What Britain Buys and Sells in a Day (BBC2, 9pm)

NEW series. As the nation’s trading relationships face their biggest change in decades, Ed Balls, Ade Adepitan and Cherry Healey explore the science and systems that enable Britain to import and export goods around the world on an unprecedented scale. Ed is at the London Gateway port to reveal the tricks of the fruit and vegetable trade, Ade visits Peruvian avocado growers and Cherry meets a British farmer keeping the Middle East supplied with apples.

A Confession (STV, 9pm)

STEVE Fulcher is lauded by the media for leading an investigation that recovered the bodies of two women murdered by Christopher Halliwell, but behind the scenes he faces a disciplinary hearing at the hands of the IPCC, charged with gross misconduct. Karen Edwards refuses to give up her fight to get justice for her daughter Becky and goes to meet with her local MP Robert Buckland to discuss a change that she thinks needs to be made to the Police and Criminal Evidence Act. Starring Martin Freeman and Imelda Staunton.

Plebs (ITV2, 10pm)

AS Blackadder and Up Pompeii proved, historical comedies can be hysterical, and this is no exception. Marcus (Tom Rosenthal), Grumio (Ryan Sampson) and Jason (Jon Pointing) have really settled into their roles, and here they enjoy or endure more Roman adventures. In the first of a double bill, the boys set off on a wine-buying trip to Tuscany. That’s followed by an offering in which Marcus offers to tutor Gloria’s teenage son, Barney.

The Hunting (C5, 10pm)

YOU may remember Richard Roxburgh from films such as Mission: Impossible 2, Moulin Rouge, and The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Now he’s back in this new drama. It opens with well-behaved teenagers Nassim and Amandip beginning a burgeoning romance. When teacher Ray discovers a naked image of Amandip on Nassim’s confiscated phone, he attempts to protect his students’ privacy. However, he soon finds the decision has been taken

out of his hands. As the scandal unfolds, issues of misogyny, privacy, sexuality and exploitation are forced into the open.