Soul Boy – Our Lives (BBC1, 7.30pm)
TEENAGER Anthony Favin has been in care since the age of six. He loves the music, fashion and films of the 1960s and 1970s, and his heroes are Steve McQueen and Jimi Hendrix, who he calls a modern-day Stormzy. But his love for Northern soul music tops them all. This heart-warming documentary follows Anthony in the run-up to his 18th birthday party, where he is due to make his debut as a DJ. But more importantly, it will also see him taking the first steps towards an independent life. Helping Anthony are his key worker Luke, cobbler Pete, who kits him out with some hot-stepping shoes, and Northern soul DJ Richard Searling, who gets Anthony on the decks and the dancefloor at Blackpool’s famous Tower Ballroom.

Absolutely India: Mancs in Mumbai (STV, 8pm)
BROTHERS Ryan, Adam and Scott Thomas embark on an epic journey to trace their family roots in India, joined by their dad Dougie, whose father was born in Mumbai. However, the trio have never visited the country they descended from. In the fifth episode, Ryan and Dougie make a shock discovery about Dougie’s grandmother.

Casualty 24/7 (C5, 9pm
THE staff in A&E are back for another shift but things don’t get off to a great start when all but two of the computers crash. As the IT staff set to work diagnosing the problem, the emergency phone keeps ringing. Registrar Rob Cornford heads to resus, where a 58-year-old window fitter has been brought in, having fallen from a ladder and been knocked unconscious.

BalletBoyz Deluxe (BBC4, 10.30pm)
ACCLAIMED dance group BalletBoyz celebrate their 20th anniversary with their new two-act show Deluxe. The first act, Bradley 4:18, choreographed by Punchdrunk’s Maxine Doyle, is inspired by the lyrics and story of spoken-word artist Kate Tempest’s Pictures On A Screen and tells the story of a young man struggling to connect with the world. It is set to a score by Mercury Award-nominated composer and saxophonist Cassie Kinoshi. It is followed at 11pm by the second act Ripple, which explores movement inspired by memories.