Still Game, BBC 1, 9.30pm
NEW series. Comedy following evergreen pensioners Jack Jarvis and Victor McDade as they cope with everything that life throws at them. Boabby has ambitious new ideas for the pub and it seems the regulars do not figure in his plans, prompting them to take matters into their own hands. Meanwhile, Winston is forced to move out of his flat for a while, but no-one is keen to take him in, and Isa is on a mission to find out who is throwing her a surprise birthday party. Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill star.

Rachel Nickell: The Untold Story, STV, 9pm
FIONA Bruce looks into the murder of Rachel Nickell, the 23-year-old mother who was killed in front of her infant son on Wimbledon Common in July 1992. It was one of the first major stories Fiona covered as a junior reporter in the south east of England. Now, a quarter of a century later, she revisits the crime, speaking to key figures involved in the case, hearing about the difficulties faced by police officers as they tried to catch Rachel’s killer and how a misguided investigation almost led to a murderer going free and an innocent man being sent to prison.

Great Continental Railway Journeys, BBC 2, 8pm
ARMED with his trusty 1913 Bradshaw’s Continental Railway Guide, Michael Portillo is off on a new adventure as he travels east to the independent state of Ukraine, a land once part of the Russian empire. He starts his journey in capital Kiev, where he encounters mummified monks and two of the strongest women in the world. After a stop in Lviv, he boards the night express to Odessa, where he finds a vibrant, cosmopolitan city.

Do the Right Thing with Eamonn & Ruth, Channel 5, 9pm
EAMONN Holmes and Ruth Langsford are joined by former MP Ann Widdecombe to present this new weekly series in which they tell extraordinary stories of ordinary people, fight social injustice and campaign to change the law. Tonight, the team reveals the shocking injuries of babies caused by the button batteries in toys and gadgets. Then Widdecombe takes on red-tape Britain to find out why a council fined a business £300 for putting a cardboard box in a recycle bin.