My Family, the Holocaust and Me with Robert Rinder (BBC1, 10.45pm)

IN the concluding part of his documentary, the barrister and TV personality meets Noemie Lopian, whose French mother was arrested as a child by the Nazis. Noemie meets the grandson of the brave man who hid her family in a chicken shed in his garden during round-ups of Jews. Having discovered the fate of his grandparents in the first episode, Bernie Graham continues his quest to find out what happened to his uncle Bernhard, who he believes took his own life in the Dachau concentration camp. Robert and his mother Angela travel to Treblinka.

Lockdown Chaos: How the Government Lost Control (C4, 9pm)

IN July, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he was hoping for a “significant return to normality from November at the earliest. However, most of the UK is again under restrictions. So, what happened? And why is the country in this position? Reporter Antony Barnett investigates whether the UK Government has lost control and reveals new evidence about some of the companies making millions from the pandemic.

The Night Notre-Dame Burned: Storyville (BBC4, 9pm)

This two-hour documentary from acclaimed filmmakers Jules and Gedeon Naudet tells the story of the devastating fire on April 15, 2019, that nearly destroyed the world-famous medieval cathedral and the people who battled to save it. We hear from some of the 600 firefighters who worked to save the structure and contents of one of the most important religious and cultural institutions in France. Another documentary, Rebuilding Notre Dame: Inside the Great Cathedral Rescue, follows.

Hospital (BBC2, 9pm)

IT’S mid-summer, and although the first wave of Covid-19 is over, there’s no let-up at London’s Royal Free hospital, where NHS cancer services are inundated with new referrals. Smita, 53, has two lumps in her breast. She is offered immediate surgery, but when she develops coronavirus symptoms, her treatment hangs in the balance. The effects of long Covid are also placing burdens on the health service.