The Secret Life of the Zoo,

Channel 4, 8pm

KEEPERS prepare to transport giraffe Kidepo to a new zoo, and his brother Narus is not making the move any easier. Silvery gibbon Alvin is keen to get close to his partner Tilu again and it is decided a trip to the vet is in order for caiman lizard Gary to find out if there is a reason why he keeps diving head-first into an empty pool. Dominant warthog Magnum is being challenged by rival Dobby, so keepers decide it is time to move Dobby to a zoo in Germany. Last in the series.

The Doctor Who Gave Up Drugs, BBC1, 10.45pm

TWO years ago, Dr Chris van Tulleken tried to tackle the UK’s growing reliance on prescription drugs by working with a GP’s surgery to offer patients alternative treatments. Now, he’s embarking on a new crusade after discovering that British kids are given three times more medication than they were 40 years ago. In 2016, we spent £64 million on one brand of children’s paracetamol. In the first of this two-part documentary van Tulleken explains to parents when not to give painkillers. But can he also find a drug-free way to tackle behavioural problems such as ADHD, for which prescriptions have increased by 800 per cent since 2000?

Big Sky, Big Dreams, Big Art: Made in the USA, BBC4, 9pm

ART critic and film producer Waldemar Januszczak presents this new

three-part series on the golden age of American art, with each film set in different American territories. The first is set in the Wild West, and begins with a look at the sublime art of the Hudson River School, a mid-19th century movement embodied by a group of landscape painters whose aesthetic vision was influenced by Romanticism. The presenter then celebrates the work of Jackson Pollock.

24 Hours in A&E, Channel 4, 9pm

THIS episode focuses on the chances people take in life and whether a gamble ever pays off. Megan, 20, is rushed to hospital after being involved in a high-speed car crash. As doctors begin treatment and work to assess her injuries, it becomes clear her hedonistic lifestyle has put her at risk. Meanwhile, James, 78, is transferred from his local hospital with suspected internal bleeding.