As Netflix launches its first landmark natural history series, here's what to watch this week.
Secrets of the Royal Babies: Meghan and Harry
Monday: ITV, 9.00pm
ITV's one-off documentary explores what it’s like to experience motherhood as a royal.
Secrets of the Royal Babies follows the Duke and Duchess of Sussex as they prepare to welcome their first child, and look at how royal mothers have balanced their public duties with motherhood.
The programme will visit Glamis Castle in Angus where the Queen and Princess Margaret played as children, and a prestigious nanny school in Bath.
The Murder of Jill Dando
Tuesday: BBC One, 9.00pm
Twenty years after the shocking murder of presenter and news reader Jill Dando, this documentary tells the story behind one of the country's most high-profile unsolved killings.
Through never-before-seen footage and interviews with those close to Jill and the investigation, viewers will learn more about her life and the search for her killer.
Border Country: When Ireland Was Divided
Wednesday: BBC Four, 9.00pm
Border Country uses over 100 years worth of archive footage to look at the history behind the border between Ireland and the UK, built in 1922.
It will piece together the greater meaning behind the divide and hear from people who have been affected by the border.
Thursday: Channel 4, 11.05pm
Paula Beer stars as investment banker Jana Liekam who attempts to salvage her career having recently been fired from an international bank in Luxembourg.
Sacked for a mistake she did not make, Jana is forced to take the blame for Luc Jacoby (Marc Limpach), the Credit International Financial Group's chief executive’s son.
Jana will be pushed to decide how far she is willing to go to follow her ambitions.
Sir David Attenborough narrates Netflix's ambitious natural history series Our Planet.
The eight-part series will allow viewers to experience the planet’s beauty and see the impact of climate change.
Britain’s Got Talent
Saturday: ITV, 7:15pm
Ant and Dec make their long-awaited return presenting the 13th series of Britain’s Got Talent, joined by seasoned judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams.
The series will see a new batch of contestants battle it out to win a grand prize of £250,000, as well as an appearance on the Royal Variety Show.
Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins
Sunday: Channel 4, 9.00pm
In a first for Stand Up to Cancer, 12 famous faces will find out if they have what it takes to join Britain's elite special forces in a celebrity version of SAS: Who Dare Wins.
Led by former special forces operative Ant Middleton, the celebs will undergo intense physical training in the Chilean Andes, beginning with two-versus one boxing and jumping out of a helicopter.
Former England footballer Wayne Bridge, Radio 1 DJ Dev Griffin and former MP Louise Mensch and many more taking part.