Below are my picks of the week's most notable TV shows, returning/premiering on UK screens...
PICK OF THE DAY Failed by the NHS (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about young people with mental illnesses who feel badly treated by the NHS.
Kumph Mela: The Greatest Show on Earth (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary following British pilgrims heading for the Hindu Festival of Kumbh Mela in Allahabad, India.
Extreme OCD Camp (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary following six people with obsessive compulsive disorder, undergoing therapy at a US camp. (1/2)
CSI: NY (Channel 5, 9pm) Ninth and final season of the US crime drama. Starring Gary Sinise, Sela Ward & Carmine Giovanazzo. (1/17)
Churchill's First World War (BBC4, 9pm) Docu-drama about Winston Churchill's redemption following the disaster of the Dardanelles.
You Saw Them Here First (ITV, 8pm) Two-part series revealing where various familiar faces and celebrities made their screen debuts. Narrated by Robert Webb. (1/2)
Neighbourhood Force (ITV, 9pm) Documentary series going behind-the-scenes of the anti-social behaviour officers in Birmingham, Enfield and north London. (1/2)
Queen Victoria's Children (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary series about Queen Victoria, from the perspective of her relationships with her husband and children. (1/3)
PICK OF THE DAY The Last Leg (Channel 4, 10pm) Series 3 of the irreverent comedy series taking a look at the week's big news stories. Hosted by Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe & Alex Brooker. (1/8)
Alex Brooker: My Perfect Body (Channel 4, 10.50pm) Documentary about male body image.
Shoplife (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary series about a group of employees working at the Metrocentre in Gateshead, the UK's biggest shopping and leisure centre. (1/6)
Cutting Edge: Crash for Cash (Channel 4, 10pm) Documentary about the £3 million road accident scam.
That Music Show (Channel 4, 10pm) Music quiz show covering trivia from 1995 to 2005. Hosted by Nick Grimshaw.
Das Auto: Their Germans, Their Cars & Us (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary about the German automobile industry post-WWII.