Below are my picks of the most notable shows premiering/returning to UK screens this week...
Bang Goes the Theory (BBC1, 7.30pm) Series 8 of the science magazine show. Hosted by Liz Bonnin, Jem Stansfield & Maggie Philbin. (1/8)
EDL Girls: Don't Call Me Racist (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about female members of the far-right English Defence League, known as the EDL Angels.
Great Canal Journeys (More4, 9pm) New series where married actors Timothy West & Prunella Scales embark on a canal holiday across the UK and France to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary. (1/4)
★ The Michael McIntyre Show (BBC1, 10.35pm) New chat show hosted by the stand-up comedian. Guests are Lord Alan Sugar, Terry Wogan & Lily Allen. (1/6)
Fossil Wonderlands: Nature's Hidden Treasures (BBC4, 9pm) Factual series about fossilised remains from around the world. Presented by Professor Richart Fortey. (1/3)
Insane Fight Club (BBC1, 10.35pm) Documentary about Insane Championship Wrestling, a brutal new fighting entertainment created by Mark Dallas.
You Saw Them Here First (ITV, 8pm) Series 2 of the show that takes a look at the debut appearance of various famous faces. (1/2)
Secret Eaters (Channel 4, 8pm) Series 3 of the show where overweight people are put under 24-hour surveillance. Hosted by Anna Richardson. (1/8)
Famous, Rich & Hungry (BBC1, 9pm) Two-part Sport Relief special where four celebs experience life for people who can't afford to eat. Featuring Cheryl Ferguson, Theo Paphitis, Jaimie Lang & Rachel Johnson. (1/2)
Law & Order UK (ITV, 9pm) Series 8 of the crime drama. Starring Bradley Walsh, Ben Bailey Smith, Paterson Joseph, Dominic Rowan & Georgia Taylor. (1/8)
★ Live from Space: Astronauts - Living in Space (Channel 4, 9pm) Documentary series made in collaboration with NASA as part of Channel 4's Live from Space season. (1/3)
How to Get Ahead (BBC4, 9pm) Documentary where writer and broadcaster Stephen Smith looks at how people prospered in 14th-century England. (1/3)
Who Needs Ibiza? The Great British Holiday (BBC3, 9pm) Two-part documentary looking at the Toms family, who own a 18-30s campsite in Devon. (1/2)
★ The Walshes (BBC4, 10pm) New comedy-drama about a west Dublin family. Starring Niall Gaffney, Phillipa Dunne, Amy Stephenson, Rory Connolly, Shane Langan & Owen Roe. (1/3)
★ Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D (Channel 4) Season 1 of the US superhero drama resumes. (11/22)
★ Live From Space (Channel 4, 7.30pm) Live broadcast from the ISS and Mission Control Houston. Hosted by Dermot O'Leary.
Harry's South Pole Heroes (ITV, 8pm) Two-part documentary about an expedition to the Antarctic, where Prince Harry joined four injured British soldiers. (1/2)