This week sees the retelling of the story of Leonardo da Vinci, Stacey Dooley investigating the nation's mental health during the pandemic and a psychological thriller about the secrets we keep.
Emily Watson (Chernobyl) stars in this new psychological thriller as the forensic psychologist Emma Robertson, who has been assigned a new patient, Connie Mortensen (Denise Gough), a wife and mother who has been accused of a horrific crime.
It’s up to Emma to decide whether Connie needs medical help in a secure psychiatric hospital or a life sentence in prison, but Connie’s dangerous, manipulative qualities make an accurate assessment incredibly difficult.
Stacey Dooley: Back on the Psych Ward
BBC Two, 9pm
The Covid-19 pandemic has not only had a disastrous effect on the nation’s physical health, but their mental health too.
Stacey Dooley returns to London’s Springfield Hospital to meet the patients and staff battling mental health problems during the pandemic.
Dooley discovers how people’s mental health conditions have only been exacerbated by the pandemic and multiple lockdowns, including two patients struggling with psychosis and one suffering from OCD.
The Great British Sewing Bee
BBC One, 9pm
Amateur sewers once again compete to be crowned Britain’s best home sewer in The Great British Sewing Bee
The contestants take part in three challenges every episode, a pattern challenge, a transformation challenge and a challenge which involves creating a made-to-measure outfit for a model.
Esme Young and Patrick Grant will return to judge the hopefuls' efforts, with comedian Joe Lycett presenting.
This series will include a cruise ship entertainment director, an art psychotherapist and a maths teacher all competing to win the title.
Channel 4, 10pm
Written by and starring Brian and Domhnall Gleeson, new sitcom Frank of Ireland follows the eponymous Frank (played by Brian), a waster thirtysomething aspiring singer-songwriter who still lives with his parents in Dublin.
Upon learning that his ex-girlfriend Aine (Sarah Greene, Dublin Murders) has a new man, Frank attempts to learn mixed martial arts with the help of his friend Doofus (Domhnall).
Amazon Prime Video
Aidan Turner (Poldark) leads Amazon Prime’s new big-budget period drama inspired by the life of Leonardo Da Vinci.
The eight-part series is set to explore the life of the obsessive painter and inventive genius, played by Turner, in Italy in the late 1400s.
Leonardo, created by Frank Spotnitz (The Man in the High Castle) and Stephen Thompson (Sherlock), will tell da Vinci’s story through an intricate mystery with the artist’s muse Caterina de Cremona (Matilda De Angelis, The Undoing) at its centre.