The $50m Art Swindle (BBC2, 9pm)
ACCLAIMED director Vanessa Engle turns her attention to Michel Cohen. A high-school dropout from a poor background, he reinvented himself as a rich and successful art dealer. During the 1990s he sold paintings by the likes of Picasso, Money and Chagall to America’s elite. However, Cohen also ran up massive debts, and swindled collectors, auction houses and other dealers. When his actions were discovered, he and his family fled to Brazil. While under arrest and awaiting extradition, he escaped and vanished. However, Engle located him and he’s about to tell his extraordinary story.

Coca-Cola vs Pepsi: Cola Wars (Channel 5, 9pm)
THE ongoing battle between world-famous brands Coca-Cola and Pepsi has been raging for decades, as each company bids to prove it is top of the pops. This documentary looks at the secrets of each drink’s success and reveals the strategies and secrets behind the fierce contest between the long-time rivals, including their canny marketing ploys and aggressive promotional techniques. It also examines at the origins of the cola drink itself.

A Confession (STV, 9pm)
THE remains of two young murdered women have been recovered from the Wiltshire countryside due to the actions of Detective Superintendent Steve Fulcher. However, the families of Sian O’Callaghan and Becky Godden-Edwards soon discover that, despite the confession of Christopher Halliwell, getting justice for their loved ones will not be straightforward. Fact-based crime drama, starring Martin Freeman, Imelda Staunton, Siobhan Finneran and Joe Absolom.

Crime and Punishment (C4, 9pm)
THIS documentary goes inside the walls of Winchester Prison which was placed into special measures in December 2017, with overcrowding, violence and drug use across the prison system at an all-time high. Filmed over a 48-hour period – with access to the prisoners, staff and senior management – the episode focuses on a time of significant unrest, when deteriorating conditions and inmates being locked away for more than 23 hours a day lead to protests.