What you’ll be watching in the weeks ahead...
Camilla Arfwedson returns to BBC1’s Holby City when Zosia March flies back from the US to catch up with old colleagues. Since she left, registrar Zosia has been making a name for herself in America but things turned turbulent, leaving her assessing her other options. Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, BBC1’s nature series Dynasties features individual animals such as a lion, tiger and chimpanzee. Each is the leader of a family group, and must hold on to power and protect their dynasty.
In C4’s Born Famous, pampered celebrity teens will spend a week trying out the alternative lives they could have had, if their parents hadn’t become famous. Includes Gordon Ramsay’s son, Jack, and Mel B’s daughter, Phoenix Chi.
Line of Duty’s Adrian Dunbar stars in Channel 5’s thriller Blood. The action focuses on a woman on the run, who’s forced to return to her family when her mum dies. Adrian plays her father, Jim, a man with many secrets.
Celebrating the life of the entertainer, Ken Dodd: How Tickled We Were on BBC2 charts his career from his first stage performance in 1954 to his rapid rise to TV stardom. Includes a rare interview with his wife, Lady Anne Dodd.
My Dinner with Hervé on Sky Atlantic follows the life of French dwarf actor Hervé Villechaize, played by Game of Thrones’ Peter Dinklage. Hervé committed suicide in 1993 after an interview with journalist Danny Tate (Jamie Dornan).