6.30pm Let’s Dance for Sport Relief BBC1 – Featuring exclusive performances from pop boyband JLS and girl group the Sugababes. Hosted by Claudia Winkleman and Steve Jones.
10.25pm Law & Order Five – 16th series of the US crime drama.
8.oopm Noel’s Are You Smarter than your Ten Year Old? Sky1
9.00pm The Bafta Academy Awards BBC1 – Jonathan Ross hosts the annual movie prize ceremony at the Royal Opera House in London.
9.00pm Married Single Other ITV – New romantic comedy drama series about three very different couples. Lillie and Eddie have been together for 16 years and have two children. Their relationship seems perfect, but Eddie wants to get married, and Lillie does not. Meanwhile, Lillie’s best friend Babs has been married to Dickie for a decade, but his love of online gambling is driving her to breaking point. And Dickie’s little brother Clint is a serial womaniser who has just met Abbey, who is smart, beautiful and seemingly able to resist Clint’s charms. Starring Lucy Davies, Dean Lennox Kelly and Ralf Little.
8.00pm The World’s Toughest Driving Tests BBC3 – Will Mellor and Kirsten O’Brien travel the globe learning to drive and race the world’s biggest, most expensive and hardest-to-master vehicles.
9.00pm Seven Days in Traffic ITV – ocumentary about London traffic which lifts the lid on the stresses and strains of being caught up in a jam and reveals the truth about the congestion-busters who control the lights.
9.00pm On Expenses BBC4 – Drama about American journalist Heather Brooke’s fight for the disclosure of MPs expenses under the Freedom of Information Act, resulting in one of the defining political scandals of the decade.
9.00pm The Day the Immigrants Left BBC1 – Evan Davis explores the effects of immigration in the UK by focusing on Wisbech, a town in Cambridgeshire. Since 2004 this once prosperous market town has received up to 9,000 immigrants seeking work. As an experiment, immigrant employees are temporarily removed from their jobs, and the work given to the local unemployed. Now the town’s British workers have a chance to prove they can cope.
10.00pm The Canterbury Tales ITV3 – Another chance to see the Modern re-telling of the Chaucer stories starting with “The Millers Tale” starring James Nesbitt and Billie Piper.
10.35pm Damages BBC1 – Third series of the American legal drama starring Glenn Close.
9.00pm Cutting Edge: Scams, Claims & Compensation Games Channel 4 – Cutting Edge delves into the multi-billion-Pound world of Britain’s personal injury industry to find out if Britain is developing an American-style mania for suing, or if “No Win, No Fee” lawyers are finally giving the little man a chance to fight back. Featuring the lawyers and local authorities working on opposing sides, and following real-life cases as they unfold.
8.00pm Highland Emergency Five – New series of the documentary following the work of the emergency services in the Highlands of Scotland
9.00pm Michael Winner’s Dining Stars ITV – A new cookery challenge series in which the nation’s most notorious restaurant critic turns his attention to ordinary British homes as he goes in search of home-cooked meals that are as good as he has experienced in the very best restaurants.
10.00pm Chris Moyle’s Quiz Night Channel 4 – Questions are posed by a range of showbiz greats and musical giants, including Peter Crouch, Ozzy Osbourne and The Hoosiers, delivered in their own unique style. The first contestants to join Chris are David Walliams, Peter Andre and Christine Bleakley. Each will be playing for their fans in the audience,