Are you a believer or a sceptic? Danny Robins didn’t believe in ghosts … until two years ago. That was when he made the hit supernatural podcasts The Battersea Poltergeist and Uncanny, to which so many people responded with their own paranormal experiences. Now, he brings these stories to the screen, starting with Kate – who has been haunted by “Miss Howard” since she was a child.

Gardeners’ World
Among the potpourri of soothing horticultural segments tonight: Frances Tophill strives to get her evolving Devon garden shipshape for autumn and assesses the tomatoes in her upcycled greenhouse; Rekha Mistry reveals what she has learned from tending a Peak District vegetable patch; and Errol Reuben Fernandes explores a green community project in Wakefield.

TV Sries
Mike’s anxiety about becoming a dad is growing, but it seems Alison isn’t the only pregnant woman in the house as one of the ghosts also has some happy news. Meanwhile, selling off land to a developer for a golf course might be a good plan for the expectant parents, but Lady Button is not so sure.

Barbara Knox at 90
The term “Corrie legend” should not be used lightly, but in the case of Rita, the thrice-married queen of the cobbles, it’s entirely permitted. As Barbara Knox, who has played her for nearly 60 years, turns 90, she joins Bradley Walsh to look back over her career and share memories. Expect the odd tearful reunion too.

The Good Ship Murder
Drama Series
Shayne Ward is the singing detective in the sense that he plays a cruise ship singer, Jack, who solves crimes on board, in this cheerfully cheesy new sleuthfest where someone is murdered in a different port each week. Ward’s former Coronation Street cast-mate Catherine Tyldesley is Jack’s crime-solving partner