Below are my picks of the most notable new shows, returning or premiering on UK screens over the next 7 days...
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is (BBC1, 4.30pm) Series 5 of the antiques challenge gameshow. (1/30)
Gift Wrapped (ITV, 5pm) New quiz show where the prize is a wedding gift list and dream holiday. Hosted by Eamonn Holmes & Ruth Langsford. (1/10)
Two Tribes (BBC2, 6pm) New quiz show where seven contestants are split into teams, according to commonalities. Hosted by Richard Osmon. (1/30)
New Tricks (BBC1, 9pm) Series 11 of the crime drama. Starring Denis Lawson, Tamzin Outhwaite, Nicholas Lyndhurst, Dennis Waterman, Susie Blake & David Hayman. (1/10)
Resurrection (Watch, 9pm) New U.S drama about a community experiencing the physical return of dead family and friends. Starring Kurtwood Smith, Frances Fisher, Landon Gimenez, Mark Hildreth & Omar Epps. (1/8)
★ Celebrity Big Brother (Channel 5, 9.05pm) Series 14 of the celebrity spin-off to the reality show. Hosted by Emma Willis. (1/30)
My Online Bride (Channel 4, 10pm) Documentary about middle-aged Brits who travel overseas in search of brides.
Tales from the National Parks (BBC4, 11pm) Film-maker Richard Macer looks at the challenges faced by the UK's national parks. (1/3)
Super Senses: The Secret Power of Animals (BBC2, 9pm) Science series looking at animal senses that work beyond human perception. (1/3)
Worst Place to be a Pilot (Channel 4, 9pm) Documentary series about young British pilots working for Indonesian airline Susi Air, who operate in some of the most dangerous places in the world. (1/4)
Everyday Miracles: The Genius of Sofas, Stockings & Scanners (BBC4, 9pm) Factual series where Professor Mark Miodownik aims to make you appreciate the amazing design genius that goes into everyday items you take for granted. (1/2)
★ Ramsay's Hotel Hell (Channel 4, 10pm) New series where chef Gordon Ramsay stays in various nightmare hotels and B&Bs. (1/8)
The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door (Channel 5, 8pm) Series 2 of the documentary show about terrible neighbours, featuring CCTV and phone footage. (1/7)
Bright Lights, Brilliant Minds: A Tale of Three Cities (BBC4, 9pm) Documentary series looking at three big cities, starting with Vienna in 1908. (1/3)
Secrets from the Asylum (ITV, 9pm) Two-part documentary where celebrities discover how their ancestors coped in Victorian asylums. This edition features Ray Winstone, Claire Sweeney & Al Murray. (1/2)
★ Suspects (Channel 5, 10pm) Series 2 of the semi-improvised crime drama about three detectives. Starring Fay Ripley, Damien Molony & Clare-Hope Ashitey. (1/4)
Russia's Lost Princesses (BBC2, 8pm) Two-part documentary about the four daughters of the last Tsar, Nicholas II. (1/2)
Prom Divas UK (Channel 5, 8pm) Documentary following three teenagers preparing for a prom.
★ Educating Yorkshire: One Year On (Channel 4, 9pm) Follow-up special to the popular fly-on-the-wall documentary series.
How Britain Worked (Channel 4, 7pm) New series that recreated some of the Industrial Revolution's greatest technical achievements. Presented by Guy Martin. (1/6)