Fitting body cameras to the Northumbria Police gives this crime doc a fresh angle. The “golden hour” immediately after police are alerted is often the most important part of the hunt for a killer, but the need for uncontaminated evidence usually stops film crews capturing the process. The parents of the victim are also interviewed; the case raising questions about how best to combat obsessive stalkers. Jack Seale
Michelle Ackerley joins housing investigators targeting tenants who are scamming the social housing system. Those they deal with include a woman faking a disability in order to get a council flat and a tenant who’s illegally subletting his housing association property – and making £1,500 a month in the process. All very naughty but couldn’t we for once have a name-and-shame doc about, say, tax inspectors targeting the rich? Jonathan Wright
The docuseries draws to a close with an episode that sees the emergency services more stretched than ever, as Storm Doris hits the UK. A third more calls than usual come in, with cases ranging from people trapped in a car by a fallen tree to a 94-year-old who’s been blown over. With the air ambulance grounded by 60mph winds, the crew embark on long journeys to save lives. As always, they face an incredible amount of trauma, but just get on with the job. Hannah Verdier
The final part of Reeve’s entertaining trek sees him meeting big-cat wranglers in Crimea and protesters and martial artists in Moscow – where celebrations for the centenary of the revolution are oddly muted, because, well, “Putin doesn’t want to encourage revolution”. And while Reeve is warm to a fault, it’s nevertheless hard to shake off the presidential chill that has permeated this series throughout. Ali Catterall
There’s drama at Harrop Fold as rapscallion duo Tiger and Billy are reprimanded, while Lily and Jacob’s breakup causes friction after he calls her a “curly fries Pot Noodle head”. As ever, Educating … is a wonderful account of small and everyday acts of teacherly heroism. MPs have given themselves a nine-grand pay rise since 2015, while capping teachers’ rises at 1% a year. Watch this and be uncontrollably incensed. Luke Holland
Following 2016’s miniseries that saw office drone Brian (James Buckley) transported to an eccentric alternate universe, a full series following the misfit’s misfortunes in bizarre backwater Munty. It begins with Brian accidentally triggering a war and standing trial as a war criminal. Luckily for the embattled pan-dimensional prisoner, a mentally malleable judge means that even the most imperfect of legal minds could ensure his early release. Mark Gibbings-Jones
This documentary examines US police shootings of unarmed citizens, disproportionately people of colour. We hear testimony from, among others, the mother of 12-year-old Tamir Rice, killed with ridiculous haste by cops for playing with a toy gun in a park, and a pastor assaulted by police. Guests include rapper Nas who offers worldly advice: be polite, get out of the situation alive. The police have their say too. Necessary, enraging. David Stubbs
Les Misérables (Tom Hooper, 2012) 12.45am, Film4
Even if you wouldn’t man the barricades in defence of musicals, this is a stirring experience. Early 19th-century Paris is recreated on an epic scale, and there are huge star performances from Hugh Jackman as the proud, reformed convict Valjean and Russell Crowe as Javert, the policeman who vindictively pursues him. Their singing (recorded as they filmed) is unexpectedly moving. Paul Howlett
The Lesson (Kristina Grozeva, Petar Valchanov, 2014) 1.45am, Sky Cinema Premiere
In this low-key, highly suspenseful Bulgarian drama, Margita Gosheva’s Nade is a stern teacher with a strong sense of morality: she’ll stop at nothing to winkle out the thief in her class. But life outside school is spiralling out of control. Her useless husband has frittered away the mortgage payments and she is forced into ever more desperate measures to find the cash to save the family home. This is social realism with touches of bitter humour, and Gosheva’s struggle is absolutely riveting. Paul Howlett
Cycling: Tour of Turkey 1pm, Eurosport 1. The third stage of the race, from Fethiye to Marmaris.
Rugby Union: European Challenge Cup: Pau v Gloucester 7pm, Sky Sports Main Event. Coverage from Stade du Hameau.
NFL: Carolina Panthers v Philadelphia Eagles 12.30am, Sky Sports Main Event. All the action from the NFC encounter at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.