Sheridan Smith returns to ITV for police drama Black Work, while BBC Four asks What Do Artists Do All Day?
What Do Artists Do All Day?: Sue Webster
BBC Four, 10pm
In this episode contemporary artist Sue Webster opens the door to her daily habits, as we observe her working on a series of nude portraits of her ex-husband and collaborator Tim Noble.
Dara O Briain Meets Stephen Hawking
BBC One, 10.35pm
Now Dara O Briain, comedian, mathematics and theoretical physics graduate and Hawking superfan, enters the world of the professor, who, aged 73, has long defied the two year life expectancy he was predicted when diagnosed with motor neurone disease in 1963.
O Briain heads to Cambridge to meet Hawking, and also hears from his children, colleagues and friends about what it's like to know the legendary scientist.
BBC Two, 9pm
In this second episode, Roberts visits the site of one of Napoleon's greatest victories: the Battle of Austerlitz and finds out what made him such a dynamic and successful leader.
Channel Four, 9pm
From the classrooms of the Essex to the maternity wards of Liverpool, the fixed-rig has allowed programme makers to capture some of life's most touching moments.
The Tribe gives us a window into village life in Ethiopia, where we meet rebellious Hacho, who is mouthing off at her mother while stealing her money, and village elders Ayke Muko and Kerri Bodo negotiate a dowry for their son's marriage.
And if that inspires you to make your own fixed-rig documentary, check out Channel 4 commissioner David Brindley's Tips in 60 Seconds.
RTS Student Awards
Sky Arts, 7pm
We may be slightly biased, but Sky Arts' coverage of this year's RTS Student Television Awards demonstrates the wealth of new talent being cultivated at colleges and universities throughout the country.
Adam Buxton meets the winners of this year's awards, ranging from camerawork to animation, and find out what it means to have their work recognised at this crucial stage of their career.
La Traviata: Love, Death and Divas
BBC Two, 9pm
Historian Amanda Vickery and BBC Radio 3 presenter Tom Service follow the opera from its conception on the streets of Paris to the London stage, where it gave birth to the concept of the opera diva.
From Cilla to Mrs Biggs, Smith has starred in some of the best drama series in recent years.
In Black Work, Smith plays a policewoman whose husband is murdered in suspicious circumstances. On her quest to find out what happened to her husband, she must confront some hard truths about her marriage.