Jonathan Creek is back trying to solve a gruesome murder, Raymond Briggs's Ethel & Ernest comes to life and Dragon's Den gets festive.
Channel 4, 7pm
Thousands of people and their waiting loved ones offer a warm insight into the arrival halls at Heathrow Airport, all with interesting stories to share.
This Channel 4 documentary narrated by Julie Walters lets the audience in on lives in a shrinking world of long-lost friendships, love and suprises.
Ethel & Ernest
BBC One, 7.30pm
Based on the award-winning novel by Raymond Briggs, Ethel & Ernest has been turned into an animated adaptation.
The true story follows Brigg's parents, a lady's maid and a milkman in south-west London in 1928, as they marry and have a son, along with all the momentous events during that time.
James May: The Christmas Reassembler
BBC Four, 9pm
In each episode of the new series, James May slowly builds everyday items, to discover what it takes to get them to work again.
This episode sees May reassembling a favourite childhood toy; the Hornby model railway.
BBC One, 9pm
Alan Davies returns as Jonathan Creek as he attempts to unravel what has happened to a woman's family at Daemon's Roost.
The house used to be occupied by a sorcerer in the 19th century and it is discovered that his gruesome rituals have been revived once again.
Dragon's Den Christmas
BBC Two, 9pm
Tune in to a Christmas edition of Dragon's Den, presented by Evan Davis.
Dance mats, chocolate and socks are all being pitched in this episode; are Sarah Willingham, Touker Suleyman, Deborah Meaden, Nick Jenkins, Peter Jones feeling generous this festive season?