When I Grow Up, C4, 8pm

DOCUMENTARY in which primary school children join the workforce as part of an experiment in social mobility. This time they get a taste of the property world at the head office of an estate agent in York. Their responsibilities include overseeing a branch for an afternoon, marketing two new properties and negotiating a six-figure property deal. Can this brief experience of an aspirational career affect how the youngsters see themselves and their place in the social pecking order?.

David Harewood: Psychosis and Me, BBC2, 9pm

DAVID Harewood is best known for his roles in US dramas Homeland and Supergirl. He also had a psychotic breakdown when he was 23 and was sectioned. In this deeply personal film, he pieces together what happened in the hope it will help him and others better understand psychosis. He hears from people who are going through mental health crises, spends time with a combined emergency mental health and police team and meets two inspirational young people.

Ambulance, BBC1, 9pm

A BANK holiday weekend keeps the staff of North West Ambulance Service busy answering more than 18,000 calls. Gary and Claire are dispatched to an overturned car on the motorway and to a care home where an 86-year-old man has suspected sepsis. Duncan is first at the scene of after a footballer fractures his ankle during a match. In the control room, a handler takes a call from a nine-year-old who says someone has killed their grandad.

Roads from Hell: Caught on Camera, Channel 4, 9pm

JAW-DROPPING real-life footage, from the funny to the dramatic, shows what can go wrong when we venture on to the roads – from near-death crashes to road rage and moped muggings to some frustrating and funny moments experienced by UK road users – all captured on cameras and phones and told by those who lived to tell the tale. Plus, psychologists and industry experts discuss the anxieties that influence the situations we can find ourselves in.