Stephen Lawrence: Has Britain Changed? (STV, 8pm)
On April 22, 1993, black British teenager Stephen Lawrence was murdered in a racially motivated attack. The aftermath hit the headlines and sparked discussions on institutional racism. Now, after the death of George Floyd and the global protests that followed it, Lawrence is, understandably, back in our minds. As a result, Rageh Omaar and Anushka Asthana are hosting a live debate in an effort to discover if, 27 years on, his tragic death has had a lasting impact on racial equality in the UK. 

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The Supervet: Noel Fitzpatrick (C4, 8pm)
There are those who think that it would be kinder to put to sleep some of the most severely injured, ill or deformed creatures featured during the past six years of this series, but seeing them gamboling around happily – as well as the joy on the faces of their owners – in this catch-up show should convince them otherwise. This week we revisit three animals we first met in 2015. First up is Darcy, a chihuahua who needed emergency surgery after having her pelvis crushed in a road accident. 

Ambulance (BBC1, 9pm)
Award-winning documentary following the North West Ambulance Service as they care for the people of Liverpool and all across Merseyside. The control room experiences a spike in calls for patients with breathing difficulties, and when Sherilee talks to a daughter whose mother has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, it proves tough for the call handler as her own mum had the same illness. Last in the series.

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Outlander (More4, 9pm)
As the period drama nears the end of its fourth season, Jamie, Claire and Young Ian embark on a long and uncertain journey to rescue Roger. Meanwhile, Brianna begins to feel the pressure from Aunt Jocasta to find a suitable husband, and fast, before the baby arrives. Following a dinner party soiree, she receives a marriage proposal from Mr Forbes.