Below are my picks of the week's most notable TV shows, premiering/returning to UK screens...
The Sheriffs Are Coming (BBC1, 7pm) Documentary series following the work of High Court Enforcement Officers. (1/4)
Long Live Britain (BBC1, 9pm) Documentary raising awareness of type 2 diabetes. Presented by Julia Bradbury, Phil Hammond & Phil Tufnell. (1/2)
Botched Up Bodies (Channel 5, 9pm) New series where doctors try to reverse or repair damage done by botched cosmetic procedures. (1/6)
PICK OF THE DAY Burton & Taylor (BBC4, 9pm) Biopic on famous celebrity couple Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor. Starring Dominic West & Helena Bonham Carter.
Don't Blame Facebook (Channel 4, 10pm) Documentary about people who found themselves in trouble because of social media.
PICK OF THE DAY Rachel Bruno: My Dad & Me (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary following the youngest daughter of boxing legend Frank Bruno.
Hunting the Doorstep Conmen (ITV, 9pm) Documentary series following trading standards offices on Oxfordshire and North Yorkshire. (1/2)
Badults (BBC3, 10pm) Comedy about three childhood friends who honour a pact to live with each as grown-ups. Starring Ben Clark, Matthew Crosby, Tom Parry & Emer Kenny. (1/6)
The Café (Sky1, 9pm) Series 2 of the comedy set in a seaside café. Starring Michelle Terry, Ralf Little, June Watson, Ellie Haddington & David Troughton. (1/7)
Notes from the Inside with James Rhodes (Channel 4, 10pm) Documentary aiming to see if music can change lives, presented by a classical pianist who was sectioned five years ago.
PICK OF THE DAY Love/Hate (Channel 5, 10pm) New drama about a fugitive criminal who returns to Dublin from Spain to celebrate his brother's release from prison, who's soon forced to stay after a tragic accident. Starring Robert Sheehan, Aidan Gillen, Ruth Negga, Tom Vaughan-Lawtor & Ruth Bradley. (1/4)
PICK OF THE DAY PhoneShop (E4, 10pm) Series 3 of the comedy set inside a high street mobile phone retailer. Starring Andrew Brooke, Tom Bennett, Emma Fryer, Javone Prince & Martin Trenaman. (1/6)