Alastair Campbell: Depression and Me, BBC2, 9pm

BEST known for his role as Tony Blair’s spin doctor, Alastair Campbell has suffered crippling bouts of depression for decades. Medication and therapy are helping him keep his head above water, but this begs the question: is that really the best he can hope for? In this one-off documentary, he talks about living with the illness and, with the encouragement of his family, Campbell investigates whether radical new treatments can make a difference. He also looks back on key events and asks if they could have had a negative effect on his mind.

Rhythms of India, BBC4, 9pm

MUSICIAN and composer Soumik Datta takes us on a dazzling musical travelogue around India, from a religious festival in Kerala to folk musicians in the deserts of Rajasthan. There are also performances on the banks of the Ganges and encounters with Delhi’s hip-hop superstars. He begins the trek in Kolkata, the city of his birth.

The Murder of Charlene Downes, C5, 9pm

TEENAGER Charlene Downes left her home in Blackpool on November 1, 2003, and was never seen again. A wall of lies and misinformation hindered the investigation into the 14-year-old’s disappearance, until one man stepped forward. In 2014, Charlene’s story became the focus of Panorama programme The Girl Who Vanished, and a month later Crimewatch staged a reconstruction of her last sighting. The case is readdressed in this, the first of a three-part series.

Years and Years, BBC1, 9pm

DANIEL tries to build a new life with Viktor but ex-husband Ralph takes a terrible revenge. Edith is badly affected by what happened abroad and returns home, while Rosie attends Viv Rook’s political rally and is amazed by her power and passion. Celeste loses her job and is disturbed by Bethany’s fascination with technology but, when Stephen and Celeste are woken at 4am by a series of urgent texts, they realise their entire life is about to come crashing down.