After 26 years, Twin Peaks makes a dramatic return to Sky Atlantic; new revenge thriller Paula starts on BBC Two and the BBC's first documentary to be filmed entirely on a smartphones looks at the minerals we use and take for granted.
Monday: Prince Philip: 70 Years of Service
With the recent news that Prince Philip will be stepping down from public duties, this documentary looks back on Prince Philip's life and work.
Alan Titchmarsh looks at what his 70 years of royal duty have meant and looks ahead to what his retirement means for the monarchy.
Tuesday: Twin Peaks
Sky Atlantic, 9pm
Twin Peaks is back after 26 long years.
A northwestern town was turned upside down when the body of homecoming queen Laura Palmer was found, launching an unforgettable murder investigation. However, the mystery makes a strange return.
FBI Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) is among many of the original characters who return for the long-awaited third series.
Wednesday: Secrets of the Super Elements
BBC Four, 9pm
Presented by scientist Professor Mark Miodownik, this will be the first-ever BBC documentary to be filmed on smartphones.
Miodownik reveals all the elements that have given height to some of the greatest technological advances of the 21st century.
He looks at how the rare minerals that we are dependent on are already running out.
BBC Two, 9pm
BBC Two's new revenge thriller stars Denise Gough (Robin Hood) as chemistry teacher Paula, whose one night stand with handyman James (Tom Hughes) turns her life upside down.
The attraction between Paula and James is instant, but when James learns of Paula's secret, he attempts to blackmail her, leading to a destructive power struggle, where only one can survive.
Friday: Later... with Jools Holland
BBC Two, 11.05pm
With an all female line-up, Sheryl Crow returns with songs from her latest and ninth studio album Be Myself.
Lorde returns following her debut as a 16-year old on the show back in 2013. She will perform songs from her much-anticipated second LP Melodrama.
Saturday: MOTD Live: FA Cup Final - Arsenal v Chelsea
BBC One, 4.15pm
Gary Lineker presents live coverage from Wembley Stadium of the FA Cup final between London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea. Build-up is from 4.15pm.
It has been a interesting season for Arsenal, with manager Arsene Wenger firmly in the firing line. However, the FA Cup has provided salvation for the Wenger in recent years and victory over Chelsea would be a record seventh win in the competition by a manager. Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is competing in his first FA Cup final, but he has proven his managerial prowess in what has been a great debut season at Stamford Bridge.
Sunday: The Handmaid's Tale
Channel 4, 9pm
Based on the novel by Margaret Atwood, this is the story of life in Gilead, a totalitarian society in what was formerly part of the United States.
Gilead is ruled by a twisted fundamentalist regime, where women are treated as property of the state. As one of the few remaining fertile women, Offred (Elisabeth Moss) is a Handmaid in the Commander's (Joseph Fiennes) household.
In the first episode, Offred struggles to survive as a reproductive surrogate for a powerful Commander and his resentful wife.