The National Television Awards is on ITV at 7.30pm.
Dermot O’Leary introduces the annual awards ceremony, hosted at the O2 in London.
Holby City is on BBC One at 8pm.
Frieda’s happiness is shattered when ex-boyfriend Roman reappears, while Zav’s eagerness to help ends up putting a strain on his relationship with Donna.
Icons is on BBC Two at 9pm.
Clare Balding assesses the achievements of Brazil footballer Pellay, boxer Muhammad Ali, Paralympian Tanni Grey-Thompson and tennis star Billie Jean King.
24 Hours in A and E is on Channel Four at 9pm.
A nurse battles to clear the airways of a 66-year-old, who has been rushed in to St George’s, struggling to breathe through her tracheostomy tube.
Catastrophe is on Channel Four at 10pm.
A visit to the doctor makes Sharon realise that she is not in the peak condition she had assumed.
Frankie Drake Mysteries is on Alibi at 9pm.
Return of the period crime drama set in 1920s Toronto. An old rival of the private detective reappears.