Our Shirley Valentine Summer is on ITV at 9.30pm.

Four-part series in which eight female celebrities escape to a Greek island, to learn more about themselves, and work out want to do with the rest of their lives.

Keeping Faith is on BBC Two at 9pm.

Second episode of the mystery drama. Faith represents a client who may know something about Evan’s disappearance, before making a troubling discovery in the company archives.

Eat Well for Less is on BBC One at 8pm.

Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin help a car-parts specialist, and his flight-attendant wife, who live mostly on convenience food, crisps and chocolate cake.

George Clarke’s Old House, New Home is on Channel 4 at 8pm.

Return of the property series in which George Clarke unlocks the potential of old houses. Tonight, he redesigns a 1930s semi-detached in Liverpool.

Prison is on Channel Four at 9pm.

First of a two-part documentary offering an insight into life inside Durham prison, from the perspective of both staff and inmates.

Ramsay’s 24 Hours to Hell and Back is on Channel Four at 10pm.

Series in which chef Gordon Ramsay is given just 24 hours to improve troubled US restaurants in need of renovation, beginning with an Italian diner in New York.

Eamonn and Ruth, How the Other Half Live is on Channel Five at 9pm.

Series in which Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford explore the lives of the super-rich, beginning in Monte Carlo, where they visit the club of former Formula One boss, Flavio Briatore.