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REPORT SURVIVING THE PAY SQUEEZE – PANORAMA With wages often not keeping up with the cost of living, and public sector workers taking strike action, Ros Atkins examines why many people feel so poor. In Cornwall, where he grew up, he speaks to struggling families and asks whether the pandemic and the war in Ukraine are the main reasons. BBC1, 8pm DOCUMENTARY THE GOLD: THE INSIDE STORY Following the end of the (heavily) fictionalised version of events last night, this documentary looks at what really went on after armed robbers stole £26million of gold in 1983. Speaking for the first time, DCS Brian Boyce reveals how police found the gold. BBC1, 9pm DRAMA UNFORGOTTEN Sunny and Jess’s (Sinéad Keenan, above with Sanjeev Bhaskar) personal and professional lives are going from bad to worse, with the former still mourning the loss of ex-colleague Cassie. As the victim’s mother and son’s behaviour is examined, the detectives’ list of likely suspects gets even longer. ITV1, 9pm DOCUMENTARY JONATHAN ROSS’S MYTHS & LEGENDS The host explores Wales, taking a steam train up Snowdon and learning how the dragon became the Welsh symbol. Then he is joined by actor Michael Sheen (below) by Llyn y Fan Fach in the Brecon Beacons to find out about the myth of the Lady of the Lake. More4, 9pm DOCUMENTARY 24 HOURS IN POLICE CUSTODY: THE HONEYTRAP MURDER A man is found stabbed and naked in the hallway of a block of flats in Luton. As detectives inspect CCTV footage, they see two women entering the flat with the deceased man. Concludes on Tuesday. Channel 4, 9pm ARTS IMAGINE: STEPHEN FREARS – DIRECTOR FOR HIRE Alan Yentob follows the 81-year-old director of such films as My Beautiful Laundrette and The Queen as he embarks on The Palace – an HBO drama starring Kate Winslet and Hugh Grant. BBC1, 10.40pm