This week's top TV picks include ITV's new psychological thriller Cheat and the return of hit Netflix show Queer Eye.
Monday: ITV, 9.00pm
ITV’s new four-part thriller, Cheat, features Katherine Kelly as sociology lecturer Leah, and Molly Windsor as Rose, her scheming student.
Set in Cambridge, Leah (Katherine Kelly) is close to securing a permanent position as a professor when negligent student Rose (Molly Windsor), submits an unbelievably good dissertation. Leah accuses Rose of deception, only to be left vulnerable to a series of sinister attacks from the student and her father, a wealthy benefactor of the college.
The Great British Bake Off for Stand Up to Cancer
Tuesday: Channel 4, 8.00pm
The Great British Bake Off for Stand Up to Cancer returns with a star-studded line-up including comedian James Acaster, Russell Tovey (Him & Her), Rylan Clark-Neal (Celebrity Big Brother) and Michelle Keegan (Our Girl).
Presented by Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding, the Bake Off special brings together famous bakers to raise funds for new cancer treatments as they compete to impress judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith.
Wednesday: Channel 5, 9.00pm
Filmed in the trauma centre at Royal Stoke University Hospital, Critical Condition follows doctors and medical staff as they race against time to save the patients brought in for emergency treatment.
With measured focus and decisive actions, the trauma doctors perform an urgent brain operation and reveal the physical and emotional pressure they endure every day.
60 Days on the Street
Thursday: Channel 4, 9.00pm
Adventurer Ed Stafford investigates what homelessness is like for new Channel 4’s documentary series 60 Days on the Streets. Stafford camps out on the streets of Glasgow, Manchester and London to find out about the drug abuse and loneliness that comes with being homeless.
The former army officer meets several people on the streets and shines a light on their stories in an attempt humanise the statistics.
Comic Relief 2019
Friday: BBC One, 7.00pm, BBC Two, 10.00pm
Comic Relief is back and bigger than ever, taking over the BBC with a Four Weddings and a Funeral sequel, a Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again spoof and Alan Partridge racing to form the biggest possible conga line in under three minutes.
Set up by Lenny Henry and Richard Curtis in 1985, Comic Relief’s Red Nose Day sees a spectacular line up of celebrities come together every two years to entertain and inspire the public to donate generously to support the charity's causes.
From Friday: Netflix
The third series of Queer Eye sees the fab five helping the citizens of Kansas City, Missouri get their lives back on track.
Bobby Berk, Tan France, Karamo Brown, Jonathan Van Ness and Antoni Porowski combine their life-changing makeover skills in this emotionally charged series, which features the show's first lesbian participant.
Born Digital: First Cuts
Sunday: BBC Four, 10.00pm
To mark the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web, BBC Four is showing 11 short films that explore different aspects of the digital world, such as virtual reality, bullying, privacy issues, online dating and social media.
Born Digital: First Cuts analyses the development of the internet through both the eyes of digital natives, as well as those who lived through the pre-internet world.