Below are my picks of the most notable new shows, returning or premiering on UK screens over the next 7 days...
All Change at Longleat (BBC1, 9pm) New series going behind-the-scenes of the Wiltshire stately home as its flamboyant owner, the Marquess of Bath, prepares to retire. (1/3)
Girls Can Code (BBC3, 9pm) New series looking for young girls with a talent for learning computer coding; an industry dominated by men, despite the fact half of gamers are women. Hosted by Alice Levine. (1/2)
★ Six Degrees of Separation (BBC2, 10pm) New game show where two teams have to find the scientific connection between six unlikely objects. Hosted by Professor Brian Cox with team captains Ben Miller & Hugh Dennis. Guests are Dr Hannah Fry, Professor Steve Jones, Professor Alice Roberts & Jim Ali-Khalili.
Britain's Biggest Adventures with Bear Grylls (ITV, 9pm) New series where the survivalist goes on a journey around the British Isle seeking adventures and memorable experiences. (1/3)
★ The Gamechangers (BBC2, 9pm) Single drama about a controversial period when the British creator of Grand Theft Auto faced opposition from parents concerned about its impact on children. Starring Daniel Radcliffe, Bill Paxton, Joe Dempsie, Lex King, Nick Boraine & D. David Morin.
The Changing Room (Channel 4, 10pm) New series where cameras have been installed inside top high street store fitting rooms, and fashion designer Henry Holland helps shoppers with their sartorial problems. (1/3)
★ Richard Hammond's Jungle Quest (Sky1, 9pm) New series where the presenter head to the Amazon River to fulfil a childhood dream and photograph the wildlife there. (1/2)
Later Live - with Jools Holland (BBC2, 10pm) Series 47 of the live music show. Guests include Foals, Mr Morning Jacket, Sam Smith, Rickie Lee Jones & Squeeze.
Frontline Fighting: The Brits Battling ISIS (Channel 4, 10pm) Documentary about three British men who volunteered to fight Islamic State militants in Syria alongside Kurdish peshmergas.
The Go-Between (BBC1, 9pm) Drama adaptation of LP Hartley's novel about an impressionable boy invited to stay at his upperclass friend's home in 1900. Starring Jim Broadbent, Jack Hollington, Samuel Joslin, Tim McMullan & Joanna Vanderham.