Aiden has to defend himself in an embarrassing sex scandal that threatens to derail any chance of a political comeback and further threatens his marriage.
Monday: Blandings, 9.40pm, BBC First
Premiere. This PG Wodehouse adaptation stars Timothy Spall. The poker-wielding, egg-throwing Duke of Dunstable threatens to have Clarence committed, so Clarence's faithful, port-fuelled butler Beach and his feeble-witted son Freddie hatch a plan to rescue him.
Tuesday: Who Do You Think You Are?†7.30pm, SBS
Chef and restaurateur Luke Nguyen was born in 1978 into a world of danger and uncertainty. His family was among the two million Vietnamese who fled the Communist regime after the Vietnam War.
Wednesday, Utopia, 9.00pm, ABC
It's a new year and Tony is determined to focus on big things. Unfortunately, small things get in the way. Meanwhile, Nat's attempts to assist a local community unleash a multi-billion dollar government initiative.
Thursday: Catastrophe, 9.30pm, ABC
A one week stand between London school teacher Sharon and Boston ad executive Rob leads to an accidental pregnancy. Rob returns to the UK to figure things out.
Friday: Dead Poets Society, 10.40pm, Masterpiece
When John Keating (Robin Williams) arrives at a strict boys academy, the eccentric and charismatic English teacher's love of poetry inspires students to revive a secret society with a bohemian bent.
Saturday: Last Tango in Halifax, 7.30pm, ABC
Alan finally lets Celia into his secret about Gary but is saddened when she takes it out on her daughter Caroline - and on her wedding of all days.
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