Below are my picks of the most notable new shows, returning or premiering on UK screens over the next 7 days...
★ Tomorrow's Food (BBC1, 9pm) New series examining how our food is grown, bought and eaten. Presented by Dara O'Briain. (1/3)
Sepp Blatter Exposed: The Fall of FIFA (Channel 5, 9pm) Documentary looking at the scandal that engulfed FIFA and its controversial leader.
Young, Trans & Looking for Love (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about a couple of people in love who are both changing their genders.
The House of Hypochondriacs (Channel 4, 8pm) Medical documentary where Dr Christian Jensen helps three people with health anxiety, trying to relieve their hypochondria.
Capital (BBC1, 9pm) New drama about an affluent south London street, who each receive mysterious notes through their door. Starring Toby Jones, Lesley Sharp, Wunmi Mosaku, Adeel Akhtari, Danny Ashock & Mona Goodwin. (1/3)
★ Blindspot (Sky Living, 9pm) New U.S mystery crime drama about a woman with amnesia discovered in Times Square by the FBI, whose body is covered in tattoos that are clues to solving various crimes. Starring Jaimie Alexander, Sullivan Stapleton, Marianne Jean-Baptiste & Rob Brown. (1/22)
The Truth About Child Sex Abuse (BBC2, 10pm) Documentary investigating the statistics behind child sexual abuse in the UK.
Charli XCX: The F-Word & Me (BBC3, 10.30pm) Music special following the singer-songwriter one summer.
★ Suspects (Channel 5, 10pm) Series 4 of the crime drama following three detectives, loosely improvised around a basic plot. Starring Damien Molony, Clare-Hope Ashitey, Fay Ripley & Benjamin Davies. (1/4)
★ The World's Most Expensive Food (Channel 4, 9pm) Documentary about an upmarket network that billionaires use to purchase luxury foods.
Stoked Up in Stoke: Fighting Men (BBC3, 9pm) Documentary about cage fighting, following two newcomers to the sport in Stoke-on-Trent.