Poldark is on BBC One at 9pm.
Hugh’s failing health threatens his chances of standing in the election, and Sam faces Tom in a wrestling match.
The Mamma Mia Story is on Channel 5 at 8pm.
One-off documentary examining the enduring appeal of the hit stage show set to the songs of Abba, which debuted in 1999, and the 2008 film version.
Countryfile is on BBC One at 7pm.
John Craven, Cerys Matthews and Simon King launch this year’s wildlife photographic competition.
Antiques Roadshow is on BBC One at 8pm.
Fiona Bruce and the team travel to Newcastle’s Civic Centre, where artefacts brought in include a collection of design plans for RMS Mauretania.
Managing England, The Impossible Job is on BBC Two at 9pm.
This sporting documentary examines the history of the role of England football manager.
Classic BRIT Awards is on ITV at 10.30pm.
Coverage of the classical music awards from the Royal Albert Hall. Includes performances from Andrea Bocelli, Katherine Jenkins and Bryn Terfel.
Julius Caesar from Donmar Kings Cross is on BBC Four at 9.50pm.
Harriet Walter and Jackie Clune star in this prison-set, all-female stage production of Shakespeare’s play.