Below are my week's picks of the most notable shows returning/premiering on UK screens...
Moving On (BBC1, 2.15pm) Series 5 of the daily drama strand, focusing on characters reaching turning points in their lives. Continues weekdaily until Friday. (1/5)
PICK OF THE DAY The Paul O'Grady Show (ITV, 5pm) Series 4 of the chat show after a few years break. Guests are Louis Walsh, Helen Worth & The Saturdays. (1/50)
Cathedrals (BBC4, 9pm) Documentary series looking at the workings of three Cathedrals, beginning in Wakefield. (1/3)
The Sound of Musicals (Channel 4, 9pm) Documentary on the competitive West End, where theatre is booming. (1/4)
Snow, Sex & Suspicious Parents (BBC3, 9pm) New series where teenagers embark on unsupervised trips abroad, which are actually being seen by their parents. (1/4)
Missing Without Trace (ITV, 9pm) Special programme reuniting two families who lost a loved one. Hosted by Natasha Kaplinski.
PICK OF THE DAY Hebburn (BBC2, 10pm) Series 2 of the comedy about a Tyneside family. Starring Chris Ramsey, Kimberley Nixon, Jim Moir, Gina McKee, Lisa McGrillis & Pat Dunn. (1/6)
24 Hours in A&E (Channel 4, 9pm) Series 4 of the fly-on-the-wall documentary from King's College Hospital's A&E department. (1/6)
Tudor Monastery Farm (BBC2, 9pm) New series running a farm in West Sussex at it would have been done during the reign of King Henry VII. (1/6)
PICK OF THE DAY Crackanory (Dave, 10pm) Comedy re-imagining of children's classic Jackanory, where famous people read darkly comic tales. Featuring Jack Dee & Sally Phillips. (1/6)
PICK OF THE DAY The Science of Doctor Who (BBC2, 9pm) Special science programme examining some of the sci-fi concepts of Doctor Who. Hosted by Professor Brian Cox. Featuring Matt Smith.
Britten's Endgame (BBC4, 9pm) Film looking at the twilight years of famed composer Benjamin Britten.
The Revolution Will Be Televised (BBC3, 10.25pm) Series 2 of the comedy sketches and pranks show, with a political slant. (1/6)
The Day Kennedy Died (ITV, 10.35pm) Documentary on the assassination of JFK, which occurred 50 years ago on 22 November 1963.
PICK OF THE DAY Children in Need 2013 (BBC1, 7.30pm) Annual charity event. Hosted by Terry Wogan, Tess Daly & Fearne Cotton. Featuring JLS, the cast of Matilda, a Doctor Who 50th anniversary special clip, Strictly Come Dancing with Torvill & Dean, a special edition of Room 101, Harry Hill, Call the Midwife, Ellie Goulding, The One Show, EastEnders, and much more.
Kennedy's Nuclear Nightmare (More4, 9pm) Documentary on the Cuban Missile Crisis, told via eyewitness reports.
PICK OF THE DAY Borgen (BBC4, 10pm) Series 3 of the Danish political drama. (1/10)
Kennedy Home Movies (BBC2, 7.05pm) Home video footage of the Kennedy family, painting a picture of JFK's life before his assassination.
Britain & The Sea (BBC1, 9pm) New series where David Dimbleby sails along the UK coastline.
PICK OF THE DAY I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! (ITV, 9pm) Series 13 of the jungle survival reality gameshow. Hosted by Ant & Dec. The rumoured celebs participating include Paul Gascoigne, Rylan Clark, Joey Essex, Lucy Pargeter, Steve Davis & Chris Huhne. (1/20)
Respect: A Felix Dexter Special (BBC2, 10pm) Tribute to the comedian and actor, best-known for his work on The Real McCoy, The Fast Show and Absolutely Fabulous, who died last month aged 52.