Bradley Walsh & Son: Breaking Dad (STV, 8pm)

GIVEN that The Chase is on ITV most days, and Doctor Who is back, you’d think Bradley Walsh wouldn’t have time to slot in any other projects. But he and son Barney return for a second series as they embark on another road trip across America. They begin their journey in Florida, the southernmost point of the country. From there, the pair head to the Palm Beach International Raceway, before getting up close and personal with sharks.

Murder Trial: The Disappearance of Margaret Fleming (BBC2, 9pm)

IN 2016, an application for a Personal Independence Payment raised suspicions. It led to the trial of two carers accused of murdering 35-year-old Margaret Fleming, and claiming benefits in her name for 16 years. Bafta award-winning director Matt Pinder helmed this documentary which takes the audience into the centre of the trial at Glasgow’s High Court and beyond. The two-parter offers a compelling insight into the work of the police and prosecutors in bringing the two suspects to trial.

Lose Weight and Get Fit with Tom Kerridge (BBC2, 8.30pm)

NO prizes for guessing what this six-part series is about. Yes, Tom Kerridge will be helping folks fight that post-Christmas battle of the bulge. More specifically, a group of volunteers from Gloucester, who embark on an eight-week weight loss and fitness journey, doing regular exercise and eating lower calorie meals in an effort to get in shape. In the first episode, the chef calls the group to a sports faculty at a university to reveal what they have signed up to for the next two months.

White House Farm (STV, 9pm)

FIVE members of the same family were murdered at an Essex Farmhouse in 1985 – Sheila Caffell, her twin six-year-old sons, Daniel and Nicholas, and her parents, Nevill and June Bamber. It was a shocking case and a controversial one as the man convicted of the killings, Nevill and June’s son Jeremy, has always protested his innocence. This new six-part drama, which draws on interviews and extensive research, aims to bring a fresh perspective to the tragedy. It begins when Jeremy (Freddie Fox) calls the police to an incident at his parents’ farmhouse.