Below are my picks of the week's most notable shows, premiering/returning to UK screens...
Fear of Flying: Caught on Camera (Channel 4, 9pm) Documentary following some people with a fear of flying.
Light & Dark (BBC4, 9pm) Documentary series revealing how scientists started to learn about the universe by manipulating light. Presented by Jim Al-Khalili. (1/2)
Gareth Bale: Welsh Galactico (ITV4, 11pm) Profile of the Welsg striker, who recently became the world's most expensive footballer when he signed for Real Madrid.
PICK OF THE DAY Mystery Map (ITV, 8pm) New series looking into the UK's weirdest mysteries, including ghost sightings, UFOs, Egyptian curses, etc. Presented by Julia Bradbury & Ben Shepherd. (1/2)
Timeshift: A Day at the Zoo (BBC4, 9pm) A history of the British zoo, using home video footage through the decades.
Backchat with Jack Whitehall & His Dad (BBC3, 10pm) Comedy chat show presented by comedian Jack Whitehall and his father, a renowned theatrical agent. Guests are Jeremy Paxman & Danny Dyer. (1/6)
Children of the Master Race (Channel 5, 9pm) Documentary into how the Nazis intended to create a "racially pure" generation.
PICK OF THE DAY An Adventure in Space & Time (BBC2, 9ppm) Drama looking at the birth of Doctor Who in 1963. Starring David Bradley, Brian Cox, Jessica Raine, Sacha Dhawan, Lesley Manville, Jemma Powell & Jeff Rawle.
A Young Doctor's Notebook (Sky Arts1, 9pm) Series 2 of the medical period drama based on the work of Russian author Mikhail Bulgakov. Starring Jon Hamm & Daniel Radcliffe. (1/4)
Him & Her (BBC3, 10pm) Series 4 of the domestic sitcom about a slovenly couple and their close friends and family. Starring Russell Tovey, Sarah Solemani, Ricky Champ, Kerry Howard, Camille Coduri & Joe Wilkinson. (1/5)
Walking Through History (Channel 4, 8pm) New history show looking at historical landscapes. Presented by Tony Robinson. (1/3)
Killing Kennedy (National Geographic, 8pm) Drama based on the best-selling book Killing Kennedy: The End of Camelot. Starring Rob Lowe, Ginnifer Goodwin, Michelle Trachtenberg, Will Rothaar & Jack Noseworth.
JFK: News of a Shotoing (More4, 9pm) Documentary into one of history's most shocking assassinations, created by Alastaor Layzell & George Clooney.
PICK OF THE DAY Doctor Who Live: The Afterparty (BBC3, 9.05pm) Celebration of the sci-fi drama's 50th anniversary. Presented by Zoe Ball & Rick Edwards.