Fight Like a Girl, BBC 1, 7.30pm

DOCUMENTARY from the Our Lives series following Kimberly Benson, 26, from Ayrshire as she leads a double life, working in the family coach hire business as well as stepping into the ring as leading wrestler Viper. The film shows Kimberley competing in a series of high-pressure matches that could have a huge impact on her career. She battles for the Scottish championship in Glasgow and heads for Japan where she puts everything on the line for a chance at her first world title. Edith Bowman narrates.

Grenfell, BBC 1, 8.30pm

ON Thursday, it will be one year since the most devastating tower-block fire in British history. Bafta-winning director Ben Anthony began work on this documentary the day after the blaze, and the finished 90-minute film, which draws on hundreds of hours of interviews, social media content and archive footage, aims to tell the story of what happened before, after and during the fire. It follows survivors in the immediate wake of the tragedy and as they attempt to rebuild their lives. Among the residents featured is Lorraine Beadle, one of the first people to move into the block in 1975.

Long Lost Family: What Happened Next, STV, 9pm

NEW series. Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell revisit more of the programme’s most memorable searches, catching up with three people whose lives have been transformed. They are Cathie Cutler Evans, who wanted find the birth mother who had given her up for adoption nearly 50 years earlier; John Ayton, who was searching for his father after being adopted as a baby; and Maureen Charlton who was looking for her brother.

The Challenger Disaster: Lost Tapes, Channel 5, 10pm

THE space shuttle launch on January 28, 1986, was the first to carry a private citizen on board – schoolteacher Christa McAuliffe – but disaster struck when the Challenger exploded. This film examines the 24 hours before the fateful launch as the excitement built, only to be diffused by high winds and low temperatures. With no narration or interviews, the soundtrack instead features recordings of journalists from the time, along with Nasa archives and military photos.