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Bear’s Mission with David Walliams is on ITV at 9pm.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge joins survivalist Bear Grylls for an adventure that pushes him to his limits, as he abseils down a cliff in Devon.

Years and Years is on BBC One at 9pm.

This six-part drama series, which is set in near-future Britain, follows the lives of a close-knit family in Manchester during tumultuous times. The cast includes Russell Tovey and Oscar-winner Emma Thompson.

First Dates is on Channel Four at 10pm.

A recruitment consultant, who says he is unwilling to change his ways for anyone, returns to the restaurant for a date with a hairdresser.

Surgeons, At the Edge of Life is on BBC Two at 9pm.

In the last in the medical documentary series, a consultant neurosurgeon has just minutes to operate to save the life of a woman with a bleed on the brain.

Don’t Forget the Driver is on BBC Two at 10pm.

Last episode of the comedy. In Squeaky’s absence, Peter is forced to take on the unpleasant job of a school trip.

Mary Kills People is on More4 at 9pm.

This new six-part US comedy drama, focuses on an emergency-room doctor, who also provides an assisted-suicide service.

Football, West Bromwich Albion versus Aston Villa is on Sky Sports Main Event at 7.45pm.

Coverage of the Championship play-off semi-final, second-leg, from The Hawthorns. Kick-off is at 8.