The Generation Game is on BBC One at 8pm.
Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins host a revival of the gameshow, in which family members compete in a series of bizarre challenges.
Ordeal by Innocence is on BBC One at 9pm.
This three-part Agatha Christie mystery stars Bill Nighie. As the former husband of a murdered heiress prepares to remarry, the identity of his wife’s killer is called into question. Continues next week.
The Durrells is on ITV at 8pm.
Larry returns to England and falls in with a group of Bohemian artists living in London, including American writer Henry Miller.
The Big Painting Challenge is on BBC One at 6pm.
Mariella Frostrup and the Reverend Richard Coles host the annual art contest, which begins with a masterclass in still life painting.
The Good Karma Hospital is on ITV at 9pm.
Gabriel and Ruby visit a tea plantation, while Lydia helps a patient who she believes is a victim of domestic abuse.
Larry Grayson, Shut That Door is on ITV3 at 9pm.
One-off documentary exploring the entertainers rise from poverty to fame, drawing on extracts from a recently discovered unfinished autobiography.
Chelsea versus Tottenham Hotspur is on Sky Sports Main Event at 3.30pm.
Coverage of this London Premier League fixture held at Stamford Bridge. Kick-off 4.00pm.
Conspiracy Files, Murder in Washington is on BBC Two at 9pm.
This one-off documentary examines the murder of political campaigner Seth Rich, during the 2016 US presidential campaign.