7.00pm Harry Hill’s TV Burp ITV – New Series.
7.00pm Hamlet BBC4 – Another chance to see David Tennant’s performance.
9.00pm The Seven Ages of Britain BBC1 – 7-part Documentary series which looks at our extraordinary past through the Arts – both as objects that have often played a decisive part in events and as marvels of their age. Written and presented by David Dimbleby.
9.00pm Mo Channel 4 – Julie Walters takes on the lead role in a revealing portrait of Mo Mowlam. Just months before the pivotal 1997 general election, she discovered she had a brain tumour. Defying medics, her brave battle with ill-health was played out on the public stage.
10.15pm The South Bank Show Awards ITV – Melvyn Bragg hosts the 13th annual South Bank Show Awards in front of a star studded audience at the Dorchester.
10.50pm Mrs. Mandela BBC2 – Another change to see the drama from BBC4.
8.00pm The Gadget Show Five
9.00pm Tower Block of Commons Channel 4 – Four-part documentary that sees MPs leave Westminster to live for eight days and nights in tower blocks on different council estates in some of Britain’s most deprived neighbourhoods. They will be living alongside and meeting a wide range of residents on the estates and coming face-to-face with issues that affect their lives: including gangs, immigration, drug addiction, poverty, crime, housing and unemployment.
8.00pm Cops with Cameras ITV
9.00pm I Believe in Miracles: Jodie Kidd BBC3 – The actress and Model travels to Nepal to meet the shamans, who many believe have miraculous healing powers.
9.00pm Haiti’s Killer Quake: How It Happened Channel 4 – Documentary using 3D graphics and location footage to pick apart the mechanics of the quake itself. Looking deeper into the earth’s crust, the programme uncovers the immense tectonic forces that led to the quake.
9.00pm The Vampire Diaries ITV2 – US drama series about the supernatural goings-on in the small town of Mystic Falls.
10.35pm My Child Won’t Speak BBC1 – Documentary about three girls who suffer from Selective Mutism.
9.00pm Embarrsing Bodies Channel 4
9.00pm The Grammy Awards 2010 ITV2 – The 52nd Awards ceromony. Featuring a tribute to Michael Jackson from Celine Dion, Jennifer Hudson, Smokey Robinson, Carrie Underwood and Usher.
8.0opm Simon King’s Shetland Diaries BBC2 – The Springwatch presenter moves his young family to the Shetland Iles to experince the changing seasons.
8.00pm Snog, Marry, Avoid BBC3
8.30pm Hotter Than My Daughter BBC3 – Liz McClarnon presents a series taking a unique look at mother/daughter relationships, in which the mums claim to be hotter than their daughters. A public jury decides which of them should change their image.
9.00pm Cutting Edge: 8 Boys and Wanting a Girl Channel 4 – Documentary meeting women who suffer a psychological condition called “Gender Disappointment”
Nicola Roberts: The Truth About Tanning BBC3 – Girls Aloud’s Nicola Roberts goes on a personal journey to explore the culture of tanning amongst young women and men in the UK. She meets those whose love of tanning is an addiction, who use sunbeds 5-6 times a week and who inject untested tanning-aid drugs, as well as dermatologists and cancer experts who explain the risks addicts are exposing themselves to.
10.00pm Alan Carr: Chatty Man Channel 4 – New series of the chatshow featuring Ricky Gervais, Katie Price and Corriane Bailey Rae
10.35pm Road Warriors ITV – Documentary series uncovering the gritty reality of soldiers who face unforgiving terrain and Taliban attacks to supply British bases all over Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
8.00pm Lost: The Final Chapter Sky1 – Documentary to bring viewers up to date on the series.
9.00pm Gordon Ramsay’s Cook-Along USA Channel 4 – The Chef prepares a three course meal in just one hour. The show was shown in America in January.