Saturday: Game of Talents (ITV, 7.30pm)

Vernon Kay hosts this new entertainment series in which contestants team up with a celebrity, before trying to figure out the often bizarre hidden talents of eight mystery performers. "I'll say, 'okay, this person is a sword-swallower, a ventriloquist, a magician or a trapeze artist'," Vernon explains. "They get clues and the celebs have to help them win cash prizes."

Sunday: Line of Duty (BBC1, 9pm)

Perhaps Kate Fleming will find it easier to decide whose side she's on as Hastings and co put her new boss DCI Jo Davidson under increasing pressure. But there's a shock in store as the results from the forensic evidence taken from Farida's house are revealed.

Monday: Too Close (ITV, 9pm)

Emily Watson plays forensic psychiatrist Dr Emma Robertson, who develops a dangerous relationship with Connie Mortensen (Denise Gough), a woman accused of a terrible crime who claims she can't remember anything about the incident. Connie appears to know all Emma's weak spots and delights in exploiting them for her own ends during an increasingly dangerous game of cat-and-mouse. Continues each night until Wednesday.

Tuesday: The Syndicate (BBC1, 9pm)

The kennel colleagues finally track down Frank to his hotel in Monaco, but getting him to admit he stole their ticket proves to be difficult. Roxy suggests using Frank's biggest weakness against him – but it could also put the syndicate members in danger.

Wednesday: Bent Coppers: Crossing the Line of Duty (BBC2, 9pm)

Documentary series exploring the formation of the police's first internal anti-corruption unit, A10. The first episode begins in 1969, a time when British police were held up as the most trusted force in the world. However, a different picture began to emerge when a desperate south London villain went to a newspaper with claims that a detective in the Metropolitan Police was extorting money from him – and rather than just one bad apple, there was a secret network of corrupt coppers.

Thursday: Frank of Ireland (C4, 10pm)

Brothers Domhnall and Brian Gleeson have teamed up to co-write and star in this new six-part comedy set in an idyllic suburb of Dublin. Frank Marron (Brian) is a 32-year-old catastrophe; but luckily has a loyal best friend, Doofus (Domhnall) whose full-time job is clearing the debris left in Frank's wake. In tonight's opening episode, the duo head to Aine's grandmother's funeral.

Friday: Have I Got News for You (BBC1, 9pm)

Now the quiz show is really "sucking diesel" – they've got Adrian Dunbar as guest-presenter, the actor who plays Ted Hastings, the most quotable character in Line of Duty. Team captains Ian Hislop and Paul Merton are joined by Katherine Ryan and Tim Shipman.