2022 – TV Tonight: Amateur Artists Face a Naked Awakening | Television

Drawers: The Great Nude Painting Challenge

5:30 pm, Channel 4

“In the studio we have paints and crayons. There’s a badass behind the curtain!” Software developer and hairstylist are among the amateur artists who wake up naked in this life drawing competition. Enthusiastic host Jenny Eclair presents contestants with a new model every night of the week to bring their skills, imagination and flair to the screen. Then they put 10 points on each other and the winner comes out with a prize of £1,000. Holly Richardson

spring hour

8 p.m., BBC Two

Chris Packham and Michaela Strachan are back to bring the best of British wildlife. At tonight’s opening, Iolo Williams caught a glimpse of eagles and otters on Mull Island while Megan McCubbin visits Kielder Forest. Morning: Snake, owls and small woodpeckers. Ali Cateral

british talent

8 p.m., ITV

In the first live semi-final, which runs throughout the week, the judges will welcome eight performances as well as golden buzzer artists Lauren Allred, Axel Blake, Born to Performance, Keichi Iwasaki, Flintz and Taylor. The first winner will be decided by public vote and the second by the jury. the master

silent watch

9 pm, BBC One

Unclear Intentions… Genesis Linya and Emilia Fox in Silent Witness. Photo: David Emery/BBC

In the middle of the 25th anniversary season, Nikki (Emilia Fox) examines a man’s body after his bloodied wife, knife in hand, walks into a police station. Amanda Burton continues to enjoy her comeback as Sam Ryan – with her intentions still unclear. the master

The Chris and Rosie Ramsay Show

9pm, BBC Two

It was only a matter of time before this successful podcast made its way to television. Craig Revell-Horwood and fiancée Jonathan Mering join comedian couple Geordie for a sneak peek into their relationship, hear the audience’s confessions, and hopefully keep the squabbling from entering into a full-blown argument. Alexey Doggins

Time Traveler’s Wife

9 p.m. Sky Atlantic

Stephen Moffat’s precarious journey on an emotional rollercoaster leads to Claire (Rose Leslie) being frustrated by her linear experience with time. She remembers when she was the girl who waited (Henry’s visit) – and when her teenage self wanted more. Jack Sil

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