This week's best television, including The Bridge, and Burt Bacharach: A Life in Song
ISIS: the British Women Supporters Unveiled
Brought forward in response to the terrorist attacks in Paris, this unsettling documentary investigates the women who support ISIS right here in the UK. Undercover reporting exposes the secret meetings and alarming reality of a domestic threat.
Imagine: The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson
This documentary from Julian Temple follows Wilko Johnson, the former Dr Feelgood guitarist, in the months after his diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. Believing he had just months to live, he set about recording a farewell album and going on tour - but things didn't turn out the way he expected.
Back for a fourth series is this east London police procedural, made grittier than its contemporaries by its semi-improvised dialogue. Tonight finds the team coaxing down a desperate father, protesting on top of a roof on behalf of his son, an Afghanistan veteran who has been missing for a week.
The World's Most Expensive Food
Television's fascination with the super-rich never seems to cease - and this programme, exploring luxury dietary habits, is yet another opportunity to channel that voyeurism. We meet a wagyu beef farmer who massages his cows, and see what's on a tasting menu that costs £1000 per head.
Burt Bacharach: A Life in Song
This one-off performance at the Royal Festival Hall last summer is a rare chance to see the composer live, in a wonderful celebration of his career and life, with special guests including the likes of Laura Mvula and Joss Stone in tow to honour him.
The fantastic Swedish-Danish crime drama continues, its much-awaited third series so far proving to be just as gripping as the first two. Tonight, we learn more about Henrik, Saga's mysterious new partner who never sleeps and seems to have problems with his seemingly idyllic home life.
Ireland with Simon Reeve
In the second leg of his journey around the Emerald Isle, the spirited explorer encounters huge numbers of tourists taking pictures at one of the filming locations for Game of Thrones, and is unsettled when comes across an Orangeman's Day march in Belfast.