Have I Got News for You is on BBC One at 9pm.
Alexander Armstrong hosts the first edition of the new series, with panellists newscaster Naga Munchetty and comedian Josh Widdicombe.
The Gadget Show is on Channel Five at 7pm.
Return of the technology series. Jon Bentley heads to Weston-super-Mare to test noise-cancelling headphones.
The Great Model Railway Challenge is on Channel Five at 8pm.
Challenge series in which teams of keen model-railway enthusiasts compete in a series of heats, to create the best miniature masterpieces.
The Debt Saviours is on BBC Two at 9pm.
One-off documentary following the work of Christians Against Poverty, a charity led by its evangelical founder John Kirkby.
The Big Audition is on ITV at 9pm.
This six-part series take a look at the casting world, following people seeking to land their dream job, beginning with auditions for a TV shopping-channel host.
Football, Brighton and Hove Albion versus West Ham United is on Sky Sports Main Event at 7pm.
Coverage of the Premier League match from the Amex Stadium. Kick-off is at eight.
My Favourite Sketch is on Gold at 10pm.
Host Sally Phillips asks a selection of comedians to discuss, and recreate, their favourite comedy sketches, starting with Fast Show star Paul Whitehouse.