Panel sessions took place throughout the day at the RTS event. “The secrets behind TV sport”, hosted by BBC WM presenter Richard Wilford, featured Sports Personality of the Year deputy editor Michael Jackson, BBC sports news correspondent Natalie Pirks and BBC Sport editor Jo McCusker, who offered advice to budding sports broadcasters.
Centred on The Mensahs from North London, Dark Mon£y tells the story of parents Manny (Ceesay) and Sam (Halfpenny) who suffer a horrific shock when their youngest child reveals he was abused by a known filmmaker while filming a Hollywood movie in America.
In an attempt to build anew, the working-class family reluctantly accept a large pay-off for their silence.
Believing themselves to be free of the hardships of pressing charges against a renowned celebrity, The Mensahs are proven wrong as accepting the pay-off leads to dark consequences.
A Woman Captured: Storyville
Monday: BBC Four, 10.00pm
Film-maker Bernadett Tuza-Ritter tells a harrowing story of modern slavery through one woman’s nightmare. Marish is 52, works 12-hour days in a Hungarian factor and has been a domestic slave for ten years.
Family Cooking Showdown
Monday: BBC Two, 7.00pm
Returning for a brand-new series, Family Cooking Showdown shakes things up with new presenters Celebrity MasterChef 2017 winner Angellica Bell and Michelin-starred chef Tommy Banks.
The three-part series, written and created by Sherlock’s Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss, will be a reintroduction to literature’s most famous vampire as he plans to cause chaos in Victorian London.
Moffat and Gatiss said, “There have always been stories about great evil. What’s special about Dracula, is that Bram Stoker gave evil its own hero.”
BBC's Director of Content, Charlotte Moore, said of the new project, “Genius duo Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss turn their attentions to Dracula for unmissable event television on BBC One."
Prince, Son and Heir: Charles at 70 will be a one off special that will examine the many duties and responsibilities the Prince of Wales has fulfilled over the last year.
Documenting the journey of the longest-serving heir to the throne is film-maker John Bridcut, who has followed The Prince of Wales’ work from within the UK and abroad, giving Bridcut exclusive behind the scenes access and interviews with HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, and his sons, the Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex.
Otherwise known as the ‘Balaclava Man’, Corbett and Lisa McQueen (Rochenda Sandall) are on AC-12’s wanted list, and set to cause trouble as part of a criminal syndicate connected to police corruption.
An adaptation of the fourth novel in the book series, Lethal White sees the return of private eye Cormoran Strike (Tom Burke) and Robin Ellacott (Holliday Grainger) as they investigate a new case.
The four-part drama centres around Billy, a young man in mental distress who is haunted by a crime that he witnessed during his childhood, and seeks Strike’s help.
Although Billy’s recollection of events lacks important details, Strike is still greatly unsettled by these memories.
The award-winning show will up the ante this series, with challenges sending contestants all across the UK and overseas.
Their first task begins with the contestants jetting off to Malta, to purchase nine items for the cheapest prices. “Remember, this is NOT a holiday,” Lord Sugar warned the contestants, “expect the unexpected."
Drowning in Plastic
Monday: BBC One, 8.30pm
Wildlife biologist Liz Bonnin discovers the growing dangers of plastic polluting the world’s oceans in this one-off special.