TV tonight: the documentary that is a ‘prequel to Anne Frank’s iconic diary’

No Asylum: The Untold Chapter of Anne Frank’s Story

9pm, Sky History

Marking Holocaust Memorial Day, this feature documentary is penned as being “something of a prequel to Anne Frank’s iconic diary”. It details recently discovered letters written by Anne’s father, Otto – which hadn’t been seen in nearly 70 years – as he sought help for his family while living under Nazi rule. Leonard Berney, one of the officers who liberated Bergen Belsen where Anne and her sister Margot perished, helps to tell the story. Hollie Richardson

Travel Man: 48 Hours in Salzburg

8.30pm, Channel 4

It is two days of salmon, schnitzel and strudels this week, as Joe Lycett takes comedian Roisin Conaty on a jaunt to the Austro-German border. As well as gorging on Salzburg’s signature foods, they take a forest-bathing workshop, retrace Mozart’s roots and sing while cycling around the locations for The Sound of Music. HR

Death in Paradise

9pm, BBC One

The sun-strafed, calypso-backed detective action continues, as the father of the bride is knifed at a wedding. Luckily, he uses his dying breaths to declare his ex-wife to be the murderer – case closed. Until Ralf Little and team offer different ideas, that is. Alexi Duggins

Live at the Apollo

9.45pm, BBC Two

Liberal-flaming standup Geoff Norcott is this week’s host, pausing his skewering of the bien pensant middle classes to introduce two comics with a good line in self-laceration: former catwalk model Michelle de Swarte and Sean McLoughlin, who rails against the modern world and his place in it. Jack Seale

Fantasy Football League

10pm, Sky Max

Matt Lucas, Elis James and resident footy head Andrew Mensah return after the festive break to get stuck into all things Fantasy Football again. Along with breaking down a celebrity guest’s team, they will be unpicking all the latest news and transfers. HR

The Graham Norton Show

10.40pm, BBC One

Norton beckons The Crown’s Claire Foy, Sixth Sense and Servant creator M Night Shyamalan, and Buffy’s Sarah Michelle Gellar to the sofa this week. With laughs served by comic Rob Beckett, dessert comes courtesy of Brit award-winning Sam Smith’s dulcet tones. Danielle De Wolfe

Live sport

FA Cup Football: Man City v Arsenal, 7.30pm, ITV1 The pick of the fourth-round ties at the Emirates Stadium.