What to watch this week.
Monday-Thursday, Channel 4
Stripped over four nights, this ground-breaking series tells the story of the London Major Trauma System. Set up in the wake of the London bombings of 2005, it's a unique interconnected network of hospitals, air ambulances and paramedics that provide a lifeline for 10 million people in London and the south east - a system that has improved the chances of survival for major trauma patients by 50%.
Tuesday-Friday, Channel 5
The holiday is turned on its head when Kate intercepts moody Sean’s text messages from ‘CoralGirl’ and suspects him of having an affair.
Meet The Richardsons
Stand-up comedians Jon Richardson and Lucy Beaumont return playing exaggerated versions of themselves, surrounded by their celebrity friends.
Friday, Channel 4
Ade Adepitan presents live coverage of the opening ceremony of the Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games from the Bird's Nest stadium in the Chinese capital.
Saturday, BBC One
Eve is on a mission to get revenge against the Twelve. Villanelle, desperate to change, has joined a church community. Carolyn, moved sideways into an embassy role by MI6, is focused on getting back in the game.
The Ipcress File
Globally renowned Len Deighton novel The Ipcress File, the first in the Harry Palmer series, has been adapted by Oscar® nominated and BAFTA award winning writer John Hodge into a six-part television series, directed by Emmy® award-winner James Watkins and produced by Altitude Television for ITV.