Ths week we join Peter Capaldi for one last time in Doctor Who, we take a trip with Sudan the last white Rhino on Earth in a BBC documentary and the Great British Menu sees the winning chefs cook up a storm.
Monday: Growing Up With Cancer
BBC One, 7.30pm
The lives of three young cancer patients are explored in this documentary as part of BBC One’s Our Lives series.
Growing Up With Cancer looks at the Teenage Cancer Trust Unit Unit in Glasgow's Royal Hospital for Children where young people find a retreat at one of the most difficult times of their lives.
Natasha who is 15 is diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma goes for chemotherapy five times a week and says that she’d never “take health for granted.”
Tuesday: Hokusai: Old Man Crazy to Paint
BBC Four, 9pm
Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai was the man behind the iconic painting of The Great Wave in the 1820's.
He had lived in poverty for years, survived being struck by lightning and sights Monet and Van Gogh as influencers in his work.
Currently being shown at the British Museum, art experts take a look at his iconic pieces of work with high-definiton cameras.
Wednesday: Sudan: The Last of the Rhinos – Natural World
BBC Two, 9pm
This is the extraordinary story Sudan, the very last white rhino on the planet.
He was snatched from his mother in Central Africa and is now a prized exhibit in a zoo, whilst the rest of his kind were poached. This documentary looks at the ways to bring his sub-species back and to save them from extinction.
Thursday: Naked Attraction
Channel 4, 10pm
The controversial dating show that leaves nothing to the imagination is back for another series.
Host Anna Richardson returns to help singletons find their matches through an honest dissection of the human body, basing their matches purely on the naked bodies of six hopeful suitors.
The first episode sees 22-year-old pansexual Izzy on the hunt for love, and 21-year-old Dom seeks a girl who can see past his posh boy demeanor.
Friday: Great British Menu
BBC Two, 8pm
The final of Great British Menu sees the winning chefs cook their four dishes at the Taste of Summer banquet in front of judges Oliver Peyton, Andi Oliver and Matthew Fort.
The chefs will have to prepare the winning menu for guests including the likes of Tim Henman and Judy Murray.
Saturday: Doctor Who
BBC One, 6.30pm
In Peter Capaldi's final performance as the Doctor, he faces the returned threat of the Mondasian Cybermen and must stand up to their army in order to save a tiny band of humans.
Bill and Nardole join The Doctor in a fight for survival, with an appearance from John Simm who reprises the role of The Master in the series dramatic final episode.
Sunday: FIFA Confederation Cup Live 2017 Final
Mark Pougatch, Lee Dixon and Glenn Hoddle will present live coverage of the final match of the FIFA Confederations Cup 2017.
Kicking off at 7pm, either Portugal or Chile v Germany or Mexico will battle it out for the FIFA Confederations Cup.