|'Rubicon' - Thursday, BBC Four, 9PM|
Justice (BBC1, 2.15pm) Drama about a brand new public justice system run by Judge Patrick Coburn. Continues every day until Friday (1/5)
Britain's Best Dish (ITV1, 5pm) Amateur cooks compete win the prize of getting a dish included on the menu at The Savoy. Hosted by Mary Nightingale. (1/44)
Great British Menu (BBC2, 6.30pm) Culinary gameshow. (1/40)
Rooftop Rainforest (Sky1, 8pm) Documentary about wildlife expert Dust Gedge's attempt to make an indoor rainforest. (1/2)
Lambing Live (BBC2, 8pm) Live footage of the lambing season. (1/6)
The Brother The Islamist (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about a middle-class white boy from Weymouth whose brother became a radical Islamist.
Candy Cabs (BBC1, 9pm) Comedy-drama about two women who launch a taxi cab firm after the death of their friend. Stars Jo Joyner, Lisa Millet, John Henshaw & Melanie Hill. (1/3)
Filthy Cities (BBC2, 9pm) Dan Snow investigates how London was created in the 14th century. (1/3)
Smugglers (ITV1, 9pm) Documentary about modern-day smuggling in Britain. (1/2)
Campus (Channel 4, 10pm) Comedy about the bizarre staff of a struggling university. Starring Andy Nyman, Joseph Millson, Lisa Jackson, Jonathan Bailey, Will Adamsdale, Dolly Wells, Katherine Ryan & Sara Pascoe. (1/6)
The Crimson Petal & The White (BBC2, 9pm) Victorian drama based on the novel by Michel Faber, about a man who finds solace from his unstable wife by seeking out a prostitute. Starring Romola Garai, Chris O'Dowd, Gillian Anderson, Amanda Hale, Shirley Henderson, Richard E. Grant, James Wilson & Mark Gatiss. (1/4)
Dad's Having A Baby: A Bodyshock Special (Channel 4, 9pm) Documentary about a family comprised of two fathers, one of whom is pregnant.
The Kennedys (History Channel, 9pm) US miniseries about John F. Kennedy's rise to the presidency. Starring Greg Kinnear, Tom Wilkinson, Katie Holmes & Barry Pepper. Double-bill. My review. (1/4)
A History Of Celtic Britain (BBC2, 9pm) Neil Oliver explores the origins of Britain. (1/4)
Botox Britain: Your Face In Their Hands (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about the craze for cosmetic surgery. Presented by Kirsten O'Brien.
Room At The Top (BBC4, 9pm) Adaptation of John Braine's novel about a young working class man from a Yorkshire mill town who tries to better himself. (1/2)
Rubicon (BBC4, 10pm) Drama about a federal intelligence analyst who stumbles upon a conspiracy. Starring James Badge Dale, Miranda Richardson, Arliss Howard, Jessica Collins & Dallas Roberts. (1/13)
Have I Got News For You? (BBC1, 9pm) Series 41 of the long-running topical news quiz show. Guest-hosted by Jack Dee, with team captains Ian Hislop & Paul Merton. (1/10)
The Defenders (FX, 10pm) US crime drama. Starring Jerry O'Connell & James Belushi. (1/18)