7.10pm Strictly The Best BBC1 – This one-off special sees some of the best-loved celebrity dancers from the past 15 years sharing the inside scoop on their Strictly experience. From the sequins to the spray tans, the mishaps to the meltdowns, they look back at some of the most iconic moments in Strictly history and share hilarious and exclusive memories from their time in the ballroom.
9.15pm Killing Eve BBC1 – Sandra Oh and Jodie Comer star in this superb thriller from the pen of Pheobe Waller-Bridge based on the novellas from Luke Jennings in which a security operative hunts for an assassin. MI5 security officer Eve Polastri is bored by her job and yearns for more excitement. When a Russian politician is murdered, Eve is given the task of protecting the only witness. She is soon on course for a confrontation with violent and extraordinary assassin, Villanelle. All 8 episodes will be available on BBC iPlayer following transmission of this episode. The series will air weekly in this slot for BBC1 viewers.
10.00pm Celebrity Juice: 10th Birthday Special ITV2 – Keith Lemon is joined by Love Island winners Dani Dyer and Jack Fincham, EastEnders star and Dani’s father Danny Dyer, singer Ashley Roberts and friend of the show Paddy McGuinness, as well as captains Fearne Cotton and Holly Willoughby, for a 10th birthday special.
Notable Continuing Series: Bodyguard, 9.00pm, BBC1
9.00pm King Arthur’s Britain: The Truth Unearthed BBC2 – With exclusive access to a major new excavation, Alice Roberts discovers what King Arthur’s Britain was like, including surprisingly modern connections we all share with our past.
8.00pm Monkman and Seagull’s Genius Guide to Britain BBC2 – University Challenge stars and real-life best friends Eric Monkman and Bobby Seagull visit Scotland, England, Northern Ireland and Wales in search of hidden gems of British scientific and technological ingenuity. Their genius guide through England showcases an assortment of remarkable inventions, starting with a trip to Blackpool Pleasure Beach to experience Sir Hiram Maxim’s 1904 Captive Flying Machines.
Notable Continuing Series: Travel Man, 8.30pm, Channel 4
Reported Missing, 9.00pm, BBC1
The Undateables, 9.00pm, Channel 4
9.00pm Paddington Station 24/7 Five – Behind-the-scenes documentary series about one of the UK’s busiest transport hubs and the western rail network it serves. An intruder puts his life at risk by running along the tracks. Engineers work around the clock to install new cables at Newbury. Ticket machine refurbishments do not go to plan.
9.00pm Tatoo Fixers Extreme E4 – Tattoo Fixers is back, but this time it’s going extreme! Two new artists, brothers Pash and Uzzi, join Sketch, Alice and Paisley as they deal with the nation’s biggest tattoo shockers.
10.00pm Super Salon E4 – This new show goes behind the scenes at one of the UK’s biggest and wildest super salons – capturing every blow-dry, bust up, staff strop and client confession. Plus the infamous salon parties. In this first episode, salon boss Cherise spends thousands of pounds on her latest Cocktails and Curls promotion, much to co-owner Dan’s horror. A staff suggestion box leads to anger among the managers. And there’s a real-life Rapunzel, who hasn’t had her hair cut in years.
Notable Continuing Series: The Great British Bake Off, 8.00pm, Channel 4
Wanderlust, 9.00pm, BBC1
9.00pm Caught on Camera ITV – Dumb driving, outrageous pickpockets and shoplifters, moments of meltdown, heroes, villains and astonishing escapes; they’re extreme moments of British behaviour being caught on camera every day. This unique portrait of the way we live is made even more compelling and genuine because it’s created, filmed and uploaded by us, all via the millions of miniature eyewitnesses that we share our lives with.
9.15pm The Circle Channel 4 – Presenters Alice Levine and Maya Jama launch a brand new reality show, where players can only communicate and compete against each other through a specially-designed, voice-activated social media platform called The Circle. In the first episode, the players make themselves at home in their individual apartments, before getting started on creating their brand new profiles on The Circle. Starting from scratch on social media is a dream come true for many – but the players need to choose what information to give away at this early stage of the game. The Circle is voice-activated – so it looks to viewers like the players are talking to each other, and all the players can see of their competitors is the information they choose to share. The wrong choice of profile picture could see them judged unfavourably, which is every player’s nightmare in this exciting new online popularity contest in which the contestants are playing to win up to £50k. Continues All Week.
10.00pm The 70th Emmy Awards Sky1 – The Biggest night for US Television hosted by SNL co-stars Colin Jost and Michael Che.
8.00pm Bad Move ITV – Second series of the gentle comedy starring Jack Dee.
9.00pm Grand Designs Channel 4 – Kevin McCloud returns for a new series of the show that follows intrepid individuals trying to design and build their dream home. In Buckinghamshire, he meets young Spanish architect Jaime and his wife Mimi as they embark on an epic mission to convert a Grade II* listed folly into a family home.
10.00pm On Two: Defending the Guilty BBC2 – Will Sharpe and Katherine Parkinson star in this comedy pilot. Will is an idealistic pupil barrister. But his boss doesn’t respect him, his clients are all guilty and he is fighting for his job. He is starting to wonder if he has got what it takes.
8.30pm Emmerdale 1918 ITV – Marking 100 years since the end of the First World War, Emmerdale 1918 uncovers the untold stories of real Yorkshire men and women from the unique perspective of the cast of one of Britain’s favourite soaps. Mark Charnock, who plays much loved Emmerdale chef Marlon Dingle, looks back on the story of a real First World War chef who lived in the original Emmerdale village.
9.00pm To Catch a Serial Killer with Trevor MacDonald ITV – The pursuit of Christopher Halliwell by Detective Steve Fulcher has been one of the biggest crime stories in recent years. Spanning more than a decade, multiple murders, two much-publicised trials and one irreparably damaged career, it is a story of the dogged pursuit of a serial killer by a police officer determined to get justice for the families of his victims.
Notable Continuing Series: The Mighty Redcar, 9.00pm, BBC2
No Offence, 9.00pm, Channel 4
Succession, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic
9.00pm Michael Palin in North Korea Five – Travelogue series into the notably private nation. Michael arrives in the capital Pyongyang, where he meets the guides who will follow his every move, visits the statues of Kim Il-Sung and Kim Jong-Il, watches propaganda art being created, and asks a local student what they know about the outside world.