who liberated Bergen-Belsen, where Anna and her sister Margot died, helps tell the story. Holly Richardson

Traveler: 48 hours in Salzburg

20:30, channel 4

This week is two days of salmon, schnitzel and strudel as Joe Lycett takes comedian Reusen Konati for a ride to the Austro-German border. In addition to Salzburg specialties, they take part in a forest bathing master class, revisit Mozart’s roots and sing while cycling around the Sound of Music locations. HR

death in paradise

21:00, BBC 1

Sun-shot and calypso-supported detective action continues as the bride’s father is stabbed to death at the wedding. Luckily, he uses his last breaths to declare his ex-wife the killer – the case is closed. Until Ralph Little and his team come up with different ideas. Alexi Duggins

Live in Apollo

21:45, BBC 2

Liberal-fiery stand-up Jeff Northcott is this week’s host, pausing his assault on well-intentioned middle classes to introduce two comedians with a good line of self-torture: former catwalk model Michelle de Swart and Sean McLaughlin, who berates the modern world and his place in it. Jack Seal

22:00, Sky Max

Matt Lucas, Alice James and local football chief Andrew Mensah are back from their holiday break to dive back into all things fantasy football. Along with destroying the celebrity guest team, they will be revealing all the latest news and transfers. HR

The Graham Norton Show

22:40, BBC 1

This week, Norton invites The Crown’s Claire Foy, The Sixth Sense and The Servant creator M. Night Shyamalan, and Buffy’s Sarah Michelle Gellar to the couch. Comedian Rob Beckett serves with laughter, and dessert is served thanks to the sweet tones of British award-winning Sam Smith. Daniel DeWolf

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FA Cup: Manchester City v Arsenal, 19:30, ITV1 Fourth round match selection at the Emirates Stadium.

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