Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs, STV, 8pm

This week at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home, Paul O’Grady attempts to nurse back to health the most badly injured dog he has ever seen, a saluki. As part of his rehabilitation, Paul takes him to a retirement home where the dog is showered with some much-needed love. Meanwhile, Paul tries to find a home for an elderly, dentally-challenged shih tzu, and he is also faced with the prospect of de-fleaing a stray Yorkshire terrier puppy.

The Apprentice, BBC1, 9pm

As the sixth week of the contest unfolds, the candidates are challenged to devise a marketing campaign for a new budget airline, including making their own 30 second advert for television, and designing both a distinctive brand and a uniform for staff. Creating an advert for a business airline on board an aircraft brings disastrous results for one team, and both teams struggle when they have to pitch their campaign to industry experts.

Dark Heart, STV, 9pm

DI Will Wagstaffe and his staff investigate the mysterious death of a young nurse on the London Underground. While CCTV reveals the victim fleeing an invisible assailant, forensics find a DNA link to a missing teenager presumed dead for seven years. Aided by his new team DS Rob Mullan, DC Ray Monk, DC Annie Webb and pathologist Dr Luke Paul, Will unearths a bond of secrets and betrayals that leads him straight into the dark underbelly of the city.

Captain Jack and the Furious Few, BBC4, 10pm

This fascinating documentary tells the true story of Jack McCleery, an Ulster-Scots teenager who, during the First World War, had only been training for nine months when he was headhunted by the Navy and posted to HMS Furious in 1917 to join an elite squadron of test pilots. Their mission was to land a wheeled plane on the deck of a moving vessel, helping to develop the technology that would turn the ship into the world’s first dedicated aircraft carrier.