Inside the Old Bailey, Channel 5, 8pm

IT’S the most famous criminal court in Britain, where some of the most notorious crimes have been tried. And while most of us hope we will never find ourselves in the dock at the Old Bailey, this documentary allows us to take a closer look at the building and its history. It finds that behind the imposing facade, there are 18 courtrooms, hearing some 1500 trials each year. But the most famous is Court One, where convicted killers including the Yorkshire Ripper and Doctor Crippen have been tried.

Britain’s Favourite Walks: Top 100, STV, 7.30pm

A COUPLE of weeks ago, STV counted down Britain’s 100 favourite dogs. And now we could be getting a guide to some of the best places to take those pooches for a walk. However, it seems that Britons don’t need too much encouragement to pull on their hiking boots. Nine million of us already head out walking every month. STV has surveyed more than 8000 enthusiasts about their best-loved routes, and Ore Oduba and Julia Bradbury bring us the results. Taking in spots in Scot-land, England, Wales and Northern Ireland, the list also features contributions from celebrities including Ade Edmondson and Janet Street Porter.

Inside No 9, BBC 2, 10pm

AT the HQ of the Royal Academy of Motion Picture Arts, a jury deliberates over the best actor ahead of an awards ceremony. Another half-hour classic from writers and stars Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton, with great performances from Noel Clarke and Zoe Wanamaker.

Before We Die, Channel 4, 11pm

ALTHOUGH Sven had managed to escape his kidnappers and alert his colleagues, by the time they arrived, the situation had taken a grave turn. How could Sven’s attacker have known where he was hiding? Hanna, Bjorn and their boss Tina create a clandestine group to investigate and reduce the risk of their infiltrator “Inez” being harmed.