No Offence is back for a second series on Channel 4, Graham Norton gives us behind the scenes access to the famous red chair and brand-new drama The Halcyon starts on ITV
Monday: The Halcyon
This new series, set in 1940, stars Olivia Williams and Steven Mackintosh, and tells of the highs and lows of life in the Blitz years. In the first episode, Lord Hamilton, owner of the Halcyon Hotel returns to find it threatened with a scandal.
Tuesday: Celebrity Big Brother
Channel 5, 9pm
This series is promised to be Channel 5's most colourful yet, with a team of CBB 'All Stars' made up of former housemates, pitted against the 'New Stars'.
Wednesday: No Offence
Channel 4, 9pm
Paul Abbott's award-winning drama No Offence returns for a second series of cases to be solved by the brilliant, but dysfunctional crime-fighting family of coppers.
The Friday Street squad have an explosive start to the day, at the funeral of the son of a notorious gangster, and elsewhere the force try to piece together a case against some dodgy crematorium owners.
Detective Cassie (Nicola Walker) and Sunny (Sanjeev Bhaskar) are back for a second series.
They find themselves submerged in a historic murder case when they discover a body in a suitcase by a London river. As they begin their investigation, four seemingly unconnected people get drawn into the investigation.
Friday: Graham Norton's Big Red Chair
BBC One, 10.35pm
Go behind the scenes of the famous flipping red chair, a segment on The Graham Norton Show that is amusing and full of odd anecdotes. Graham picks his all time favourites.
BBC One, 9.15pm
Taboo is BBC One's new eight-episode drama series starring Tom Hardy. Produced by Hardy alongside Ridley Scott and Steven Knight, this series takes place in 1814 London.
James Delaney (Tom Hardy) reappears in London, after he was presumed dead in Africa many years before. Set to inherit what’s left of his father’s shipping empire, Delaney's arrival not only threatens to disrupt the plans of his half‐sister but also the political ambitions of the East India Company.
Sunday: Walking The Americas
Channel 4, 8pm
From Walking the Nile to Walking the Himalayas, Levison Wood undertakes a new expedition to walk from Mexico to Colombia.
His four-month journey covers 1800 miles across eight countries and some of the most beautiful and diverse regions on Earth; from the ancient Mayan ruins of Mexico and Guatemala, across Nicaragua's volcanic fields and along Caribbean coasts.