|Pick of the Week: LUTHER - BBC1, Tuesday, 9PM|
Terry Pratchett: Choosing To Die (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary presented by Terry Pratchett (the best-selling author battling Alzheimer's Disease) about people's right to decide when and how they die.
The Walton Sextuplets: Moving On (ITV1, 9pm) Documentary about the Liverpudlian woman who gave birth to six baby girls in 1983. This is the ninth catch-up film charting the family's progress on the sextuplets' 28th birthday.
Kill It, Cut It, Use It (BBC3, 9pm) Series looking at how various animal body parts are used after animals are slaughtered. Presented by Julia Bradbury. (1/5)
World War II: 1940 & The Man Of Steel (BBC4, 9pm) Documentary about Hitler and Stalin's confrontations on the Eastern front of WWII.
Luther (BBC1, 9pm) Series 2 of the crime thriller. Starring Idris Elba, Ruth Wilson, Warren Brown, Paul McGann & Nikki Amuka-Bird. (1/4)
Baby Hospital (ITV1, 9pm) Series looking at the work of Liverpool Women's Hospital's neonatal unit. (1/3)
America's Got Talent (ITV2, 9pm) Season 5 of the US talent show competition. Judged by Howie Mandel, Piers Morgan & Sharon Osbourne. Hosted by Nick Cannon.
The Scheme (BBC2, 11.05pm) Documentary following six families on a housing scheme in north-west Kilmarnock over 19-months. (1/4)
Sri Lanka's Killing Fields (Channel 4, 11.05pm) Investigation into alleged war crimes by Sri Lankan forces against secessionist group the Tamil Tigers.
Kids Behind Bars (BBC3, 9pm) Series investigating the lives of troubled children sent to the Vinney Secure Unit in Gloucestershire. (1/3)
One Born Every Minute USA (More4, 9pm) US version of the fly-on-the-wall documentary series showing real-life births in a maternity ward. (1/8)
The Sex Researchers (Channel 4, 10pm) Documentary series about how our attitudes to sex have changed over the past century. (1/3)
My Family (BBC1, 9pm) Series 11 of the family sitcom. Starring Robert Lindsay, Zoe Wannamaker, Daniela Denby-Ashe & Keiron Self. (1/11)
The Kennedys (BBC2, 9pm) Political miniseries telling the story of John F. Kennedy's rise to presidency in the '60s. Starring Greg Kinnear, Barry Pepper, Katie Holmes & Tom Wilkinson. Terrestrial premiere. (1/8)
8 Out Of 10 Cats (Channel 4, 9pm) Series 11 of the comedy panel gameshow. Hosted by Jimmy Carr, with team captains Sean Lock & Jon Richardson. (1/9)
King Of (Channel 4, 9.30pm) Brand new comedy panel gameshow where celebrity guests discuss their passions and unusual hobbies. Hosted by Claudia Winkleman. Guests are Sarah Millican & Chris Evans. (1/6)
Castle (Channel 5, 9pm) Season 1 of the US cop drama about a crime fiction author who helps the police with their investigations. Starring Nathan Fillion & Stana Katic. Terrestrial premiere. (1/10)
Alan Carr: Chatty Man (Channel 4, 10pm) Series 6 of the chat show. Hosted by Alan Carr. Guests are Jennifer Lopez, Jonathan Ross & David Haye. (1/8)
Wall Of Fame (Sky1, 10pm) Brand new comedy panel show about the world's most talked-about people. Hosted by David Walliams. (1/8)
Dexter (FX, 10pm) Season 5 of the US crime drama about a serial-killer who works as a forensic analyst for the Miami police department. Starring Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter, Julia Stiles & Jonny Lee Miller. (1/12)
Kennedy Home Movies (BBC2, 8pm) Private film footage and memoirs of the Kennedy dynasty.
Penn & Teller: Fool Us (ITV1, 8pm) Series where world-famous illusionists Penn & Teller ask amateur magicians to perform their act and try to bamboozle them about how it was achieved. Hosted by Jonathan Ross.
The Marriage Ref (ITV1, 9pm) UK remake of the US series where a celebrity panel try to help with genuine marital disputes. Hosted by Dermot O'Leary. Guests are Jonathan Ross, James Corden, Geri Halliwell, Alan Carr, Jimmy Carr, Sarah Millican & Micky Flanagan. (1/7)
Lee Mack's All Star Cast (BBC1, 9.40pm) Light entertainment series hosted by comedian Lee Mack. (1/6)