Waterloo Road BBC1, 8pm)
A trip to an art gallery takes Kim to the edge when the pupils deface a valuable painting and she is rushed to hospital suffering from what she thinks are practice contractions. Elsewhere, Philip’s efforts to inspire Ros end up in a row about sexism and Steph’s relationship with Ollie hits the rocks. Drama, starring Angela Griffin. Quiz, hosted by Dermot Murnaghan, in which the winners of famous game shows work as a team to tackle a new set of challengers hoping to win a cash prize. The poignant and often hilarious exploits of a group of young friends growing up in Stanley Place, forms the basis of this new one-off. Penned by Leo Richardson, it centres on sassy fashion designer Debbie who lives with her ginswigging, serial internet-dating Auntie Pat. Debbie’s outfits are as outrageous as the erotic fiction she writes and her confident air fuels her belief that no man can resist her charms. Across the road from Debbie lives emo-devotee Ann, who is convinced that she was a Bohemian poet in a past life. Ann’s on-off romance with Lee Stevens, a typical “boy” who always seems to get things wrong, provides her with enough angst to keep her poetry flowing.
Watchdog (BBC1, 8pm)
Anne Robinson, Matt Allwright and Anita Rani investigate the number of tax errors made by Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs and hear about the difficulty some people have in getting mistakes rectified. They also report on pet insurers who are refusing to pay out for increasingly expensive veterinary bills. Last in the series.
Bradley Walsh presents as four contestants pit their wits against ruthless quiz genius the Chaser in the hope of winning a potential prize pot worth thousands of pounds. They must work as a team and play strategically to answer general knowledge questions against the clock and race down the game board to the exit without being caught.