My weekly picks of the most notable TV shows debuting in the UK this week is below, covering 3-9 December 2012...
Turner Prize 2012 (Channel 4, 7.30pm) Live coverage of the annual ceremony from the Tate Britain in London, with Jude Law handing out the awards. Hosted by Lauren Laverne.
The Real Man's Road Trip: Jon & Sean Go West (Channel 4, 9pm) Sean Lock and Jon Richardson travel to Louisiana to become Creole cowboys in the bayou. (1/2)
Inside Claridge's (BBC2, 9pm) Behind the scenes of the world-famous luxury hotel in Mayfair, central London. (1/3)
Junior Doctors: One Year Check Up (BBC3, 9pm) Follow-up to the fly-on-the-wall documentary, catching up with the young doctors a year later.
The Fear (Channel 4, 10pm) Brand new drama about a crime boss turned entrepreneur battling dementia and Albanian gangsters in Brighton. Starring Peter Mullan, Harry Lloyd, Paul Nicholls & Anastasia Hille. Continues nightly until Thursday. (1/4)
Inside The Body Beautiful: How Fat Works (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about the psychological and physiological pressures people deal with to lose weight.
Lemon La Vida Loca: Merry Keithmas (ITV2, 10pm) Festive special of the spoof fly-on-the-wall documentary series, following Keith Lemon on a winter retreat with his girlfriend. Co-starring Emily Atack. Concludes tomorrow. (1/2)
The War On Britain's Roads (BBC1, 9pm) Documentary on the state of the nation's roads, which has to cope with 34 million motorists and 12 million cylists.
Chris Tarrant: Extreme Railways (Channel 5, 9pm) Brand new series where the broadcaster goes on a variety of train journeys around the world. (1/3)
Rome: A History Of The Eternal City (BBC4, 9pm) Documentary on the role of religion in maintaining Rome's power. Presented by Simon Sebag Montefiore. (1/3)
Jamie & Jimmy's Food Fight Club (Channel 4, 9pm) Brand new series where Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty open a seaside café in Southend, Essex. (1/4)
A Young Doctor's Notebook (Sky Arts 1, 9pm) Period comedy-drama based on the work of Russian playwright Mikhail Bulgakov, about a doctor sent to a remote village. Starring Daniel Radcliffe & Jon Hamm. (1/4)
Westminster Abbey (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary going behind-the-scenes of Westminster Abbey. (1/3)
Peter Kay In Conversation (Channel 4, 9pm) Danny Baker interviews the Bolton comedian about his personal and professional life.
AC/DC Live At River Plate (BBC4, 9pm) The Australian rock band perform at Buenon Aires, recorded live in 2009.
Iron Maiden: Behind The Beast (BBC4, 10pm) Behind-the-scenes of the British rock band's world tour in 2010/11,
Tommy Cooper's Christmas Special (Channel 5, 8.55pm) Festive edition of the classic comedian's show from 1974.
Led Zeppelin Live In London 2007: Celebration Day (BBC2, 10.45pm) One-off reunion performance at London's O2 Arena, recorded live in 2007.
How The Bismarck Sank HMS Hood (Channel 4, 8pm) Documentary telling how HMS Hood was sunk by the Germany battleship Bismarck in May 1941.
Rome's Lost Empire (BBC1, 8.40pm) Documentary on ancient Rome, using satellite imagery to identify lost towns, ampitheatres and forts. Presented by Dan Snow.
Rod Stewart's Christmas (ITV1, 9.40m) The singer-songwriter showcases his new Christmas album, performing a selection of his favourite festive songs. Featuring Kylie Minogue, Michael Buble & Nicola Benedietti.