Press is on BBC One at 9pm.
This new six-part drama follows staff working at two very different newspapers, left-leaning broadsheet The Herald, and populist tabloid The Post. Stars Charlotte Riley and Ben Chaplin.
Ross Kemp and the Armed Police is on ITV at 9pm.
One-off documentary in which the presenter investigates how armed officers are dealing with the rising tide of shootings in UK cities.
Spying on My Family is on Channel Four at 9pm.
This documentary follows a family from Essex, who have given up their privacy for a week, and will be able to snoop on each other using security cams and smartphone technology.
Back in Time for the Factory is on BBC Two at 8pm.
Five-part documentary series in which 20 modern workers learn what life was like for factory workers in the 1960s, seventies and eighties. They begin in 1968, when most high-street clothes were made in the UK.
The Mighty Redcar is on BBC Two at 9pm.
A four-part documentary series following the lives of people living in the North Yorkshire seaside town of Redcar.
Carpool Karaoke, When Corden Met McCartney is on Sky One at 9pm.
James Corden enjoys a drive round Liverpool with Sir Paul McCartney.
Outlander is on More Four at 9pm.
A feature-length episode to conclude the fantasy drama. Jamie does his utmost to save his loved ones as the Battle of Culloden finally arrives.