Sunday: The A Word, 8.30pm, BBC First
A six-part drama series about a messy, extended family with a child newly diagnosed with autism. At the heart of the family are Alison and Paul Hughes, a couple in their mid-30s building a life in the Lake District for themselves and their two children: teenage daughter Rebecca and five year-old son Joe — a beautiful, dreamy boy who’s never knowingly without his headphones.
Monday: All The President’s Men, 8.30pm, Masterpiece
Reporters Woodward and Bernstein uncover the details of the Watergate scandal that leads to President Nixon's resignation. This classic stars Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford.
Tuesday: Shades of Blue, 8.30pm, Universal
Wozniak's suspicions land on Saperstein, forcing Harlee to convince Stahl to arrest Saperstein in order to keep him safe.
Wednesday: The Secret, 8.30pm, SBS
The chilling true crime series based on the disturbing real events of a Sunday school teacher & a respectable, religious dentist: pillars of the community who form a murderous partnership. Stars James Nesbitt.
Thursday: Versailles, 9.30pm, SBS
Philippe returns to the Court after the war a changed man. Henriette again stokes up the rivalry between Louis & Philippe: she's pregnant, but she doesn't know by which brother.
Friday: Mao In Colour, A Study in Tyranny, 7pm, History
Using recently discovered and unique archive film in original colour, this is the story of the man who created modern China, but at a terrible price for millions of his people.
Saturday: Agatha Raisin: Partners In Crime, 7.30pm, ABC
In their quest to find Jane, Tommy and Tuppence fall across a plot to kill the American Secretary of State involving opera singer Rita Vandemeyer and Tommy is kidnapped.
Nicole Kidman and the team behind Big Little Lies is set to adapt Cecelia Ahern’s upcoming short story collection for TV.On August 22, 2018
Sunday: The Politician’s Husband, 8.30pm, ABCOn August 9, 2015
Sunday: Broadchurch, 10.20pm, ABCOn August 3, 2014
Monday: Homeland, 8.30pm, TenOn December 16, 2013
Sunday: Mr Selfridge, 9.40pm, SevenOn May 11, 2014
Sunday: Foyle’s War, 8.30pm, ABC1On January 5, 2014