For any new readers out there, TV Picks is my weekly selection of new TV shows airing in the UK. I can't promise a comprehensive list, but most of the next seven day's best programmes will be mentioned here.
Kicked Out Kids (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary following four unruly youngsters, all on the verge of being kicked out of their home by their parents.
Glamour Model: Mum, Baby & Me (BBC3, 9pm) Follow-up documentary to Glamour Models, Mum & Me. 16-year-old Georgia is now faced with her topless model mum having a baby.
The Great British Journey: Furness (BBC1, 10.35pm) Documentary on London's docklands over the centuries. Presented by Peter Snow.
PICK OF THE DAY A Short History Of Everything Else (Channel 4, 10pm) Brand new comedy panel show. Hosted by Griff Rhys Jones, with regulars Marcus Brigstocke & Charlie Baker. Guests this week are Kirsty Wark & Micky Flanagan. (1/4)
The Man Who Made Us Fat (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary about the people who shape and influence what we eat. (1/3)
Mock The Week (BBC2, 10pm) Return of the satirical comedy panel show about the week's topical events. Hosted by Dara O'Briain, with regulars Andy Parsons, Hugh Dennis & Chris Addison. (1/12)
PICK OF THE DAY Dead Boss (BBC3, 10.30pm) Brand new sitcom about a woman imprisoned, perhaps unjustly, for murdering her boss. Starring Sharon Horgan & Jennifer Saunders. (1/6)
Puccini's Il Trittico (BBC4, 8pm) Operatic triptych beginning with Il Tabarro – The Cloak. (1/3)
PICK OF THE DAY True Love (BBC1, 10.25pm) Brand new serial drama about several overlapping stories of love in a seaside town. Starring David Tennant, Joanne Froggatt, Vicky McClure, Lacey Turner, Jo Woodcock, Peter McNeill O'Connor & Luke Bryant. Continues every night until Thursday. (1/5)