The Kyle Files, STV, 8pm
JEREMY Kyle returns with a new series to tackle more high-profile issues affecting people’s lives across Britain, beginning by looking at the laws surrounding cannabis. Clinical trials suggest it could be beneficial for conditions like MS and epilepsy, so is it time to think again about decriminalising it? Jeremy finds out more by joining the police on a dawn raid and visiting an illegal ‘cafe’.

Marcella, STV, 9pm
JASON arrives at Marcella’s and delivers news that sends her into a fugue, but she comes back round to discover he is badly injured and recognises that she has to deal with the blackouts once and for all. As Rav and Marcella discuss how the evidence of their case doesn’t point to the work of a paedophile killer, a grief-stricken and vengeful Phil Dawkins follows Edward as he heads to school. Crime drama, starring Anna Friel.

Electric Dreams: Autofac, Channel 4, 10pm
THE series of stand-alone dramas inspired by the stories of Philip K Dick may have received a somewhat mixed reception, but there’s no questioning the calibre of the casts. The latest instalment features rising stars Juno Temple (of Vinyl and The Dark Knight Rises) and Janelle Monae (Hidden Figures, Moonlight) in a tale set in a world where society has collapsed but a factory still makes products. Rebels decide to shut down in the factory, only to discover that they may be the perfect consumers themselves...

Imagine - Philip Pullman: Angels and Daemons, BBC1, 10.45pm
PHILIP Pullman’s books have sold more than 20 million copies worldwide and been translated into 40 languages, while his recent novel La Belle Sauvage was an instant bestseller. However, he’s also been called the most dangerous writer in Britain, due to his criticism of organised religion. (Some people have suggested that’s why the big-screen adaptation of The Golden Compass, the first book in his His Dark Materials trilogy, underperformed at the box office). With a new BBC adaptation of His Dark Materials in the works, Alan Yentob spends time with Pullman in Oxford to learn more about how this former teacher creates his fantasy worlds.