We've got a railway journey across Europe, the potential for love and an illuminating documentary that could change how you see medicine.
'Great Continental Railway Journeys' 9pm, BBC Two
The fifth series sees Michael Portillo packing his trusty 1913 Bradshaw's Continental Railway Guide and heading through Romania to the Black Sea.
Along the way, Portillo encounters a bloodsucking vampire in Transylvania, brown bears in the Carpathian forest, and visits a fairytale castle with some throughly modern extras.
He also strikes oil in Ploesti, explores the music scene in Bucharest and helps load cargo from a crane in Constanta. We can't imagine it'll be quite as entertaining as the recent Channel 4 series 'Paul Merton's Secret Stations', as Portillo doesn't have quite the same charisma. But the scenery should be sumptuous.
'First Dates' 9pm, Channel 4
We're onto series seven now, and the 'First Dates' restaurant just keeps getting better. This episode – repeated from last night – features an Olympic bobsledder whose bachelor ways are thrown into turmoil following a date with a kickboxing fellow Olympian.
Meanwhile, a couple of men arrive with very definite ideas of what they expect from a relationship, which leaves their dates uncertain whether they want to see them again. As ever, Fred is on hand to run proceedings.
'The Doctor Who Gave Up Drugs' 11:30pm, BBC One
Chris van Tulleken thinks GPs prescribe too many drugs. As such, he's on a mission to treat patients without resorting to painkillers, antidepressants and antibiotics.
But can we heal a lot of common ailments without reaching for pills? The results may surprise you.
And the causes of this overprescription are just as interesting as the side effects. A sobering look at the current state of our health, and how we go about fixing it.