This week gives us lots of documentaries and factual shows to get stuck into. Watch the first episode of Mutiny, where nine men sail across 3,600 across troublesome waters, or have fun with a gadget or two on the new series of The Gadget Show with Craig Charles.
Channel 4, 9pm
Nine men are set to recreate the 3,600 mile journey of Captain Bligh (officer of the Royal Navy) in a wooden boat after the mutiny on the Royal Navy HMS Bounty vessel in 1789.
Former SAS coach Ant Middleton will lead the crew, as they battle shark-infested waters and brutal storms.
Tuesday: Stacey Dooley Investigates - Canada's Lost Girls
From 10am, BBC Three
Stacey Dooley investigates the ever-growing number of of indigenous women and girls who have gone missing or have been killed. Dooley talks to the families that have unanswered questions about their loved ones.
Stacey meets the family of 20-year-old single mother Amber Tuccaro who was abducted and murdered in 2010. They feel there is still no justice for Amber or for any other victims.
Wednesday: A Killing in My Family
Channel 4, 10pm
This Cutting Edge documentary follows eight families as they travel to the UK's only residential weekend for children bereaved by the murder or manslaughter of a family member.
A Killing in My Family tells the stories of children and their families whose lives have drastically changed, along with a team of grief professionals from charity Winston's Wish who are helping to rebuild the family unit.
Thursday: Prime Suspect 1973
Adapted from Lynda La Plante’s bestselling novel, Tennison starring Stefanie Martini as young PC Jane Tennison, this drama charts her rise of novice policewoman, as she assists in her first murder investigation.
Working alongside her superior, DI Bradfield (Sam Reid), Tennison is thrown in at the deep end on her first case, experiencing London’s violent criminal ganglands first hand.
The role of Tennison was previously played by Helen Mirren before this prequel adaptation.
Friday: The Gadget Show
Channel 5, 7pm
Craig Charles joins in on the fun, as he starts as new host on The Gadget Show. In this episode he has a play with the new Nintendo Switch console, whilst Jon Bentley tries out Samsung's new 360 camera.
Saturday: RBS 6 Nations Championship 2017
As we approach the end of the 6 Nations, England face Scotland in their penultimate game.
England's unbeaten run goes on, having now won seventeen games in a row. Scotland have not won at Twickenham since 1983, but have had successes with Ireland and Wales during this tournament.
Sunday: War Child
Channel 4, 10.30pm
Director Jamie Roberts (The Jihadis Next Door, Angry, White and Proud), this documentary follows three refugee children from the Middle East on their journeys to what they hope is a new future in Europe.
Documenting the personal stories of families and unaccompanied children fighting to get to Western Europe against odds and often illegally, Roberts is with the children almost every step of the way as they are forced to find dangerous means to reach loved ones and safety.