World Beaters: Simone Biles (BBC2, 3.45pm)
SIMONE Biles is just 4ft 8ins tall, but she’s a giant in the world of gymnastics. She rose to fame in 2013, winning two World Championship golds aged just 16, and followed that with more golds in 2014 and 2015. By the time of the Rio Olympics in 2016 she was the hottest of hot favourites and didn’t disappoint, winning gold in the all-around, team, vault and floor, and bronze on the beam. This programme profiles the superstar gymnast, who even has her own emojis called Simoji.

Bears About the House (BBC2, 8pm)
CONSERVATIONIST Giles Clark has been asked by his friend, Matt Hunt, CEO of Free the Bears, to help with building a pioneering new sanctuary in Laos, south-east Asia. The role also means taking on the illegal wildlife trade, which sees bears being sold as trophy pets and for their body parts. Their gallbladders are particularly prized, as their bile is thought to have medicinal properties, and more than 10,000 bears across Asia are kept caged in farms so their bile can be extracted.

Paul O’Grady: For the Love of Dogs – Back in Business (STV, 8pm)
BACK in March, staff at the home realised lockdown was looming and that they would have to shut their doors to the public. The pressure was on to find as many families and temporary foster carers as possible for their residents. Paul O’Grady, was preparing to self-isolate who due to his underlying health condition. First though, he joined the staff to learn about their plans. With five dogs at home, Paul didn’t take too much persuading to foster another – but would he be equally tempted by Battersea’s cats?

Mrs America (BBC2, 9pm)
AS Phyllis’s campaign to stop the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment gathers support and momentum, its proponents prepare for the Democratic presidential campaign of 1972 and have a stark choice to make -– the popular George McGovern or the trail blazing African-American Shirley Chisholm. Drama about the political movement to pass the Equal Rights Amendment 
in the US.