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TV tonight: Golden Globe-winning comedy Ramy is back

Ramy

11.05pm, Channel 4

Ramy Youssef’s Golden Globe-winning comedy – about the highs and lows of a millennial American Muslim’s exploration of his identity – returns for a welcome second season. Ramy is back in New Jersey after his trip to Egypt, and he is in a slump of confusion and porn. His imam doesn’t have any useful advice, so he turns to a new spiritual mentor to find some direction. Hollie Richardson

Our Lives: Who Needs Banksy?

7.30pm, BBC One

After Banksy painted his Season’s Greetings graffiti in Port Talbot in 2018, inspired copycat artists went on to make sure that their town became the street art capital of Wales – and some of them were commissioned to create murals that honoured local heroes such as Michael Sheen and Richard Burton. This film follows their story. HR

This Is MY House

8.30pm, BBC One

Harry Hill, Richard Madeley and Kadeena Cox are some of the celebrity panellists trying to guess the real owner of an idyllic farm, which houses the largest collection of royal memorabilia in the world – more than 7,000 items. HR

Eloise Webb and Rose Williams in Sanditon. Photograph: Red Planet (Sanditon 2) Ltd/Joss Barratt

Jane Austen’s Sanditon

9pm, ITV

Lady Denham’s annual garden party is the genteel setting for a set-to tonight: Charlotte (Rose Williams), Colborne (Ben Lloyd-Hughes) and Colonel Lennox (Tom Weston Jones) are about to collide over canapes. Meanwhile, the fortune of amiable heiress Georgiana (Crystal Clarke) could be in jeopardy. Ellen E Jones

8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown

9pm, Channel 4

In the wilderness of late summer TV, Channel 4’s two-for-one gameshow is always welcome. Presenters Jimmy Carr, Rachel Riley and Susie Dent are having as much fun as ever, and it helps that the celebrity contestants (Jo Brand and Jon Richardson take on Joe Wilkinson and Jamali Maddix this week) are game for anything. Henry Wong

Canada’s Drag Race

9pm, BBC Three

It’s Snatch Game time (a Ru-niverse favourite) – and Sarain Fox is the guest judge tonight, watching the queens impersonate their favourite celebrities. But who will make the panel laugh the hardest? HR

Live sport

European Championships 2022 9am, BBC Two. Day two of the multi-sport event in Munich, with Great Britain’s Olympic champion Charlotte Worthington in the women’s BMX Freestyle Park final. Coverage of the swimming in Rome begins on BBC One at 1.45pm.

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