|Pick of the Week: 'PRIMEVAL' - Watch, Tuesday, 8PM|
Dispatches: The Truth About Your Dentist (Channel 4, 8pm) Documentary on how the public are sometimes misled about private dentistry and the NHS.
Supersize Ambulance (BBC1, 9pm) Documentary following the work of the Thames Ambulance's bariatric service.
All Watched Over By Machines Of Loving Grace (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary series exploring the fear that humanity's being willingly colonized by machines. (1/3)
Funny Or Die Presents (Sky Atlantic, 10pm) Comedy series from Will Ferrell, based on the humorous video website. (1/12)
Four Rooms (Channel 4, 8pm) Dragons' Den-inspired antiques gameshow where four of the UK's top art dealers compete to buy people's unusual antiquities. (1/8)
Primeval (Watch, 8pm) Series 5 of the sci-fi action-adventure receives its UK premiere. Starring Andrew Lee Potts, Hannah Spearritt, Alexander Siddig, Ben Miller, Ciarán McMenamin & Ruth Kearney. (1/6)
Geordie Shore (MTV, 10pm) Reality-drama based on the US hit Jersey Shore.
Midsomer Murders (ITV1, 8pm) Series 14 of the murder-mystery series. Starring Neil Dudgeon.
Diagnosis Live From The Clinic (Channel 4, 8pm) Live episode where members of the public have their ailments diagnosed by doctors. (1/6)
Moving Nature's Giants (Five, 8pm) Series exploring the methods used to transport enormous creatures, starting with a task to relocate a herd of elephants. (1/4)
Heath v Wilson: The 10 Year Duel (BBC4, 9pm) Documentary on political rivals Harold Wilson and Edward Heath and their decadal feud.
The World's Tallest Man: Looking For Love (Channel 4, 10pm) Documentary about Turkey's Sultan Ksen, the world's tallest man, and his struggle to find love with his condition.
Ideal (BBC3, 10.30pm) Series 7 of the sitcom about a small-time cannabis dealer. Starring Johnny Vegas. (1/6)
Paul Merton's Birth Of Hollywood (BBC2, 9.30pm) Documentary where the comedian travels to Hollywood in the year the showbiz capital celebrates its centennial. (1/3)
The Book Review Show (BBC2, 11pm) Literary review show. Presented by Kirsty Wark, with Germaine Greer & John Mullan.