Desperate to Drive: Our Lives (BBC1, 7.30pm)

IN a quiet corner of Cardiff there is a unique driving centre where lives are transformed every day. Here, higher risk drivers, who through illness or accident have been stopped from driving, have the chance to prove they’re safe to be on the road. Cameras follow the fortunes of four drivers: mum-of-four Fand, who had to surrender her licence after a stroke; former lorry driver Glyn, who has been diagnosed with dementia; Huw, who lost a leg following a life-threatening infection; and 17-year-old Emily, who lives with cerebral palsy.

Lose a Stone in 21 Days with Michael Mosley (C4, 9pm)

DOCTOR and dietician Michael Mosley puts five volunteers on a low-calorie diet to help get their health back on track after the Covid-19 lockdown. It is week two and the volunteers’ tempers are beginning to fray, but Michael gets them doing high-intensity work-outs and yoga. He also explores the connection between obesity and inflammation and the role it is thought to have in almost every major disease and illness.

Harlots (BBC2, 9pm)

IN the first of a double bill, Lucy is hired to spend a few days with Lord and Lady Repton, but they have peculiar tastes. Margaret fears she may be reaping the reward of her public attack on Lydia Quigley. In the second episode, Margaret’s debts are mounting as Lydia’s campaigns against her and Florence’s religious tirades outside the brothel take a toll on business. If Margaret and North cannot find a way to entice new clients, the business seems set to flounder. Meanwhile, Lucy is finding her new profession more of a struggle than she ever imagined.

Inside Missguided: Made in Manchester (C4, 10pm)

IF you didn’t know it, Missguided is one of Britain’s biggest fast-fashion brands. Cameras go behind the scenes and explore what life is like for the young, female-dominated workforce. In episode one, Missguided is launching a new campaign with a superstar influencer. The design team is up against it as it tries to create the hottest new style and the brand is going against its rivals to land Love Island star Molly Mae to front a new collection.