Politics, Jonathan Ross' chat show and computer games all make the cut.
'Panorama' 8:30pm, BBC One
Last week, Sky News aired a documentary about the turmoil engulfing the Labour Party, and now it's the BBC's turn.
John Pienaar asks whether the party is about to self-destruct. He also reports from Brighton, where Momentum – one of the organisations that support current Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn – has been fending off allegations of bullying and anti-Semitism.
'The Jonathan Ross Show' 9:30pm, ITV
Wossy returned to our screens last week, and here's the second show of the series, repeated on a Monday night. His tendency to ask four questions at once can be a little annoying.
But there's no doubting he pulls in the A-listers. In the second show of the series, he has Hollywood leading lady Amy Schumer on the sofa, along with actor Riz Ahmed ('Rogue One: A Star Wars Story'), outdoorsman Bear Grylls and singer Olly Murs.
'Dara O'Briain's Go 8 Bit' 10pm, Dave
Irish funnyman O'Briain continues his exploration of the gaming industry, assisted by resident gaming expert Ellie Gibson. O'Briain has bags of enthusiasm for the subject matter, and as a lifelong gamer, he knows his onions, which makes this a must-watch for any gaming fan.
Meanwhile, comedians Jason Manford and Ed Byrne take each other on in long-running football simulator 'FIFA'. Tempers will run high.