This week Lena Dunham returns for a new series of Girls, Trevor McDonald meets the women on the fringes of the mafia and new Sunday night drama SS-GB looks at what might have happened if Germany had won the Battle of Britain.
Sky Atlantic, 10pm
The final series of Girls makes its way to Sky Atlantic.
Six months after Hannah's (Lena Dunham) success at the Moss Story Slam, she's been sent on an assignment to a female surf camp in the Hamptons, where she makes a new friend.
Meanwhile, Marnie is trying to break old habits following her divorce.
Tuesday: Andrew Marr: My Brain and Me
BBC Two, 9pm
Filmmaker Liz Allen follows Andrew Marr in a one-off documentary about the highs and lows of the results of the stroke he suffered in 2013, and also looks at how our brains makes us who we are.
The documentary offers insight into the struggles every stroke victim faces once the immediate medical crisis is over.
Wednesday: No Offence
Channel 4, 9pm
The final episode of Paul Abbott's explosive cop series takes a serious turn when things rapidly start getting out of hand.
Donna Calvert (Claudia Ashead) is missing and this causes tension amongst the force, but Deering (Joanna Scanlan) is as determined as ever to bring down the Attah family once and for all.
Thursday: Mafia Women with Trevor McDonald
Trevor McDonald meets the wives, girlfriends and daughters of members of the mafia, many who have never shared their stories.
Over six weeks, McDonald uncovers a fresh perspective on what it means to live amongst the money, violence, glamour and treachery of the mob.
Friday: The Graham Norton Show
BBC One, 10.35pm
Norton is joined on the sofa by a host of British talent, including Tom Hiddleston who talks about his upcoming film Kong: Skull Island, and Ruth Wilson (The Affair) who discusses her role in Hedda Gabler at the National Theatre. Ricky Gervais, Daniel Radcliffe and Joshua McGuire will also be there, along with Tinie Tempah, who will provide the musical entertainment.
Saturday: The Lake District - A Wild Year
BBC Two, 8pm
The documentary offers a new perspective to England’s largest national park, documenting a year in the life of the Lake District.
Using time-lapse photography and cutting-edge camera work, the programme shows the dramatic changes the weather and the ways in which animals, wildlife and people adapt to the British in the passing months.
BBC One, 9pm
The new dystopian drama series starring Sam Riley and Kate Bosworth is set in a world where Germany has won the Battle of Britain in the Second World War and the Nazis occupied Great Britain.
The thriller, based on the alternative history novel by Len Deighton, follows two detectives who investigate the murder of a nuclear scientist under the surveillance of SS officers.