Film of the Day
A Kazakhstani journalist is sent to the United States to learn about the country and its customs. However, when the inquisitive reporter stumbles across an episode of Baywatch featuring Pamela Anderson, he becomes convinced she is his future bride and embarks on a reckless mission to track her down. Spoof documentary, starring Sacha Baron Cohen
9:00pm ITV1 - Law and Order: UK. Series 4 1/6
Brooks and Devlin investigate when former top-flight footballer Robbie Nichols is murdered in the East End of London, in what appears to be a robbery gone wrong. They question a man seen in the area on the night of the killing, who protests his innocence and points the finger at a known gangster he claims was also at the scene. With the detectives at odds over who to believe, Steel finds it increasingly difficult to prosecute the accused. Bradley Walsh
9:00pm E4 – Glee Series 2 9/22
4:20pm Film4 – Carousel
A criminal struggling to support his pregnant wife dies during a botched armed robbery, but is given the chance to return to life 15 years later to help his family and teach his daughter a valuable lesson. Adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical, starring Gordon MacRae
11:00pm E4 – The Ricky Gervais Show – Series 2 1/13
Animated comedy sketches using the original recordings from the comedian's record-breaking podcasts. In this edition, a bizarre idea for a film is pitched and Stephen Merchant reads from Karl Pilkington's diary, revealing his thoughts on Australia and why he hates camping.
Worth a watch
9:00pm BBC1 – Silk
11:25pm BBC1 – The killing fields
Oscar-winning fact-based drama following an American reporter's harrowing experiences in 1970s Cambodia during the Khmer Rouge's fight for control of the country. He develops a close friendship with his Cambodian guide, whom he is forced to leave behind to possibly become a victim of the murderous new regime. Starring Sam Waterston.
9:00pm BBC2 - 23 week Babies: The Price of live
Science writer and director Adam Wishart's documentary follows the stories of premature babies born at Birmingham Women's Hospital. Nine out of 10 infants born four months early die before they leave the neonatal ward, and, of those who survive, three quarters end up with a disability. He speaks to medical staff in the unit about the emotional and material cost of keeping these newborns alive, and listens to families who decided to fight for their children, as well as those who gave up hope.
7:30pm ITV1 – Champions League Live – Spurs vs AC Milan.
9:00pm Film4 – The Manchurian Candidate
A Gulf War veteran is plagued by nightmares and is convinced something strange happened to him and his comrades during the conflict - but as he tries to get to the root of the problem, it becomes clear that powerful, shadowy figures in the political world do not want him to probe too deeply. Jonathan Demme's remake of the 1962 thriller, with Denzel Washington.
9:00pm ITV1 – Monroe - Series 1 1/6
Drama following the professional and personal life of neurosurgeon Gabriel Monroe. When a woman is admitted to hospital with a brain tumour, Monroe has to help her decide whether to undergo surgery that could save her life, but also carries the risk of her being left paralysed or unable to speak. Meanwhile, the medic's home life and relationship with his wife spirals out of control. James Nesbitt.
9:00pm BBC1 - Comic Relief: Famous, Rich and in the Slums
9:00pm Fiver - The pursuit of happiness
A determined salesman takes custody of his five-year-old son when his wife leaves him, and takes an unpaid internship with a renowned stockbroking firm. However, the lack of a steady income begins to takes its toll on the pair, leading to eviction from their home and a daily uphill struggle to survive. Gabriele Muccino's fact-based drama, starring Will Smith.
7:30pm BBC1 - Comic Relief: Girl on wire
Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton tries to become the first person to perform a high-wire walk between the chimneys of Battersea Power Station in London to raise money for Comic Relief. The programme follows the 27-year-old's journey from the start of her training, her time at a bootcamp in the South of France, and to the feat itself, when she faces a 150-metre trek along a narrow piece of wire while holding a heavy balance pole to complete the challenge. The daredevil also visits children in Uganda to see the charity at work
9:00pm BBC2 – Hidden Treasures of Indian art
9:00pm BBC2 - The Edge of love
The renowned poet Dylan Thomas is unexpectedly reunited with his former lover Vera Phillips, both of them having married in the meantime. Passion is soon reignited between the pair, but surprisingly, Vera also forms a very close friendship with Thomas' wife. Fact-based period drama, starring Keira Knightley.
9:00pm Channel 4 - Celebrity naked ambition
Kelly Brook presents a countdown of stars who have bared all in films and explores the effects nudity can have on a performer's career. She also looks at attitudes in Hollywood to male and female exposure, and the connection between nude scenes and box office success. Featuring Sharon Stone.
7:10pm BBC1 – Let’s Dance for Comic Relief
A smart-mouthed PR executive answers a public phone and the caller on the other end warns him that if he hangs up he will be shot. The unseen gunman then puts his target through a tortuous series of mind games, as well as incriminating him in the death of a bystander. Psychological thriller, starring Colin Farrell.
Program of the Day
9:00pm BBC2 – Wonders of the universe
Professor Brian Cox continues his exploration of the origins of mankind by investigating the matter from which everything on Earth is formed. At a Hindu cremation in Nepal, he discusses the faith's philosophy of life as an eternal cycle of creation and destruction, and draws a parallel with the lives of the universe's stars - before revealing why everything on Earth was once a part of something else
10:00pm BBC2 – V for Vendetta
10:00pm Channel 4 - Taken