Dom Joly returns to ITV with ridiculous wind-ups and japes on Fool Brittania (6.30pm ITV) the fantasy series Atlantis continues, 8.25pm, BBC One. Elvis Presley's debut gets the Classic Albums treatment on BBC 4 at 10.40pm. Features interviews with the singer and rare home movie footage of him at play and work. Songs include Blue Suede Shoes, Shake Rattle and Roll, Tutti Frutti and Elvis's first million-seller, Heartbreak Hotel, released in 1956.
Dom Joly is back and ready to fool the Brits once more. There’s the butcher who discovers he has just accidentally catered to a party of vegetarians, and a bridesmaid who realises she will be attending the wedding from hell, courtesy of her own sister. Other tricks up Dom’s sleeve include, a talking Doner Kebab, and the Asbo Vicar makes a welcome return In the opening episode a roadie overstays his welcome at the Cornbury festival; the residents of Nottingham awake to find the checkpoint for the North/South divide has gone up overnight; plus a bouncer trains his 10-year-old son on how to do his job.
8.25pm BBC One
Despite their newfound fame after slaying the Minotaur, the boys are still penniless and hungry. When an old man asks them to find his missing daughter things seem on the up, but it soon becomes clear that their task isn't going to be an easy one: she has been taken by the Maenads, fanatical worshippers of the god Dionysus. With the hopes and life of the old man fading, it’s a race against time that Jason cannot turn his back on. But just when their perilous task seems at an end, he comes face-to-face with a stranger named Medusa. With Mark Addy, Robert Emms, Jemima Rooper and guest starring Frances Tomelty.
Classic Albums: Elvis Presley
10.40pm BBC 4
A look at the creation of Elvis Presley's eponymous debut album, which brought about his meteoric rise to superstardom in 1956. The film is filled with performances from 1955 and 1956, interviews with Elvis and rare home movie footage of him at play and work. Featured songs include Blue Suede Shoes, Shake Rattle and Roll, Tutti Frutti and Elvis's first million-seller, Heartbreak Hotel. The King is pictured below in 1955.