From a documentary looking at the life of one of Britain's most-loved authors, to a gripping new crime drama, here's what to watch this week.
Monday: BBC One, 9.00pm
Fifteen years after the murder of her son, grieving mother Anna Dean (Kelly Macdonald) discovers that child murderer Eddie J Turner has been accused of the killing.
When Craig Myers (James Harkness) is gravely injured in a vicious attack, he becomes the centre of an investigation led by DI Steven Grover (John Hannah) that incriminates Dean and forces her to appear at Edinburgh's High Court.
With the true identity of Turner unknown, is Myers the victim of mistaken identity? Or he is the murderer?
Hard to Please OAPs
Tuesday: ITV, 8.30pm
Eight well-known pensioners try out the latest gadgets to test whether they actually make their lives easier or are just nuisances.
Among the famous faces are Lionel Blair, John Sergeant, Michael Whitehall, King of the Jungle Harry Redknapp, actors June Brown, Amanda Barrie and Ruth Madoc and singer Sheila Ferguson.
The six-part series is narrated by Jennifer Saunders and will see the celebs test electric cars, smart speakers, dog cameras and remote-control golf trolleys.
Wednesday: Sky Arts, 9.00pm
The anthology comedy series returns with brand new stories about celebrity icons that may or may not have actually happened.
This week David Avery, Mathew Baynton and Sophie Rundle star as Freddie Mercury, Kenny Everett and Princess Diana.
Mercury (Avery) and Everett (Baynton) try to plan a night out for their friend Princess Diana at London's legendary gay cabaret bar, The Vauxhall Tavern.
Thursday: Channel 4, 10.00pm
With over a third of Brits admitting they're unhappy with their appearance, the UK has one of the lowest body image scores in the world.
In a new social experiment, a group of individuals are taken out to a Greek Island retreat where they are encouraged to feel better about their appearances.
The first installment sees Kaye accept that she is not the only one with a wobbly stomach, Elysia face her stretchmarks and Darrell take in his new body shape since his sporting injury.
Rock Island Line: the Song that Made Britain Rock
Friday: BBC Four, 9.00pm
BBC Four pays tribute to the UK’s musical history as singer Billy Bragg looks back at the origins of the American folk song Rock Island Line by Lonnie Donegan.
Bragg hears stories of how the track signalled the start of the skiffle craze and inspired a generation of musicians including himself, and how it even influenced Paul McCartney, George Harrison and John Lennon.
The Massacre That Shook the Empire
Saturday: Channel 4, 9:00pm
Journalist Sathnam Sanghera explores the leadup to the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in 1919, during which hundreds of peaceful protestors were killed by British troops in Amritsar, India.
To mark the 100 year anniversary of the massacre, Sanghera meets with relatives of the survivors and looks at the implications the massacre has had on current attitudes towards the British Empire.
JRR Tolkien: Designer of Worlds
Sunday: Sky Arts, 9.00pm
Designer of Worlds uncovers the history behind J.R.R Tolkien’s inspiration for his most iconic stories including the origins of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit franchises.
The one-off documentary will also explore the life and personality of the acclaimed author.