What to watch this week.
Freddie Flintoff: Living with Bulimia
Monday, 9pm, BBC One
The former England cricketer faces up to his eating disorder of 20 years as he challenges the stigma around the condition in men. He explores how bulimia has played a part in the course of his life, discusses his own experience in detail and meets specialists and young men with eating disorders across the UK.
Monday-Tuesday, 9pm, ITV
When Banaz Mahmod's boyfriend reports her missing, DCI Caroline Goode discovers the missing 20-year-old had been to the police five times to report threats to life, even presenting a list of people wanting to kill her for shaming her family. Fact-based drama, starring Keeley Hawes.
The Apprentice Best Bits
Thursday, 9pm, BBC One
A light-hearted look back at 15 years of the business challenge, beginning with some of the most unforgettable candidates. These are the wheeler-dealers, the walking egos, the sharp-suited entrepreneurs and the jokers who make the show what it is - from the sales patter of Paul back in series one and tenacious Ruth Badger 12 months later, right up to the barrow-boy banter of Thomas last year. Narrated by Tom Allen.
Thursday, 10pm, Channel 4
Maître D' Fred Sirieix and his team fling open the doors of the restaurant of romance once more, and first in is self-confessed party animal Nikita - a 24-year-old from Swansea who's hunting for someone just as wild. However, she gets a little more than she bargained for when engineer Rhys reveals a rather intimate tattoo. Part-time fitness instructor and disco dancer Selvin meets Donna, who seeks a man who can make her laugh. Former Playboy bunny Kelly-Ann is a model who's dated some A-list stars in her time and wants `a daring man" to keep her feeling alive. Will tattooed motorbike daredevil Stephen tickle her fancy?
The Graham Norton Show
Friday, 10:45pm, BBC One
The host returns with a stellar line-up of guests in a show that sees him joined by esteemed actor Rupert Everett, comedian and actress Lolly Adefope and stand-up comedian and writer Sara Pascoe in the studio, and music legend Dolly Parton and Emmy-winning British star Riz Ahmed remotely. Plus, Roisin Murphy performs her single Murphy's Law and members of a reduced-size audience try to recount an anecdote from the dreaded red chair.