There's the story of Peter: the Human Cyborg, new supernatural US drama Fort Salem, The Secret Life of the Zoo returns and period drama Harlots comes to an end . . .

Pick of the Day

Peter: the Human Cyborg, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Here’s the extraordinary story of the scientist Peter Scott-Morgan, as he turns himself into a cyborg in an attempt to overcome the Motor Neurone Disease that will otherwise kill him.

With unprecedented access to Peter and an international group of doctors, scientists, engineers and designers, the programme follows 18 months of one of the most audacious transitions ever undertaken, employing radical surgery, artificially intelligent computers and robotics technology.

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Inside Misguided: Made in Manchester, 10.00pm, Channel 4

This fun look behind the scenes at one of Britain's biggest online fashion retailer's offices in the heart of Manchester continues.

The dresses team race against time to design a new range and hit their sales target for party season.

Meanwhile, the ethics team are busy securing a new supplier in Leicester, and it is essential to get things right due to fast fashion's ethics being in the spotlight.

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Pink Dreams: Our Lives, 7.30pm, BBC One

Fifty-seven-year-old grandmother Lorraine Colville came to singing late in life. But her tribute act to US megastar Pink, 20 years her junior, has set Lorraine free.

Just like her idol, Lorraine had a troubled early life.

From battling anorexia to feeling trapped by society’s expectations of what a young mother should be and do, she spent her first 50 years struggling to find a voice that she could call her own.

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Fort Salem, 10.45pm, BBC One

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In an alternate version of present-day America, witches are deployed on the frontline of military defence.

Having ended their persecution some 300 years ago by cutting a deal with the government to use magic in the service of national security, they are now enlisted to train in combat witchcraft under the discipline of an all-female command.

As a dangerous rebel group called The Spree carries out a series of brutal attacks, three novice witches - Abigail, Raelle and Tally – join the army as new recruits and are assigned to the same unit.

Can they overcome their differences to work together?

The Last Impresario, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

A portrait of Michael White, the enfant terrible of London’s theatre-land in the 70s, responsible for introducing Yoko Ono, Merce Cunningham and Pina Bausch to the international audiences.

He challenged censorship with his hit erotic revue Oh! Calcutta!, struck gold with The Rocky Horror Picture Show and A Chorus Line and produced Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

Here, fifty of his closest friends (including Yoko Ono, Kate Moss, Anna Wintour, John Waters and John Cleese) introduce us to one of life’s true originals.

Swamp People: Serpent Invasion, 10.00pm, Sky History & NOW TV

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This spin-off of the popular alligator hunting reality show sees the Florida Everglades under siege.

Burmese pythons have become an invasive species and are decimating the native species.

With no natural predator, the state of Florida has created the Python Elimination Program, and with alligator season over, Louisiana’s best hunters are stepping up to whack some snakes.

The Secret Life of the Zoo, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Revisiting some of the most compelling and memorable stories from the past five years, beginning with a series of extraordinary births caught on camera at Chester Zoo.

Rhinoceros hornbill Liv and partner Manu are yet to produce any offspring, but when they are moved to a new nest, Liv quickly produces a fresh clutch of egg.

Meanwhile, clumsy seahorse Seabiscuit only has a week to attract a female, so he has time to incubate the eggs and give birth in time for the next full moon.

New to Download

Million Dollar Beach House, Netflix

In the swanky, exclusive Hamptons in New York, the driven real estate agents of Nest Seekers chase multimillion-dollar deals.

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Rising Phoenix, Netflix

This documentary tells the extraordinary story of the Paralympic Games.

Now the third biggest sporting event on the planet, the Paralympics sparked a global movement which continues to change the way the world thinks about disability, diversity & human potential.

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Ending Today

Harlots, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Here are the final two episodes of the Samatha Morton-starring period drama set in 18th Century London following a woman as she struggles to reconcile her roles as mother and brothel owner.

The body of George Howard is found and given the testimony of Thomas Haxby, the main suspects are Charlotte Wells and Daniel Marney, who were seen at his property and - according to him - were covered in mud and blood.

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