9 p.m., Channel 4
Running all week, this four-part documentary on the wall goes inside London’s Major Trauma System, a unique interconnected network of 39 hospitals, air ambulances and paramedics set up after the London attacks. 7/7 in London in 2005 to coordinate emergencies. services and care. From the story of 12-year-old Lily, who was hit by a car on her way to school, to that of 58-year-old Peter, crushed under a 400kg crate at work, the film follows the stories of amazing patients and staff. Hollie Richardson
Bad Love: why did Fri kill Kyle?
9 p.m., BBC 3
After Fri Martin killed her boyfriend Kyle Farrell in her kitchen in 2014, the jury in her trial rejected her claim that she acted in self-defense. In the run-up to her appeal, Danielle Spears’ film has access to the former couple’s family and friends, raising many questions about domestic violence, guilt and Fri’s mental state on that fateful day. Hannah Verdier
This is going to hurt
9:15 p.m., BBC One
What does it take to give birth to triplets? Shruti is about to find out, with the help of no-frills white wine consultant Ms Houghton. Meanwhile, Adam’s moral compass goes haywire (again) when he emotionally blackmails the mother who brought the case against him. TIME
10 p.m., BBC 3
Would you go to the funeral of your ex’s nana (the nana you really loved)? It’s the next riddle that puts Jessie and Tom’s new relationship to the test tonight. There’s also an attempt at phone sex, a forgotten birthday, and a gaslighting boss to deal with. TIME
10:05 p.m., Atlantic Sky
After a season of overdoses, hellish parties, and trips to the ER, it’s almost nice that Euphoria’s finale is mostly about the fallout from Lexi’s play. Will a distraught Cassie lose control? Will Rue and Jules meet again? And will fan favorite Fez make it to season three? Henry Wong
10:35 p.m., BBC One
Another 10-minute trio of treats from the comedy series tonight, following the lives of Josh (Joshua McGuire) and Fola (Susan Wokoma, of Enola Holmes fame). Over the course of three episodes, there’s a family birthday party, a tense showdown, and a big decision to change the future. TIME
Snooker – Welsh Open, 12:45 p.m., Eurosport 1
First day at Celtic Manor, Newport.