Shopping queens Helen Skelton and Sabrina Grant round off a year of online purchasing with advice on how to make your money go further using Amazon. They weigh up the good and bad of the online retail giant, including its hidden discounts. Hannah Verdier
Mickey Down and Konrad Kay’s visceral drama following the lives of a group of young graduates at a competitive London investment bank continues. Harper is recruited into another compromising and fraught business deal by Eric (Ken Leung), while Robert and Yasmin’s flirtation intensifies. AK
Luca Guadagnino’s coming-of-age story about two American teenagers living on a military base in Italy continues. While Fraser strikes up a connection with Jonathan, Caitlin continues to experiment with her sexual identity. Can her father Richard re-establish a bond between them? Ali Catterall
Compared with his famous impressionist paintings of Paris, Renoir’s later works provoke strongly divergent reactions. But why did the great 19th Century artist choose to take this different – and surprisingly influential – tack? Presenter Tim Marlow draws on his 181-work collection at the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia. Ellen E Jones
Jason Bourne (Paul Greengrass, 2016) 9pm, Film4
After the misbegotten Bourne-free Bourne Legacy, Matt Damon’s formerly amnesiac government assassin makes a satisfyingly bone-crunching return, with Paul Greengrass directing. The precision-tooled plot has Tommy Lee Jones’s cynical CIA boss setting Vincent Cassel’s killer on Bourne. Paul Howlett
Champions League football 5.30pm, BT Sport 1. TBC head to head, followed by another at 7pm on BT Sport 2 and at 8pm on BT Sport ESPN.
Championship football: Millwall v Queens Park Rangers 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Clash from The Den.
Snooker: Scottish Open 12.45pm, Eurosport 1. Day two coverage from Marshall Arena in Milton Keynes.