Happy New Year! Start it off right with a new episode of Sherlock, the return of award-winning comedy Uncle and a brand-new show with dance group Diversity.
BBC iPlayer, From 10am
BBC Three’s award-winning Uncle is back for the final part of the trilogy.
It’s been four years since man-child Andy (Nick Helm) forged an unlikely alliance with nephew Errol (Elliot Speller-Gillott). Through two series the pair have been kept apart, seen each other through heartbreak and triumphed together.
When we re-join them for series three, it’s eighteen months since Andy found out that he was going to be a dad and the baby he’s never met is haunting his nightmares.
Diversity Presents: Steal the Show
Ashley Banjo and Diversity, the nation’s favourite dance group will host a new one-off -dance entertainment show.
Diversity unveil some unique collaborations and routines, culminating in a finale performance incorporating amateur dancers. Special guests include The Vamps and the cast of West End’s Motown Musical.
Titanic: The New Evidence
Channel 4, 8pm
When RMS Titanic went down taking 1500 people to their death, it sent waves across the world and started a debate that is still ongoing today.
For the first time, investigative journalist and Titanic expert Senan Molony reveals the real story. This uses a new graphic techniques to bring to life, in full-moving colour, unearthed photographs of the launch and details of the maiden voyage of RMS Titanic.
Sherlock: The Six Thatchers
BBC One, 8.30pm
Someone seems to be running riot and destroying every image of the late Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Sherlock is determined to find out who is behind it.
One mysterious case after another, you will not want to miss this episode.
Mrs Brown Boy's New Year Special: Chez Mammy
BBC One, 10pm
Agnes Brown’s grandson Bono is being bullied by a boy at school and when Agnes makes things worse, a mediation session is called.
Elsewhere Grandad is back from hospital. As well as getting a new stair-lift, he also has a prescription for medical marijuana. Nothing could go wrong, right?