The week kicks off with the return of Ripper Street, followed by an environmental documentary on Sky Atlantic, an all-female wrestling comedy-drama, and coverage of this year's Glastonbury festival.
9pm, BBC Two
Matthew Macfadyen returns for the final series of period drama Ripper Street.
Following the shocking murder of Inspector Bennet Drake, outlaws Edmund Reid, Homer Jackson and Long Susan join forces to avenge the death of their old friend - despite being hunted by the police themselves.
Elsewhere, Augustus Dove has hired an enemy from his past to take over as chief of Leman Street police station.
Meet the Hedgehogs
8pm, Channel 5
Steve Backshall looks at the declining hedgehog population in the UK and what is being done to save the species at a hedgehog rescue centre in Surrey, founded by Queen's Brian May.
Backshall meets the people dedicated to saving hedgehogs and discovers the stories behind some of the animals being treated and released back into the wild.
The programme will also offer valuable advice on how to create an accommodating garden environment for the hedgehogs.
A Plastic Whale
9pm, Sky Atlantic
As part of Sky's Ocean Rescue campaign, A Plastic Whale shines a light on the dramatic effects that plastics and other pollutants have on the Earth's oceans.
The revealing documentary shows the devastating effects plastic has on ocean wildlife using a post-mortem of a Cuvier's beaked whale, which shows its intestines entirely blocked with plastic.
Host the Week
9pm, Channel 4
Gogglebox star and jungle queen Scarlett Moffatt appears as a guest host of the new topical entertainment show Host the Week, which sees a different celebrity take the presenting hotseat each week
Host the Week is not your typical entertainment show; each presenter is left in the dark about what will happen, with no rehearsal or script, having to rely solely on a group of improvisers and comedians to guide them to deliver a comedy monologue, act in comedy sketches, interview guests and anchor a news segment.
Get your glowsticks at the ready for 1980s comedy-drama GLOW, which follows a gang of misfits entering the world of women's wrestling in LA.
The newly formed Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling (GLOW) is led by aspiring actress Ruth (Allison Brie) who is fed up with the limited opportunities for women in show business and takes matters into her own hands, in the form of female wrestling.
Expect big hair, leg warmers and a lot of Lycra!
6.45pm, BBC One
The penultimate episode of the tenth series sees the return of long-standing Doctor Who villian The Master (John Simm), the Doctor's arch-nemesis.
In the first part of World and Time Enough, lives are left in the balance when the team are faced with one of the Doctor's most feared enemies: Mondasian Cybermen.
Time is against the Doctor as he attempts to rectify a dangerous mistake that has lead to a death of someone he had promised to protect.
9pm, BBC Two
If you missed out on a ticket to the legendary festival you can still watch the best acts from this year's Glastonbury festival live on BBC One, (even if it is from your sofa).
Ed Sheeran takes to the Pyramid Stage for the last night of the UK's biggest festival.
The BBC will also show highlights from the day's performers at Worthy Farm including HAIM, Biffy Clyro, Boy Better Know, Chic and Shaggy.
Clara Amfo, Huw Stephens and Jo Whiley will look back at highlights and their personal favourite moments from the festival, with exclusive access, interviews and performances.