Mark Ronson: From the Heart (BBC2, 9.30pm)

PRODUCER, songwriter and DJ Mark Ronson is an international success who has picked up seven Grammy awards, as well an Oscar for his collaboration with Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper in A Star is Born. However, as this very personal documentary reminds us, his life and career haven’t been all smooth sailing. This programme looks back at his debut album, 2003’s Here Comes the Fuzz, which was released to strong reviews but underwhelming sales and led to him being dropped by his record label. He would later win a Grammy for his work on Amy Winehouse’s Back to Black and he talks here about their musical relationship. Ronson also reflects on his childhood and how the break-up of his marriage influenced his newest album.

Strictly Come Dancing (BBC1, 6.40pm)

TESS Daly and Claudia Winkleman present the fourth live episode of this year’s series, as the 13 remaining celebrities take to the dancefloor. This week the couples hope to impress the judges and viewers with an array of ballroom and Latin routines.

The X Factor: Celebrity (STV, 8.35pm)

THE X Factor is back – just not quite as we know it. As the title suggests, instead of members of the public, it’s going to be celebrities who are competing for a potentially life-changing contract. Some of the stars are already known to have musical talent, including former Glee actor Kevin McHale and Olivia Olson, who is best known for belting out All I Want for Christmas is You in Love Actually. However, some of the other famous faces are unknown quantities when it comes to singing – such as former BBC and ITV journalist Martin Bashir. But as they gather to perform at Simon Cowell’s LA home, who will make the biggest impression on him and fellow judges Nicole Scherzinger and Louis Walsh?

The Wall (BBC1, 8.35pm)

GAME show which sees contestants answer questions that combine knowledge, strategy and luck for the chance to win life-changing prizes. Those taking part won’t just require the correct answers, but the luck of the drop of a single ball and unflinching trust in one another. In the first episode, sisters Louise and Helen from Leeds face the questions and big decisions, but with a show with so many twists and turns, anything could happen.

Spiral (BBC4, 9pm & 10pm)

THE seventh season of the crime drama begins as Commissioner Herville is found dead in a Chinese restaurant in the 13th arrondissement of Paris. Gilou, now the head of the unit, must break the news to Laure, who is being treated in a police rehabilitation centre, before investigating with a new partner. Then, in the second episode, Gilou and Laure set out to find Ryan and his gang, while Edelman does everything he can to get Josephine out of prison.