My F-ing Tourette's Family does exactly what you'd expect, while the great Diane Morgan bows out with the final episode of Cunk on Britain.
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My F-ing Tourette's Family, 9.00pm, Channel 4
Hayley and Richard Davies-Monk live on an ordinary street in Oxfordshire, but have two boys - Spencer (13) and Lewis (9) - with Tourette's syndrome.
The boys' condition is expressed in uncontrollable physical and verbal 'tics' that can often include inappropriate or taboo phrases.
The family has struggled with the public's reaction to the boys. Hayley says: "The anxiety comes from the reaction of other people and the fear of what's going to happen. But we're never embarrassed by our children".
Now, after years of keeping themselves to themselves, they want to come out to the world. From meals out to day trips and their first ever holiday abroad, the family confront the challenges of dealing with the everyday reality of living with Tourette's.
New or Returning Shows
Life and Death Row: In Cold Blood, 10.45pm, BBC One
On February 2nd 2017, John Henry Ramirez (32) is scheduled for execution by lethal injection in Huntsville, Texas.
Convicted of committing a Capital Murder in 2004, he was sentenced to death, by Judge Bobby Galvan in Corpus Christi, Texas in 2008 for a robbery that netted him and his two female accomplices a grand total of $1.25.
He remains on Death Row awaiting eventual execution unless his lawyers can find a loophole to avoid Texas’s state sanctioned lethal injection.
Cunk on Britain, 11.15pm, BBC Two
In this mockumentary series from Charlie Brooker, Philomena Cunk (played by the outrageously deadpan Diane Morgan) takes viewers on a journey right up Britain's history, to discover who they really are, how they got there and why.
Along the way Philomena travels the length and breadth of Britain, enlisting the help of a variety of experts along the way. In this final episode, Cunk has made it to the 21st century and Brexit.
Class of Mum and Dad, 8.00pm, Channel 4
It's the last week of term. Class 6M are packing in some last-minute cramming, with many feeling the pressure of the forthcoming SATs exams.
As some class members struggle with revision, the high performers of the real Year 6 are drafted in to help.
Meanwhile, property developer Richard is packing for a family holiday to Thailand - and facing a fine for taking his kids out of school during term-time.
Hospital, 9.00pm, BBC Two
The critical care unit at Nottingham University Hospitals takes care of the Trust's sickest patients.Although it has 58 beds, on most days it is completely full. The unit must take life-threatening cases coming in through A&E and also be able to accommodate patients who need to recover from the most serious operations.
It's the job of consultant Dave Selwyn and the critical care team to balance the competing demands made on the unit.
New to Download
Inside Amy Schumer: Seasons 1-4, Sky Box Sets
Stand-up superstar Amy Schumer’s Emmy Award-winning series explores sex, relationships and the tribulations of everyday life with sketches, stand-up comedy and wildly inappropriate woman-on-the-street interviews.
Legion, 9.00pm, FOX
The mind-boggling superhero drama - Dan Stevens starts as the gifted David, who battles mental illness - continues its second season. Just like my life, I haven't got a clue what's going on but it's great fun.
After helping Farouk, Lenny, and Oliver break into Division 3, David demands a face-to-face meeting with the Shadow King, while Lenny asks Farouk for a favour.
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