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Ultimate Police Interceptors (Channel 5, 8pm) Fly-on-the-wall series following police pursuit teams in Sheffield and Essex. Highlights of series 1. (1/3)
Horizon (BBC2, 9pm) Return of the long-running science series. This first edition looks at personal perception. (1/6)
Hugh's Big Fish Fight: The Battle Continues (Channel 4, 9pm) Follow-up series returning to Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's campaign to stop fishing trawlers discarding unwanted catches.
Cherry's Parenting Dilemmas (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about various challenges for parents.
PICK OF THE DAY Shooting Stars (BBC2, 10pm) Series 8 of the surreal celebrity gameshow. Hosted by Vic Reeves & Bob Mortimer, with team captains Jack Dee & Ulrika Jonsson. Guests tonight are James Martin & Ross Noble. (1/6)
Jennifer Saunders: Laughing At The '90s (Channel 4, 10pm) The comedian reflects on comedy in the '90s, featuring interviews with Joanna Lumley, Dawn French, Reece Shearsmith, John Thomson, Ardal O'Hanlon, Adam & Joe, Rebecca Front, Arabella Weir, Partrick Marber, Adrian Edmondson & David Baddiel.
PICK OF THE DAY The Real Sleeping Beauty (BBC1, 10.35pm) Documentary about a girl with Kleine-Levin syndrome, which means she falls asleep for days at a time every month or so.
Village SOS (BBC1, 8pm) Series charting events of a village trying to get their derelict mill renovated with Lottery money. Presented by Sarah Beeny. (1/6)
Timothy Spall: Back At Sea (BBC4, 8.30pm) The actor goes on a seafaring adventure in the Irish Sea with his wife. (1/4)
Amy Winehouse Tribute (BBC3, 9pm) Special celebrating the life of singer Amy Winehouse.
PICK OF THE DAY Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC1, 9pm) Series 9 of the genealogy show, helping celebrities trace their ancestors. This episode focuses on EastEnders actress June Brown. (1/10)
Croc Man (Channel 5, 8pm) Series following Shaun Foggett, who wants to open the UK's first crocodile zoo. (1/4)
Carrot Or Stick? A Horizon Guide To Raising Children (BBC4, 8pm) Documentary about how science has changed how we raise children. Presented by child psychologist Laverne Antrobus.
Me, My, Sex & I (BBC1, 10.35pm) Documentary about hermaphrodites.
Beyonce At Glastonbury 2011 (BBC4, 9.40pm) Highlights of Beyonce's performance on the final night of this summer's Glastonbury festival.
How Hip Hop Changed The World (Channel 4, 10.25pm) Documentary on the rise of hip hop in popular culture. Part of a four-night season on street dance, urban sports, street art and hip hop.
Match Of The Day (BBC1, 10.15pm) Return of the football highlights show.
PICK OF THE DAY Ocean Giants (BBC1, 9pm) Documentary on the ocean's largest mammals. Narrated by Stephen Fry. (1/3)
Young, Dumb & Living Off Mum (BBC3, 9pm) Series 3 of the show where a group of spoiled kids go to work at one of London's busiest hostels. (1/6)