Below are my picks of the week's most notable shows, returning/premiering on UK screens this week...
First Time On the Frontline (BBC1, 11.30am) Documentary following emergency service recruits embarking on their new careers. (1/15)
Jo Frost: Family Matters (ITV, 2pm) New talk show aiming to help families. (1/35)
Ejector Seat (ITV, 4pm) New quiz show where six contestants answer questions to stop their seats moving backwards and eventually ejecting them. Hosted by Andi Peters. (1/30)
The Paul O'Grady Show (ITV, 5pm) Return of the tea-time chat show. Guests include Bruce Forsyth. (25/50)
Britain's Most Extreme Weather (Channel 4, 8pm) New series looking at the UK's worst meteorological conditions. Presented by Alex Beresford. (1/4)
Vets in the Disaster Zone (BBC2, 9pm) Documentary looking at vets working in the aftermath of last November's Typhoon Haiyan. Presented by Michael Mosley.
★ Prey (ITV, 9pm) New thriller about a detective wrongly convicted of murdering his family, who escapes to clear his name. Starring John Simm, Rosie Cavaliero, Craig Parkinson, Anastasia Hille, Benedict Wong, Adrian Edmondson & Heather Peace. (1/3)
My Brother, The Terrorist (BBC3, 9pm) Follow-up to the 2011 documentary about a man whose stepbrother became fundamentalist Muslim terrorist.
Hinterland (BBC4, 9pm) New detective drama about a rule-breaking detective solving a mysterious disappearance. Starring Richard Harrington, Mali Harries, Alex Harries, Hannah Daniel & Aneirin Hughes. (1/7)
Love for Sale with Rupert Everett (Channel 4, 10pm) Two-part documentary looking at why people buy and sell sex. (1/2)
Mr Drew's School for Boys (Channel 4, 9pm) New series following headteacher Stephen Drew, as he tries to help 11 unruly pupils by enrolling them and their parents in a residential summer school. (1/4)
GPs: Behind Closed Doors (Channel 5, 9pm) Documentary exposing what goes on in a general practioner's consultation room at St John's Medical Centre, Lewisham. (1/4)
Phil: Secret Agent Down Under (More4, 9pm) Spin-off to the property show, now focusing on Australian homes. Hosted by Phil Spencer. (1/15)
The Last Chance School (Channel 4, 10pm) Documentary investigating the fact 5,000 children are excluded from schools across the UK.
Comedy Playhouse: Over to Bill (BBC1, 10.35pm) Comedy Playhouse season begins with a one-off sitcom about a former TV weatherman trying to rebuild his career. Starring Hugh Dennis, Neil Morrissey & Tracy-Ann Oberman. (1/3)
The Birth of Empire: The East India Company (BBC2, 9pm) Historical documentary about the 200-year-old British trade in India. Presented by Dan Snow. (1/2)
★ Orphan Black (BBC3, 10pm) Season 2 of the Canadian sci-fi drama about clones. Starring Tatiana Maslany, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Matt Frewer & Evelyn Brochu. (1/10)
Cardinal Burns (Channel 4, 10.30pm) Series 2 of the award-winning sketch show from Seb Cardinal & Dustin Demri-Burns. (1/6)