Below are my picks of the most notable TV shows airing in the UK this week, from new premieres to returning favourites...
Ade in Britain (ITV1, 4pm) Series 2 of the show where Adrian Edmondson travels around the UK meeting traditional food producers. (1/30)
The Great British Winter (BBC2, 6.30pm) New series where ecologist Ellie Harrison investigates the UK's winter landscapes. (1/5)
Bang Goes The Theory (BBC1, 7.30pm) Series 7 of the science show. Hosted by Liz Bonnin, Jem Stansfield & Maggie Philbin. (1/8)
PICK OF THE DAY Broadchurch (ITV1, 9pm) New thriller about a seaside community dealing with the mysterious death of a child. Starring David Tennant, Olivia Colman, Andrew Buchan, Jodie Whittaker, Pauline Quirke, Vicky McClure, Arthur Darvill & Will Mellor. (1/8)
The Flying Scotsman: A Rail Romance (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary on the iconic steam locomotive.
16 Kids & Counting (Channel 4, 9pm) New documentary series following the lives of seven large families. (1/4)
Bluestone 42 (BBC3, 10pm) New comedy series about a squad of bomb disposal experts working in Afghanistan. Starring Oliver Chris, Stephen Wright, Kelly Adams, Tony Gardner, Katie Lyons, Scott Hoatson, Jamie Quinn & Gary Carr. (1/8)
The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret (Fox, 10.30pm) Season 2 of the Anglo-American sitcom about a hapless US office worker tasked with launching an energy drink in London. Starring David Cross, Will Arnett & Sharon Horgan. (1/6)
The Matt Lucas Awards (BBC1, 10.35pm) Series 2 of the show where celebrity guests bestow fictional awards on people. Guests are Ardal O'Hanlon, Robert Webb & Adil Ray. (1/8)
Michael Grade & The World's Oldest Joke (BBC4, 9pm) Documentary about the history of the joke. Featuring Ken Dodd, Tim Vine & Barry Cryer.
Parks & Recreation (BBC4, 10pm) Season 1 of the US sitcom about a group of small town council workers. (1 & 2/6)
Russell Brand's Give It Up Gig for Comic Relief (BBC3, 10pm) Charity music and comedy gig compered by Russell Brand. Featuring Emeli Sande, Jake Bugg, Jessie J, Nicole Scherzinger, Noel Gallagher, Paloma Faith, Rizzle Kicks, Jimmy Carr, Jason Manford, Eddie Izzard, Noel Fielding, Simon Amstell and many more.
PICK OF THE DAY Anna & Katy (Channel 4, 10.35pm) New sketch show from Anna Crilly and Katy Wix, featuring a spoof of The Great British Bake Off and The Apprentice. Guest-starring Lee Mack. (1/6)
How to Get to Heaven with the Hutteries (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary about the Hutterites, a family of Christians who believe living separately from the world will ensure them a place in Heaven
What Destroyed the Hindenburg? (Channel 4, 9pm) Documentary about the famous airship disaster of 1937.
The Incredible Mr Goodwin (Watch, 9pm) New series showcasing the skills of daredevil and escapologist Jonathan Goodwin. (1/5)
Heritage! The Battle for Britain's Past (BBC4, 9pm) New documentary series looking at the efforts to protect the UK's heritage over the years. (1/3)
Gogglebox (Channel 4, 10pm) New reality show where six families are recorded watching and commenting on various television shows. Narrated by Caroline Aherne.
PICK OF THE DAY In Vogue: The Editor's Eye (Sky Atlantic, 9pm) Documentary going behind-the-scenes of Vogue magazine in the US, to celebrate the publication's 120th anniversary.
The Ballad of Mott the Hoople (BBC4, 10pm) Documentary on Hereford rock band Mott the Hoople, who had a big hit with "All The Young Dudes" written by David Bowie.
Shipping Wars (History, 10pm) New documentary series following a transportation firm. (1/9)
Secrets of the Stonehenge Skeletons (Channel 4, 8pm) Documentary about the discovery of bodies beneath Stonehenge, which may change perceptions of what it was designed for.
Moonshiners (Discovery Channel, 9pm) Series 2 of the documentary about illegal whiskey brewers. (1/14)
Toughest Place to Be (BBC2, 9pm) Series 4 of the show looking at British people doing jobs in challenging locations. (1/3)
PICK OF THE DAY Shetland (BBC1, 9pm) Drama about a detective in the Shetands involved in a rare murder investigation. Starring Douglas Henshall, Sandra Voe, Erin Armstrong, Steven Robertson, Alison O'Donnell & Lewis Howden. Concludes tomorrow. (1/2)