9.00pm The Killing BBC4 – Second series of the highly praised danish crime drama. Two years after former detective Sarah Lund was divested of her investigative role and transferred to a low-key job in the country, the body of a female lawyer is found murdered in macabre and puzzling circumstances and Lund’s former boss at Copenhagen police HQ finds that he has no choice but to call her back in to assist with the investigation. Initially reluctant, Lund soon becomes engrossed with the case. As police grapple with what few clues they possess, newly-appointed Minister for Justice, Thomas Buch, strives to oversee some intricate political negotiations between parliamentary parties over the introduction of a series of new anti-terrorism laws. Episode 2 airs at 10.00pm
11.05pm Short Work BBC2 – Documentary following the experiences of a number of dwarfs who are trying to make their way in the entertainment industry. Drama school graduate Rachel Denning is 24 and wants to get straight acting parts in films or television, but she is still waiting for her first break after three years. Ben Goff who is 21 has been trained at Italia Conti theatre school, but nine months after graduation he is still cutting off heads at the London Dungeon Experience.
9.00pm Frontline Medicine BBC2 – Michael Mosley travels from the frontline of war to the frontline of research to uncover the medical breakthroughs driven by current conflicts. Michael travels to Camp Bastion hospital in Afghanistan to find out how medics have achieved the highest survival rate in the history of warfare. He also visits accident and emergency departments in the USA to look at the latest medical advances that could save thousands of lives both on and off the battlefield.
9.00pm I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here! ITV – Another week of jungle reality hosted by Ant & Dec
9.00pm BBC4’s World Cinema Awards 2011 BBC4
9.00pm Britain’s Greatest Codebreaker Channel 4 – This drama documentary records the brilliance – and the destruction – of one of the 20th century’s greatest minds. Alan Turing is the genius British mathematician who was instrumental in breaking the German Naval Enigma Code during World War II, arguably saving millions of lives. He was also the visionary scientist who gave birth to the computer age, pioneered artificial intelligence, and was the first to investigate the mathematical underpinnings of the living world.