TV tonight: life on the breadline in Trump's America

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The likes of A Bug’s Life and Antz had it right all along: as scientists are discovering, each bee within a hive has its own personality – whether brave, timid, clever or not. Exploring colony life from a new perspective, this focuses on two of our stripy pals: an elderly “winter bee” and a young forager. Ali Catterall

Bradley Hart investigates the attempts of Nazi Germany to influence the 1940 US election and secure a Republican victory that would keep the US out of the second world war. Hart shows how militias bribed delegates to vote against Roosevelt. ...strong>AK

Roadkill. Facebook Twitter Pinterest The brilliantly soapy political thriller continues, following Charmian and Peter’s respective vehicular collisions (see what they did there?). Will the Farage-esque minister live to see another day? And just what is going on with his “secret daughter”? Sidse Babett Knudsen and Saskia Reeves pick up the pieces. Hannah J Davies

Carol Vorderman and Ashley Banjo are your hosts for the celebration of people who help others. This year, the venue is the Royal Chelsea Hospital and the big live event becomes more intimate. Celebrities including Captain Sir Tom Moore and Marcus Rashford will take the awards safely to their recipients. Hannah Verdier

This saccharine musical series in the optimistic Schitt’s Creek vein stars The West Wing’s Bradley Whitford as former music professor Arthur Cochran who, after stumbling on a tuneless choir practice at a small-town church, decides to help the group hone their skills ready for competition. AK

Happy End.
Happy End. Facebook Twitter Pinterest A black comedy of the stygian variety from Michael Haneke. It’s a painfully barbed tale of bourgeois folk, the dysfunctional Laurent family of Calais, including stern Anne (Isabelle Huppert), her shifty brother Thomas (Mathieu Kassovitz) and his troubled daughter Eve (Fantine Harduin). A ghastly delight. Paul Howlett

IPL Cricket: Chennai Super Kings v Kings XI Punjab, 9.50am, Sky Sports Cricket. Live from Abu Dhabi.

Premier League Football: Newcastle United v Everton 2pm, Sky Sports Main Event. With Manchester United v Arsenal to follow at 4pm.

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