I Don’t Like Mondays
Channel 4, 8pm

WHO remembers Chris Evans’s 1990s game show Don’t Forget Your Toothbrush, where the studio audience brought along a passport and a packed suitcase in case they won a holiday? Alan Carr’s new show, I Don’t Like Mondays, is raising the stakes. Audience members will have their resignation letters with them, ready to quit their jobs live on air if they win the top prize of a year’s salary. Hopefuls will be whittled down by a selection of games, surprise guests and a celebrity executive board.

The Graham Norton Show
BBC 1, 10.35pm

IN the first edition of Norton’s new series, a married couple join the host, as Emily Blunt, star of The Devil Wears Prada and Girl on a Train, and American Office actor John Krasinski discuss working together in new horror movie A Quiet Place. Kylie Minogue also chats and performs her new single Stop Me From Falling, from the album Golden. Plus, another bunch of intrepid audience members steps up to the plate, willing to recount an anecdote from the dreaded red chair.

Have I Got News For You
BBC 1, 9.30pm

NEW series. The satirical news quiz, still featuring original team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton, returns for its 55th series, helmed for this first edition by Jeremy Paxman. Helping poke fun at the week’s events are comedian Josh Widdicombe and Steph McGovern.

Front Row Late
BBC 2, 11.05pm

MARY Beard hosts a new series of the TV version of Radio 4’s cultural review show. Tonight, she’ll be looking at the generation gap and finds that as well as being divided over pensions and house prices, boomers and millennials are also fighting it out in the theatres, galleries and bookshops as they claim the right to define and re-define the “classics”. Her guests will also be discussing The Inheritance, a new play about different generations of gay men in New York.