Celebrity Coach Trip (E4, 7.30pm)

LEGENDARY international tour guide Brendan Sheerin welcomes a new set of celebrity sun-seekers for another action-packed tour. Taking part this time are TOWIE power couple Tommy Mallett and Georgia Kousoulou; Gogglebox father and daughter Amy and Jonathan Tapper; Radio 1’s Adele Roberts and partner, actor Kate Holderness; boys from Blue Antony Costa and Simon Webbe; internet pranksters Woody and Kleiny; and First Dates waitress Cici Coleman and Rustie Lee. Starting off in glamour hot-spot St Tropez, the group do their best to avoid beginning with a wrong stroke at a caricature class.

Midsomer Murders (STV, 8.30pm)

NEIL Dudgeon and Nick Hendrix are back as DCI John Barnaby and DS Jamie Winter respectively, they have dealt with some extraordinary murders over the years, and the latest is pretty weird too. It begins in an ordinary way, with Barnaby reluctantly attending the marriage of his wife Sarah’s friend’s son. However, the bride, Laurel, never shows up because she’s been squeezed to death by her own wedding dress corset. Laurel had plenty of enemies, so there are plenty of suspects.

The Choir: Aylesbury Prison

(BBC2, 9pm) PART one of two. Gareth Malone undertakes a challenge to form a choir in HMYOI Aylesbury, a prison for young offenders serving sentences from four years to life. He meets Governor Laura Sapwell, who feels that a choir might be a different and unique way to engage with the young men as part of a programme aimed at trying to prevent people reoffending.

24 Hours in Police Custody

(C4, 9pm) THE first of two editions taking viewers behind the scenes of the police investigation into the premeditated and brutal murder of a young man after officers were called to woods in Hinchingbrooke Country Park in Cambridgeshire when a dog walker found a blood-soaked body. It quickly becomes clear that with no witnesses and no CCTV, there are few clues for DCI Adam Gallop to work with. Cameras follow every twist and turn of an enquiry that involves unravelling a twisted web of clues.