Below are my picks of the week's most notable shows, premiering/returning to UK screens this Easter week...
The Wonder of Bees with Martha Kearney (BBC4, 8pm) Factual series about the science, art and culture of bees. (1/4)
Only Connect (BBC4, 8.30pm) Series 9 of the mental gameshow. Hosted by Victoria Coren. (1/13)
★ Can Criminals Say Sorry? (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about the effectiveness of restorative justice, where criminals have a chance to communicate with their victims and apologise. Presented by Brooke Kinsella.
Embarrassing Bodies: Live From the Clinic (Channel 4, 8pm) Series 4 of the show where the doctors help members of the public with their embarrassing bodily issues live. (1/8)
Watermen: A Dirty Business (BBC2, 9pm) New documentary series about the staff of a water company in the north-west of England. (1/6)
★ Twin Towns (Sky1, 9pm) New series where families from the UK and US swap lives. (1/10)
Later Live with Jools Holland (BBC2, 10pm) Series 44 of the live music show. Featuring Elbow, Engelbert Humperdink, Neneh Cherry, Eagulls, Agnes Obel and more. (1/7)
The Hunt for the Boston Bombers (Channel 4, 10pm) Documentary retelling the events of last April's Boston Marathon bombings.
Happy Birthday BBC Two (BBC2, 10pm) Re-airing of a 2004 tribute looking at the highs and lows of BBC2, as it approaches its 50th anniversary. (1/4)
★ Mad Men (Sky Atlantic, 9pm) Season 7 of the US drama set in the 1960s. (1/14)
Cowboy Builders (Channel 5, 8pm) New series tackling dodgy builders. Hosted by Dominic Littlewood & Melinda Messenger. (1/6)
Parking Mad (BBC1, 9pm) New documentary series about people involved in car-parking issues, from wardens and bailiffs to motorists and pedestrians. (1/4)
Protecting Our Parents (BBC2, 9pm) New documentary series following a team of people in Birmingham looking after older adults. (1/3)
Harold Shipman (Channel 5, 9pm) Dramatised documentary about the crimes of serial killer Harold Shipman, who killed an estimated 250 while working as a doctor. (1/2)
The Walton Sextuplets at 30 (ITV, 9pm) Documentary about the world's oldest surviving all-female sextuplets, the Waltons from Wallasey on the Wirral.
Intelligence (Sky1, 9pm) Season 1 of the US sci-fi action about an ex-Navy SEAL with a high-tech chip implanted in his brain that enabled him to see the information superhighway. Starring Josh Holloway.