Absolutely FabulousFrom Monday 4 August, times vary
With awards in double figures, including two international Emmys, Absolutely Fabulous is a comedy phenomenon.
Edina (Jennifer Saunders) is a Sixties teenager who never grew up. She and her sex-mad friend Patsy (Joanna Lumley) are still into drink, drugs and partying, while her stuffy student daughter Saffron (Julia Sawalha) swots and keeps house.
Part of the Summer Nights of Comedy season, laughs are a-plenty in this award-winning comedy.
Spooks (S9)Mondays at 21:00
New recruits shake things up as Section D, once again, are left wondering who can really be trusted.
The team are tracking suspected terrorist, Abib, on a boat from Tangiers. When Somalian pirates storm the boat, a mysterious Eastern European prostitute saves Lucas’ life. This is Beth Bailey, who soon becomes a new recruit, along with former British Special Forces officer Dimitri and data analyst Tariq.
The newly formed group must gel quickly as relations between the CIA and MI5 reach breaking point over some mysterious hackers. They will have to work together if they are to come out on top in what eventually leads to the ultimate game of cat and mouse.
Him & Her (S3)Saturdays at 22:20
Steve and Becky are still young, unemployed and very, very lazy. Lazing around in Steve’s bedsit, this loved-up couple are happy to spend their days achieving nothing – except watching DVDs and constantly teasing each other.
Series three sees Steve wanting to take their relationship to the next level – he’s going to ask Becky to marry him. The only problem is finding the right time. With everyone discovering the ring except Becky, will she find out before Steve has had a chance to ask?
Sinbad (S1)Saturdays at 19:15
A thrilling, modern and magical reinvention of the famous legend from Arabian Nights.
How do you become better than the worst thing you’ve done? When Sinbad inadvertently kills a man and causes the death of his beloved brother, he is cursed and escapes to sea as a stowaway. An impetuous young man on a quest for redemption, Sinbad is condemned to keep searching for a way to lift the curse that chains him to the seas, until he can find the goodness in himself.