Below are my picks of the week's most notable TV shows premiering or returning to UK screens this week...
Unsafe Sex in the City (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary on teenagers having unprotected sex. (1/4)
Edward VIII's Murderous Mistress (Channel 4, 9pm) Documentary on the affair Edward VIII's affair had before his coronation, where his former mistresses was later facing a death sentence.
PICK OF THE DAY The Wright Way (BBC1, 10.35pm) New sitcom about a health and safety manager. Starring David Haig, Mina Anwar, Luke Gell, Toby Longworth & Joanne Matthews. Written by Ben Elton. (1/6)
South Africa: The Massacre that Changed a Nation (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary on the incident where 34 miners were shot dead by police as they protested outside a mine.
Licence to Kill (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary on traffic collisions, presented by Sophie Morgan--a woman who was left unable to walk after a car accident in 2003.
PICK OF THE DAY 10 O'Clock Live (Channel 4, 10pm) Series 3 of the comedy current affairs show. Hosted by Jimmy Carr, David Mitchell, Charlie Brooker & Lauren Laverne. (1/8)
Joined for Life: Abby & Brittany (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about conjoined twins Abigail and Brittany Hensel, who have two heads, spines and hearts, but share organs and limbs from the waist down. (1/3)
Watson & Oliver (BBC2, 10pm) Series 2 of the sketch show. Starring Lorna Watson & Ingrid Oliver. (1/6)
Russell Howard's Good News (BBC3, 10pm) Series 8 of the topical comedy show. (1/12)
The Genius of Turner: Painting the Industrial Revolution (BBC2, 9pm) Docu-drama about painter JMW Turner. Narrated by Samuel West. Starring Thomas Coombes.