MONDAY 18thLondon On Film (BBC4, 8.30pm) Documentary on the various aspects of London captured on film, beginning with the West End.
Chris Moyles' Comedy Empire (BBC3, 10pm) Gala evening of comedy from the Hackney Empire, hosted by Chris Moyles. Featuring Mark Watson, Jason Bryne, Andrew Maxwell, and many others.
PICK OF THE DAY Prime Suspect [USA] (Universal, 10pm) US remake of the long-running and influential British drama about a tough female detective. Starring Maria Belo, Brian F. O'Byrne, Aidan Quinn, Peter Gerety, Kirk Acevedo & Tim Griffin. (1/13)
TUESDAY 19thPICK OF THE DAY Joely Richardson On Shakespeare's Women (BBC4, 9pm) Series where famous actors examine specific aspects of William Shakespeare's oeuvre, beginning with Joely Richardson and female characters in his plays.
WEDNESDAY 20thPICK OF THE DAY Cherry Healey's How To Get A Life (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about modern life and current attitudes. (1/6)
The Strange Case Of The Law (BBC4, 9pm) The story of the English judicial system. Presented by Harry Potter (no, not that one). (1/3)
FRIDAY 22ndPICK OF THE DAY Simon Schama's Shakespeare (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary about Shakespeare's work and how it dramatised history in an unprecedented way.
David Bowie & The Story Of Ziggy Stardust (BBC4, 9pm) Documentary on the singer and his '70s alter-ego.
SATURDAY 23rdPICK OF THE DAY Radio 1's Big Weekend (BBC3, 7pm) Coverage of the annual music festival organised by BBC Radio 1, featuring Ed Sheeran, Nicki Minaj, Kasabian, Jay Z, Leona Lewis, Rita Ora, Tinie Tempah, Jessie J, Emeli Sande, Biffy Clyro, and many more. Hosted by Fearne Cotton, Greg James & Gemma Cairney. Concludes tomorrow.
Sex & The Sitcom (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary about sex in UK sitcoms; from innuendo-laden classics like Up, Pompeii and Hancock, to more modern shows like the '90s Men Behaving Badly. Contributions from Simon Nye & Jonathan Harvey.