Call The Midwife: The Casebook 5.05PM, BBC1 Stephen McGann, better known to Call The Midwife viewers as Dr Patrick Turner, takes us on a personal journey. This is the story of the dramatic social and medical changes that affected home life and childbirth in the UK in the 1950s and 1960s. Dancing With The Stars 6.30PM, RTÉ ONE It’s the second show in this new series as the contestants perform a routine to impress the judges and viewers. Antiques Roadshow Holocaust Memorial 7.30PM, BBC1 Fiona Bruce meets survivors and their families who have come together to talk – many for the first time on air – about life under Hitler’s tyranny, and about the precious objects that help to tell their Second World War stories. Endeavour 8PM, UTV Oxford is a hive of activity as social activist Joy Pettybon arrives to promote her ‘Keep Britain Decent’ campaign. And, when a local man is found murdered, Endeavour finds himself in the centre of a battle between conservatives and liberals. Walking The Americas 8PM, CH4 The explorer Levison Wood continues his epic journey, walking from Mexico to Colombia. In the second episode, he treks 400 miles from Guatemala. Thailand: Earth’s Tropical Paradise 9PM, BBC2 The third part of this stunning wildlife series heads to northern Thailand, a mysterious land dominated by mountains and cloaked in forest. Striking Out 9.30PM, RTÉ ONE Tara’s professional and personal lives look set to collide again this week, as she gets involved in the case of Barry O’Brien, who has suffered acute liver failure. Two women come forward claiming to be his wife. Eric is representing one of these claimants. Hup 9.30PM, TG4 Tonight’s weekly music session comes from the William Kennedy Piping Festival in Armagh, with performances from master pipers The Friel Sisters and Paddy Keenan.
Great British Railway Journeys 6.30PM, BBC2 Michael Portillo crosses the Irish Sea for a journey around Ireland’s railway tracks. An Island Parish: Anguilla 8.30PM, BBC2 All over the island, major birthday celebrations are taking place for Queen Elizabeth’s 90th and popular expat Margaret Jones’s 100th. Laochra Gael 9PM, TG4 A portrait of Kerry footballer Séamus Moynihan. Featuring interviews with Dara Ó Cinnéide, Peter Canavan and Seán Ó Domhnaill. Silent Witness 9PM, BBC1 Dr Nikki investigates when the body of a young woman is discovered in the River Lea, with her hands bound. The case takes on a more sinister turn when it’s discovered the girl was the best friend of a teenager who also disappeared near the river. Britain’s Ancient Capital: Secrets Of Orkney 9PM, BBC2 The team conclude their Orkney adventure as Andy Torbet dives in search of the inspiration for the first stone circle, and Dr Shini Somara tests the technology behind a Bronze-Age sauna. The Halcyon 9PM, UTV It’s June 1940, and the Second World War is threatening to spoil the fun at the hotel. There are refugees flooding the Halcyon’s foyer, a mad French count in the Regent Suite and anti-Semitism in the kitchen. But at least the band’s still playing… We Need To Talk About Dad 9.35PM, RTÉ ONE Host Brendan Courtney and his family are facing the toughest decision of their lives so far. And it’s a decision that can tear a family apart. This follows the Courtneys’ application for the HSE’s ‘Fair Deal’ scheme. First Dates Hotel 10PM, CH4 Heading to the south of France this week are extravagant Bella, who likes dressing up as characters from the musical Cats, and the aristocratic Tom, whose privileged upbringing hasn’t helped him in his search for love. How will the dates go?
Eco Eye 7PM, RTÉ ONE More people in Ireland are recycling than ever before, but we’re still a long way off from achieving sustainability. Duncan Stewart explores the impact of irresponsible discarding of waste, and asks what needs to be done to tackle the problem. Martin Clunes: Islands Of Australia 8PM, UTV The ‘pasty white English actor’ continues his tour of some of Australia’s 8,220 islands with a trip to the Tiwi Islands in the tropical north. They are home to one of Australia’s Aboriginal cultures – people who could teach the I’m A Celebrity contestants a thing or two about Bushtucker Trials. Our Dancing Town 9PM, BBC2 After getting the people of Barnsley dancing in the streets, choreographer Steve Elias – the Gareth Malone of dance – is off to Skipton. But will he be able to persuade this town of market traders to dance? Sugar Free Farm 9PM, UTV As Peter Davison returns to the farm following his medical drama last week, Alison Hammond suffers a dizzy spell, and is referred to hospital for a full diabetes test. And it’s only day four... 24 Hours in A&E 9PM, CH4 The touching stories of life, love and loss this week involve a 64-year-old man who has been hit by a pizza-delivery motorbike.