For the People is back for a second run, as is Jon Richardson: Ultimate Worrier, while there's a self-explanatory doc on BBC 2 called Anna: the Woman Who Went to Fight ISIS . . .

Pick of the Day

For the People, 10.00pm, Sky Witness

All rise - court is back in session for season two of the Shondaland legal drama.

Six talented lawyers face-off once again in another season of high-stakes cases, where they will be tested both inside and outside the court as their personal and professional lives intersect.

In the season premiere, Sandra, with the help of new investigator Ted, must defend a teenage gamer whose online argument unexpectedly ends with the death of a United States senator.

On the prosecution's side, Roger has a personal connection to the case and is determined to charge the teenager to the furthest extent of the law, pushing Kate to her limits in the process.

Meanwhile, Jay is tasked with defending New York’s most spoiled millennial from going to jail for committing petty crimes.

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New or Returning Shows

John Richardson: Ultimate Worrier, 10.00pm, Dave

Award-winning comedian Jon Richardson is back for a second run of his own show which allows him to do what he does best: worry.

A self-confessed obsessive worrier and organiser, Ultimate Worrier sees Jon attempt to analyse, assess and log every single one of his many, many concerns.

This time around Jon is joined by Joe Wilkinson, Lucy Beaumont and Kiri Pritchard-McClean to address worries to do with The Self.

Here's his wife on about them last time around:

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Anna: the Woman Who Went to Fight ISIS, 9.30pm, BBC Two

In 2017, 25-year-old Anna Campbell from Lewes in East Sussex travelled in secret to northern Syria.

She was heading for Rojava, the Kurdish territory in the north of the country.

In the middle of the civil war in Syria, a fledgling feminist democracy had been established but almost immediately came under threat from the so-called Islamic State.

Just eight months after arriving and with no military background, Anna went to the front line to fight with Kurdish YPJ. A month later she was killed by a Turkish air strike.

New to Download

The Last Czars, Netflix

When social upheaval sweeps Russia in the early 20th century, Czar Nicholas II resists change, sparking a revolution and ending a dynasty.

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Ending Tonight

The Restaurant That Makes Mistakes, 9.00pm, Channel 4

It's the final week and while emotions among the 14 volunteers are running high, the group's mentor, Michelin-starred chef Josh Eggleton, is determined to keep pushing them to achieve.

Convinced they can cope with a more flexible routine, and determined to prove to the wider business community just how capable they are, Josh completely transforms the restaurant's menu, testing to the limit the volunteers' ability to cope with change by taking them away from the comfort of the restaurant and setting them to work at an event for local employers at Bristol City Hall.

As the experiment draws to a close, dementia specialist Dr Zoe Wyrko explores whether there has been a measurable improvement with the and discovers some unexpected but exciting results for 63-year-old former gynaecologist Avril, and for 44-year-old mum of five Shelly.

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Hometown, 11.10pm, BBC One

As publication of Mobeen's newspaper story gets close, a life sentence for a notorious gangster sheds new light on the night Yasser died and makes the need to act against the drugs trade more urgent than ever.

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Don't Miss

No Offence, 9.35pm, RTÉ 2

The superb second season of Paul Abbott's dramedy about a team of Manchester-based cops continues as Earl Kennedy's murder sparks a series of riot attacks across Manchester, with Nora's businesses and homes being the prime targets.

Dinah and Jonah are out on patrol when they come under fire from a group of rioters. When Dinah arrives at the scene of a vape shop that has been firebombed, she enters to try and save a family trapped in the flat above.

Inside, she discovers a padlocked room in which a group of teenagers are trapped. She is unable to access the room and the five youngsters subsequently suffocate to death.

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