While Ray Donovan continues to clean up LA messes, there are some excellent new documentaries on the box tonight

Pick of the day

Ray Donovan, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

Wednesday's are still pretty quiet, TV-wise, but Liev Schreiber and co continue to offer the best viewing option with this gritty drama about an LA fixer and his extended family.

Schreiber's Ray is back doing what he does best, sorting out other people's problems, but what he does isn’t very nice. After his latest client gets herself into hot water, Ray is called in to clean up her mess.

Life isn’t any easier at home either, as he struggles to reconnect with his family and complete his court-appointed anger management course.

Meanwhile, his father Mickey (the always excellent Jon Voight) continues his foray into screenwriting. It seems to be going well, but a surprise visit threatens to drag him back into his old wicked ways.

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New tonight

Mountain: Life at the Extreme, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Breathtaking photography and the latest high-speed-camera technology reveal the extraordinary animals and remarkable people who make a home on three of the most iconic mountain ranges in the world, in a brand new series for BBC Two.

Episode one focuses on The Rockies, which is the spine of North America, running for 3,000 miles from the southern United States to the edge of the frozen north of Canada.

This beautiful wilderness of snow-capped peaks and hidden valleys is the home to the likes of grizzly bears, wolves, bison and elk.

In the dry hot summer, fires destroys nearly a million acres every year, but in winter it can get cold enough to freeze the mercury in the thermometer.  Both animals and people have to adapt to these ever changing mountains.

World's Busiest Cities: Hong Kong, 8.00pm, BBC Two

Following the success of World’s Busiest Railway 2015, this new series with Dan Snow, Anita Rani and Ade Adepitan takes viewers to the heart of some of the world's most iconic metropolises.

Immersive sequences show how transport, commerce, culture, leisure, food and retail play key roles in the life in the city. They also take viewers behind the scenes of some of the city’s biggest shops and organisations to tell the story of one of the world greatest cities.

Frank Lloyd Wright: The Man Who Built America, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Hailed as America’s greatest-ever architect, Frank Lloyd Wright remains quite enigmatic. Few people know about the radical ideas that shaped his life and world-famous buildings.

Here, leading Welsh architect Jonathan Adams sets off across the USA to explore Lloyd Wright’s masterpieces for himself. Along the way, he uncovers the life story of the man behind them and the significance of his unconventional background.

In a career that spanned seven decades, Frank Lloyd Wright changed the face of modern architecture: Fallingwater, the house over the waterfall, has been called the greatest house of the 20th century while the spiralling Guggenheim in New York reinvented the art museum.

Don't Miss

Bring Me Back to Life, 10.00pm, Channel 4

This powerful and uplifting documentary tells the story of 22-year-old father Taylor Britton as he fights for his life after breaking his neck in a car accident on his way home from work.

Doctors put him into a coma so that a machine can support his breathing. They say that if he survives, he'll remember nothing of his time in the Neuro Intensive Care Unit of Southampton General Hospital.

Damage to his spinal cord suggests he may be paralysed from the neck down but no one yet knows the full extent of his injuries or the life-threatening complications he may face.

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