Winter Olympics – Today at the Games, (BBC2, 7pm)

Clare Balding presents highlights of the opening day’s action from the 23rd staging of the Games, which takes place in PyeongChang, South Korea. The first medals of the Games were awarded in the women’s cross-country skiing and men’s short track speed skating, while British snowboarding stars Jamie Nicholls and Billy Morgan began their own medal bids in slopestyle qualification. Among the other events to take place today were the team event of the figure skating and the mixed doubles curling competition.

Village of the Year Final with Penelope Keith (C4, 8pm)

What makes a village special – chocolate-box views, traditional crafts or a community of eccentrics? That’s the question Penelope Keith and her team of judges have been pondering as they visited 76 villages across 19 heats. Now just four remain in the running to take the title of Village of Year – and a £10,000 prize to be spent on a community project. In this grand final, the villagers have one last chance to impress by putting on a special event that they think encapsulates everything that’s great about their home. Then Penelope and co get to entertain the locals for a change as the residents from each village are invited to a fete, where the judges will consider everything they’ve seen before announcing the winner.

Charles I’s Treasures Reunited (BBC2, 9pm)

His merits as a monarch may have been called into question, but Charles I did have an impressive eye for a painting, acquiring pieces by the finest artists of the past, including Durer, Rubens, Titian and Holbein, and commissioning works from leading contemporary artists such as Van Dyck and Rubens. Following his execution in 1649, his collection was sold off by Cromwell and scattered across Europe. Charles II reclaimed some pieces, but others went on to be shown in museums around the world. Now for the first time since the 17th century, the key masterpieces have been reunited and are on display at the Royal Academy.