Your pick of this week’s TV.
Angry Brits: Caught On Camera (Channel 5, 8pm)
THE latest instalment in Channel 5’s highly watchable series about people losing their rag on camera serves as a warning about what can happen when those feelings get out of control. The programme also highlights the growing problem of ‘shopping rage’...
Love Your Garden (STV, 7.30pm)
ALAN Titchmarsh and his team come to the aid of more grateful gardeners in one of the most moving shows in the series’ history.
Five years ago, Claire and Ian Estick were part of a happy family with two young boys. Alas, tragedy struck when their youngest son, 23-month-old Daniel, died in hospital from septicaemia.
Determined to ease the suffering of other parents in a similar situation, Claire and Ian launched a charity. However, fund-raising means their L-shaped garden has been put on hold. Alan changes it into the garden of their dreams.
The Betrayers (STV, 9pm)
THIS new documentary tells the stories of assorted folks who were conned by loved ones. Two years after Susan Baio’s marriage failed she tried online dating where she met the initially charming stranger, David Checkley. He claimed he was an American helicopter pilot who retrained as an architect. It sounded too good to be true... it was.
The Honourable Woman (BBC Two, 9pm)
SET against the backdrop of the conflicts in the Middle East, Maggie Gyllenhaal takes on the meaty role of Nessa Stein, who as a child witnessed the assassination of her father, a Zionist arms procurer. As an adult, Nessa has taken the family business in a new direction, laying high-spec data cabling networks between Israel and the West Bank. But when she’s made a life peer, apparently because of her work to promote the peace process, it causes a political row - and that’s only set to intensify when her company awards a lucrative contract to a Palestinian businessman who is later found dead...
James Corden Does Deal Or No Deal (Channel 4, 8pm)
JAMES Corden has filmed a stint on a celeb special of Deal or No Deal, hoping to clinch that £250,000 jackpot for the Terrence Higgins Trust and Save the Children.
Wimbledon Ladies Final (BBC One, 1pm)
Sue Barker presents live coverage from Wimbledon on the penultimate day of the 2014 Championships.
Wimbledon: Men’s Final (BBC One, 1pm)
Centre Court hosts the final of the men’s competition.