Skins (Channel 4, 11.05pm)
The fourth series of teen drama Skins is arguably the darkest to date. While many shows of this ilk focus on how embarrassing it is to be a teen, Skins isn’t afraid to get stuck into the real issues - everything from love and infidelity to mental illness. At the end of the last episode we saw Cook randomly attacking a partygoer, provoked by the humiliation that Effy has chosen Freddie over him. So now he’s been arrested, and must stay at his mum’s house between the hours of 7pm and 7am while he’s on bail. But for hell-raising Cook, that just isn’t an option. However, his close relationship with younger brother Paddy leads him to question whether he’s really going down the right path. Will he make the right decision when his day in court comes?
Wimbledon 2010 (BBC1, 1.45pm)
Sue Barker introduces live coverage of the second-round matches on the fourth day at the All England Club, where the third Grand Slam event of the year continues. British interest in the ladies’ singles ended at this stage last year when Elena Baltacha lost in straight sets to Belgian Kirsten Flipkens, who went on to face number one seed Dinara Safina of Russia in round three. Zheng Jie, semi-finalist in 2008, was one of the high-profile losers, as Slovakia’s Daniela Hantuchova ended the Chinese star’s hopes of a similarly impressive run with a 6-3, 7-5 victory. The commentary team includes Andrew Castle, John McEnroe, Tracy Austin, Boris Becker and Lindsay
Coronation Street (ITV1, 8.30pm)
Graeme tells David about his relationship with Tina, but it is Jason’s reaction to the news the couple should fear. Fiz tries to undermine Chesney’s plan to leave school, Deirdre enjoys spending time with Lewis, but finds Ken’s company pales in comparison, and Ciaran realises Michelle has feelings for him.