Your pick of this week’s telly.
Celebrity Big Brother: The LaunchName (Channel 5, 9.05pm)
WE’VE just wrapped up another series of a Big Brother full of Joe Publics, but for those of us who are already having withdrawal symptoms, the show returns tonight to chuck a load of famous folk into the house.
Super Senses: The Secret Power of Animals (BBC Two, 8pm)
HOW do you go about showing humans the limitations of their senses? That’s the task facing the presenters, biologist Patrick Aryee and physicist Dr Helen Czerski.
It’s a quest that will take them out of the lab and around the world, as they stage a series of remarkable experiments, beginning with a closer look at the sense of sight.
Suspects (Channel 5, 10pm)
IN part one of this week’s series two opener, Martha’s neighbour, barrister Jonathan Moxton, is discovered at home with serious head injuries, his wrists bound and knickers stuffed in his mouth.
Jack suspects he was involved in a sex game gone wrong, but was Saul Hammond to blame, or does Moxton’s wife Tanya know more than she’s letting on?
Educating Yorkshire: One Year On (Channel 4, 9pm)
TONIGHT sees a special one-off programme air so that we can catch up with show favourites. Cameras follow Musharaf who’s now at college and following his dream of becoming a teacher, while Sheridan is learning to drive and hoping to finally achieve that elusive C-grade in Maths, having re-sat the exam a year after leaving Thornhill.
Match of the Day at 50 (BBC One, 10.35pm)
THIS special programme looks back at MOTD’s history, picking up memorable moments, from match highlights to the way in which it covered the Hillsborough disaster. Regular viewers such as Alan Sugar, Sue Johnston and Russell Brand discuss their love of the show, and Barry Stoller talks for the first time about composing the famous theme tune.
Doctor Who: Deep Breath (BBC One, 7.50pm)
WHEN the Doctor arrives in Victorian London, he finds a dinosaur rampant in the Thames and a spate of deadly spontaneous combustions.
The Doctor has changed. It’s time you knew him.
Nature’s Miracle Orphans (BBC One, 7pm)
PRESENTERS Ellie Harrison and Max Hug Williams follow the early lives of orphaned baby animals as they begin their brave journeys back in to the wild.
In the first episode Ellie is at Cape Otway Conservation Ecology Centre in Australia to meet baby koalas Tilly, Puddles and Danny. Rescued from the roadside where his mother was killed, Danny needs around the clock care and is building up his weight and strength with nightly games of chase, his first step towards rehabilitation into the Wild.