Below are my picks of the most notable new shows, returning or premiering on UK screens over the next 7 days...
Oxford Street Revealed (BBC1, 11.30pm) New observational documentary series about the London thoroughfare. (1/10)
VE Day: Remembering Victory (BBC1, 8.30pm) Documentary about the end of WWII, announced 70 years ago. Narrated by Julie Walters. Contributors include David Attenborough, Honor Blackman, Jilly Cooper, Michael Parkinson, John Craven, Esther Rantzen, Patrick Stewart, Anne Reid, Una Stubbs, and others.
★ The Stranger on the Bridge (Channel 4, 9pm) Documentary about the true-life story from 2008, about a Good Samaritan known as "Mike" who helped persuade a suicidal man not to jump off Waterloo Bridge, and was tracked down six months later via a social-media campaign.
Handmade (BBC4, 9pm) Documentary examining the crafting of handmade objects, filmed in real-time without voiceover or music. (1/3)
No Offence (Channel 4, 9pm) New comedy-drama series about an unorthodox team of cops. Starring Joanna Scanlan, Elaine Cassidy, Alexandra Roach, Will Mellor, Colin Salmon & Paul Ritter. (1/8)
★ Penny Dreadful (Sky Atlantic, 10pm) Season 2 of the supernatural drama about a team of misfit monster-hunters. Starring Timothy Dalton, Eva Green, Josh Hartnett, Harry Treadaway, Billie Piper, Rory Kinnear & Helen McCrory. (1/10)
Nick Helm's Heavy Entertainment (BBC3, 10.30pm) New comedy variety series, hosted by Nick Helm. (1/6)
Bugsplat! (Channel 4, 10.30pm) New comedy about a group of RAF drone pilots. Starring Vincent Franklin, Fiona Button, Hugh Skinner, Aimee-Ffion Edwards, Lauren O'Neil & Rufus Jones.
Murder in Successville (BBC3, 10.30pm) New structured reality comedy cop drama, half-improvised by a cast that includes Tom Davis, Jamie Laing, Liam Hourican, Jenny Bede, Cariad Lloyd, Tony Way, Harry Peacock & Colin Hoult. (1/6)
Shark (BBC1, 8.55pm) New wildlife documentary focusing on the notorious underwater predator. Narrated by Paul McGann. (1/3)
Channel 4's Alternative Election Night (Channel 4, 9pm) Live election commentary with a satirical edge, presented by Jeremy Paxman & David Mitchell.