Preview – Fawlty Towers
To mark the passing of Andrew Sachs, here is an opportunity to see the man at his best in the classic Fawlty Towers episode Communication Problems. Friday 7.30pm, BBC One
Preview – Walliams and Friend
David Walliams invites Harry Enfield to share in the laughs in episode two of the excellent sketch show Walliams & Friend. BBC One 9.30pm tonight.
Preview – Storyville: Forever Pure – Football and Racism in Jerusalem
Last week documentary Whites v Blacks: How Football Changed a Nation looked at racism in British football. This week we see how racism in the sport is a problem elsewhere in the world
Who Do You Think You Are? – Amanda Holden
Amanda Holden is the latest celebrity name to delve into the past to discover the trials and tribulations of her forebears. Who Do You Think You Are? is on BBC One at 20.00
Preview – MasterChef: The Professionals
The Heats are over, and the best chefs head to the kitchen to battle once again for a place in the semi-finals. This week the contestants must reinvent a British Classic – the fruit crumble.
Preview – 60 Days in Jail
Episode four of the unsettling undercover reality show, 60 Days in Jail, which as the title suggests is set in a prison with lots of convicted criminals and a small group of civilians who must live alongside them. Engrossing? Yes. Enjoyable? No. One to watch? Absolutely.
Preview – The Missing
The final instalment of the gripping psychological thriller finds the net closing in on driller killer and child abductor Adam Gettrick (played by Derek Riddell). Don't miss it! Wednesday 9pm, BBC1.
Preview – Rillington Place
Dealing with real-life murder in fiction is obviously a tricky business. Hopefully the BBC has given these true stories a respectful treatment. Tim Roth stars as John Christie. BBC One at 9pm.
Preview – I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here!
They don't quite sing for their supper, it's more of a holler! The remaining camp mates endure another day of trials, minor squabbles and tedium, all for our viewing pleasure. Tonight on ITV at 9pm.
Preview – The Last Miners
The conclusion of the excellent two-part documentary following the last weeks of Britain's sole remaining deep coal mine and the prospects of the 450 employees who face up to a future of finding work after a lifetime working in coal. Monday at 9pm on BBC One.
Preview – The Missing
In the penultimate episode of the acclaimed psychological thriller series The Missing, Julien Baptiste (Tcheky Karyo) finally learns the truth behind the abductions of Alice Webster and Sophie Giroux. Wednesday 9pm BBC1.
Film of the Day – My Week With Marilyn
An intriguing insight into the showbiz lifestyle of Marilyn Monroe through her most troubling years – My Week with Marilyn, directed by Simon Curtis, is based on the true stories written and published by Colin Clark.
Preview – Westworld
Westworld continues to baffle and bemuse with its intricate plot and multi-layered storylines as the super-creepy Ford (Anthony Hopkins) fights to retain control of his fantasy fiefdom. Westworld is on SkyAtlantic tonight at 9pm.
Preview- MasterChef: The Professionals
MasterChef: The Professionals continues tonight with six new chefs battling for a place in the semi-finals. With strict time constraints, the contestants must make taramasalata for Marcus and tagliatelle carbonara for Monica.
Preview – Panorama: Nursing Homes Undercover
Panorama undercover reporters reveal disturbing levels of mistreatment, including the use of morphine to pacify elderly residents, within a private care group that is paid by Cornwall Council to look after the needs of the county's older people. Monday BBC1, 8.30pm
Preview – Only Connect
Victoria Coren Mitchell’s quiz show is always one of the more enjoyable mental workouts. It makes for more relaxed viewing after the more formal University Challenge has gone out before. Monday BBC Two at 8.30pm.
Preview – I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here
Ant and Dec return with more fun and hi jinks in the bush as our lucky contestants come to terms with less than plush surroundings, boredom and the prospect of having to sing for their supper ... or much, much worse! I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, ITV at 9pm.
Preview – The Apprentice
Ahoy, me hearties! Poole Harbour Boat Show is the setting for this week's task as Titan and Nebula attempt to sell to visitors while squabbles, poor planning and persistent rain dampen their chances of success. BBC1 at 9pm.
Preview – The Secret Life of a Zoo
The Secret Life of a Zoo is back, offering viewing a revealing and detailed insight into the life and behaviour of the inhabitants of Chester Zoo.
Preview – No Such Thing as the News
Once a popular radio show (No Such Thing As A Fish) the QI Elves have taken residence on BBC2 to unpick news topics for oft-overlooked factlets of fun. BBC2 tonight at 11.15pm.
Preview – MasterChef: The Professionals
Marcus Wareing, Greg Wallace and Monica Galetti put six more chefs through their paces with a place in the quarter finals for those that can make it to the pass on time with something more than pub grub. Find out at 8pm on BBC2.
Preview – Tricks of the Restaurant Trade
Kate Quilton and the team set out to find out how customers can ensure they get the best quality food at the best price and reveals some of the techniques that restaurants use to make customers spend more. Tonight, the spotlight of scrutiny falls on coffee shops.
Preview – World Cup Football: England v Scotland
How we miss the intensity and spice of Home Nations games, tonight England take on Scotland at Wembley with World Cup qualification points up for grabs. England temporary manager Gareth Southgate walks the tightrope tonight: if his team wins, he is guaranteed the job on a permanent basis; lose and his agent will be phoning round to get his client punditry work on 5Live in no time at all.
Film of the day – The King’s Speech
Colin Firth stars as George VI, in The King's Speech. A film directed by Tom Hooper that follows George take the crown and battle to overcome his severe speech impediment that prevents him from making public speeches.
Preview – The Secret Life of Prisons: Cutting Edge
A revealing documentary into the the violence and drug crime happening inside British prisons, featuring secretly filmed footage from prisoners and interviews with both former inmates and the families that are left on the outside.
Film of the day – The Charge of the Light Brigade
Theirs not to reason why. Theirs but to do and die. Into the valley of Death Rode the six hundred. Tony Richardson's biting anti war satire boasts an all-star British cast and some excellent cinematography. Stars David Hemmings, Trevor Howard, John Gielgud and Harry Andrews.
Preview – Pete Burns: The Last Interview
Channel 5 screen the last interview with former Dead or Alive frontman Pete Burns, in which he discusses his early years, his musical career and his fascination with cosmetic surgery.
Preview- The Secret Life of 4 Year Olds
With a new Inner-city school and more challenging tasks, we watch a group of child behaviour specialist’s analyse the behaviour of a group of 4 and 5 year olds as they meet for the first time and integrate into the playground.
Film of the day – Mr & Mrs Smith
Mr & Mrs Smith starring the soon-to-be-ex Mr and Mrs Pitt is a high octane action comedy about a pair of contract killers who are hired to preform hits on each other. Oh what fun! Showing on 5Star tonight at 10.00pm.
Preview – The Crown
Claire Foy and Matt Smith star in the lavish royal drama, The Crown, following the early life of Queen Elizabeth II as she marries Prince Philip, takes to the throne and battles with her political rivals.
Preview – Conspiracy Files: The Trump Dossier
An investigation into how Donald Trump has used conspiracy theories to further his bid for the US presidency. Conspiracy Files: The Trump Dossier is on BBC2 at 9.00pm tonight.