9.45pm The Impressions Show with Culshaw and Stephenson BBC1 – Sketch show featuring the impressions of Jon Culshaw and Debra Stephenson.
9.45pm Life Stories with Piers Morgan ITV – Piers chats with Dannii Minogue.
9.00pm Garrow’s Law: Tales from The Old Bailey BBC1 – Four-part legal drama set in the late 18th century which follows young idealistic barrister William Garrow who given his first criminal defence case at the Old Bailey. Starring Andrew Buchanan and Alun Armstrong.
2.00pm Dickinson’s Real Deal ITV
7.00pm Michael Jackson’s Private Home Sky1 – Four-part documentary featuring footage of the late singer’s home and personal home movies.
8.30pm Into the Storm BBC2 – Drama-documentary sequel to the Emmy award-winning The Gathering Storm, charting Winston Churchill’s rise to power, his determination to lead the country to victory in World War II, and his devastating loss of power in the 1945 general election
9.00pm The Great Escape: The Reckoning Channel 4 – Documentary looking back at the people involved in the iconic WW2 film.
9.00pm Naked Britain Sky1 – 3-part documentary series exploring Britain’s perceptions of nudity.
9.00pm The F Word Channel 4 – 12-part new series of Gordon Ramsay’s food magazine series. Janet Street-Porter tries to rear not one but three different meats for the chefs to cook. Katie Price takes on Gordon in the Recipe challenge.
9.30pm Ross Kemp Remembers Gangs Sky1 – Ross Kemp returns to Kenya.
9.00pm Spooks BBC1 – Eighth series of the spy drama. Section D discovers that Harry thwarted a clandestine operation to smuggle weapons-grade uranium into Iraq to justify the war.
9.00pm The Family Channel 4 – Second series of the landmark documentary series which puts cameras in a normal family’s home. A British Indian family opens its doors to viewers in a new observational series, documenting the universal themes of family life. The Grewals are a fun-loving and lively family with three generations all living under one roof. For two months they were filmed by cameras placed in every part of their house during the most dramatic and exciting months of their lives.
9.00pm The Noughties Was That It? BBC3 – The opener of a two-part journey through arguably the most influential time of historical change since the Renaissance, ten years of social upheaval, celebrity, art, sex, politics and new technology that has set the template for the next hundred years.
10.35pm Black Widow Granny? BBC1
9.00pm Cutting Edge: The Boy Who Sailed the World Channel 4 – Documenting the extraordinary journey of 14yr old Michael Perham, who in 2006 became the youngest person ever to cross the atlantic solo.
9.00pm The History of Christianity BBC4 – First of a six-part series in which professor Diarmaid MacCulloch goes in search of Christianity’s forgotten origins.
9.45pm Wonderland: I Won Univerity Challlenge BBC2 – Quirky documentary catching up with winners of the popular gameshow
9.00pm Peter Kay: Raider of the Pop Charts Channel 4 – Repeat of the documentary charting the comedians success in music.
10.00pm Comedy Showcase Channel 4 – Second series of comedy pilots which could lead to a full series. Campus set in the fictitious Kirke University and explores the lives and souls of a handful of people that work there: some as academics and others involved in the general running of the place. Made by the team behind Green Wing and Smack the Pony.
10.00pm Michael Jackson: The Live Seance Sky1 – Hosted by Derek Acorah
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