8.00pm Surprise Surprise ITV – First of a new series as Holly Willoughby springs more surprises on some of the nation’s most deserving and inspirational people.
8.00pm Amazing Spaces: Shed of the Year 2015 Channel 4 – The series that made stars of the nation’s sheds is back for 2015 – bigger and better. George Clarke and the Amazing Spaces team travel the length and breadth of the British Isles, visiting the extraordinary sheds vying to be crowned Shed of the Year 2015
9.00pm Black Work ITV – Sheridan Smith stars in this three-part thriller. When her detective husband Ryan is murdered, PC Jo Gillespie is expected to leave it to her colleagues in the force to find his killer. But as Jo starts to lose trust in her police family, she feels compelled to carry out her own investigation – a search for the truth that will put herself and her children in danger.
Notable Continuing Series: 9.00pm Humans, Channel 4
9.00pm True Detective Sky Atlantic – Second series of the award winning crime drama. Colin Farrell, Rachel McAdams and Taylor Kitsch star as cops thrown together to solve a murky LA murder. With Vince Vaughn.
10.00pm My Mad Fat Diary E4 – The acclaimed drama series returns for the third and final time with the gang preparing for their last summer together in Stamford. It’s June 1998. Rae Earl is boss. Drinking, dancing and dating the hottest guy in the North, Rae has life as a teenager nailed. Despite a disastrous university interview, Rae’s future in Stamford is looking bright. However, change is on the horizon as the gang grows up. When Rae’s attempts to maintain the status quo backfire, she faces one of her biggest challenges yet.
10.10pm The Brink Sky Atlantic – Dark political comedy starring Jack Black and Tim Robbins. When Pakistan suffers a military coup, a team of flawed US diplomats must stop a global crisis.
8.00pm Love Your Garden ITV – Alan Titchmarsh and his team return for fifth series of the makeover show in which they transform unloved spaces into dream gardens for some very special people.
9.00pm The Bank: A Matter of Life and Debt BBC2 – Documentary series filmed over a year with the straight-talking staff and customers of one West Yorkshire bank branch, exploring the thorny relationship between us, the bank and money.
9.00pm Don’t Blame the Council ITV – A revealing inside view of how one local council is attempting to come up with a viable response to huge cuts in central government funding. Challenged with saving over 100 million pounds, Wigan Council is trying to reinvent itself as a profit-making enterprise.
9.00pm Freshers, Sex & Suspicious Parents BBC3 – Freshers’ week sees teens all over the country leave home for the first time and head to university. For most it’s their first taste of real independence and a chance to escape their parents, or so they think… because for two unsuspecting students their parents are not quite ready to let go yet and secretly follow them, watching everything they get up to.
8.00pm Don’t Tell the Bride BBC1 – The BBC Three hit jumps ship to BBC One for a new series focusing on older couples. Groom Andrew plans a fun-packed big top wedding to transport his fiance Jenni away from their troubled lives. Jenni’s confidence has been knocked by a disability caused by pregnancy, and she is desperate for romance. Her dutiful carer Andrew is so bogged down with everyday life that he’s completely lost touch with his romantic side. Can he get his act together in time to deliver the wonderland wedding his bride desires?
Notable Continuing Series: 9.00pm 24 Hours in A&E, Channel 4
9.00pm The Affair, Sky Atlantic
9.00pm Jane The Virgin, E4
9.00pm Superhospital ITV – Brand new documentary series set in the Royal Derby Hospital, where a million patients are treated each year, lives begin and lives are saved every day. The series focuses on the staff – from surgeons to security guards, and doctors to domestics – who all play their part in helping patients and keep the hospital running.
7.30pm Glastonbury 2015 BBC2 – From their prime position at the hub of the festival at Worthy Farm in Pilton, presenters Jo Whiley, Mark Radcliffe, Lauren Laverne and roving reporter Gemma Cairney kick off a weekend of extensive and comprehensive live coverage on BBC Two of the Glastonbury Festival of Contemporary Performing Arts. They whet the appetite for the weekend ahead and explore the heart and soul of the world’s most famous festival including Florence and the Machine from the Pyramid Stage. Plus, from their birds’ eye view studio special acoustic performances and the rest of the best bits from Friday at the Festival.
10.00pm The Last Leg Channel 4 – Following three election specials earlier this year, the award-winning show returns for a sixth series of unique irreverent satire. Adam Hills and co-hosts Josh Widdicombe and Alex Brooker tear into the week’s main talking points. They are joined by a live studio audience and weekly celebrity guest. This time it’s actor, writer and director Stephen Merchant.