Towie's Joey Essex goes on a deeply personal journey tonight as he fronts a documentary on tackling his grief after his mother took her own life when he was just 10.
Having repressed his feelings for years, now aged 30 he sets about confronting the effect the tragedy had on him.
Meanwhile, there's a familiar face on Dragons' Den this evening as Theo Paphitis makes a guest return.
Plus, Channel 5's Anne Boleyn drama comes to an end.
The Supervet - 8pm - Channel 4
This time around veterinary whizz Noel Fitzpatrick is treating cockapoo Betsy whose owners have concerns about a dragging paw.
The vet attempts to salvage the rest of her limb when it's found her paw must be amputated after developing gangrene.
Plus there's bijou puppy Angel who has a genetic deformity.
Dragons' Den - 8pm - BBC One
There's a special stand-in on this evening's episode as Theo Paphitis returns to replace a self-isolating Peter Jones.
The Dragons are treated to pitches from a father and daughter are their airbag safety equipment, and another entrepreneur with a self-balancing serving tray.
Joey Essex: Grief and Me - 9pm - BBC One
Reality star Joey Essex's mother took her own life when he was 10-years-old.
Now 20 years on, he examines his grief and whether he will be ever be able to come to terms with her sad death having kept his emotions hidden for decades.
The personal journey sees him confront his grief with help from clinical psychologist Dr Stephen Blumenthal.
Anne Boleyn - 9pm - Channel 5
The last episode of the mini-series airs tonight as Anne Boleyn's beheading draws nearer.
She's locked in the Tower of London, accused of treason, adultery and incest but on the day of her trial puts on a dignified show.
Harry's Heroes: Euro Having a Laugh - 10pm - ITV
Harry Redknapp is back with his team of England Legends as they prepare to face Germany on their home soil.
The German Legends were defeated last time, but the English team back to boozing and on less-than-healthy diets it mean they could have a challenge ahead of them.
The manager is joined by Assistant Manager John Barnes as well as David Seaman, Paul Merson, Matt Le Tissier, Rob Lee, Ray Parlour, Lee Sharpe, Mark Chamberlain, Mark Wright, Razor Ruddock, and new addition Lee Hendrie.
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