Saturday: Camilla: Making of a Mistress (C5, 9.30pm)

This documentary tries to sort the drama from the facts as it explores the colourful life of the potential future queen consort.

Sunday: A Perfect Planet (BBC1, 8pm-9pm)

David Attenborough returns to shed more light on natural phenomena crucial to life on Earth. This time he’s turning his attention to the Sun.

Monday: The Pembrokeshire Murders (ITV, 9pm)

In a three-part series, Luke Evans returns to his native Wales to play DS Steve Wilkins who, in 2006, decides to reopen two cold cases involving double murders committed in the 1980s.

Tuesday: Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild (C5, 9pm)

Ben is in the stunning highlands of eastern Iceland where he goes to stay with a former filmmaker who swapped the bright lights of Hollywood for the northern lights.

Wednesday: Landscape Artist of the Year (Sky Arts, 8pm)

For over 40 years, Chartwell House was the family residence of Winston Churchill. The studio there is also home to the largest collection of the former PM’s paintings. A new run of the competition searching for the nation’s best landscape painter kicks off tonight, and the contestants shouldn’t be short of inspiration

Grand Designs (C4, 9pm)

Greg and Georgie’s ambitious plan is to convert a dilapidated 35-year-old barn in Georgie’s parents’ garden in Kent into a peaceful safe haven. It’ll be a huge challenge involving the painstaking conservation of the existing rotten structure.

Thursday: Hadrian’s Wall with Robson Green (C5, 9pm)

It’s the longest Roman site in the world, running 73 miles from Wallsend in the east to the isolated village of Bowness on Solway in the west, so it’s going to take Robson three episodes to walk it all, especially as he’ll be visiting landmarks and meeting local characters along the way.

Death in Paradise (BBC1, 9pm)

Neville Parker (Ralf Little) may need his own Time Team this week when archaeologist Professor Roger Harkness ((Richard McCabe) is poisoned.

Friday: Susan Calman’s Grand Day Out in the Lakes (C5, 8pm)

Susan climbs aboard her vintage camper van to explore the magnificent Lake District. Susan begins her 142-mile journey just south of Penrith, travelling down through the lakes, before heading west to finish near Keswick. Next, it’s off to Windermere’s model boat club for a race before visiting the spooky Muncaster Castle and enjoying the view from the La’al Ratty.