Cameras follow Bristol mayor Marvin Rees in the aftermath of Edward Colston's statue being pulled down last year in a new documentary tonight.
There's also a behind-the-scenes look at Bond Street and how the exclusive shopping destination has fared over the pandemic.
Plus there is more Dragons' Den, Supervet, and Breeders airing this evening too.
The Supervet: Noel Fitzpatrick - 8pm - Channel 4
Noel Fitzpatrick's patients in tonight's episode include a Dobermann named Dexter who has a serious spinal condition, and cat Driver who's been hit by a car.
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Plus he'll also be meeting and helping out Newfoundland Bailey, who has a developmental elbow disease.
Dragons' Den - 8pm - BBC One
Theo Paphitis once again returns to cover for an absent Peter Jones as he joins current Dragons Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Tej Lalvani and Sara Davies.
This time in the Den there's a drinks entrepreneur hoping to secure an investment for their premium spice rums as well as duo pitching a voice-enhanced app for learner readers.
The Statue Wars: One Summer in Bristol - 9pm - BBC Two
In the wake of Black Lives Matter protests last year that were sparked by the murder of George Floyd in the US, the statue of slave trader Edward Colston was toppled from its plinth in Bristol and thrown in the city's harbour.
This documentary follows the response to the events of last summer, centring on Bristol's mayor, Marvin Rees, who was the first directly elected mayor of Black African heritage of a major European city.
Billion Pound Bond Street - 9pm - ITV
Jenna Coleman narrates a new documentary on how London's most expensive shopping street managed to fare over the coronavirus pandemic.
Viewers get the inside scoop on some of Bond Street's exclusive stores like Dior and Boodles as we learn just what the uber-rich have been purchasing during what has been an incredibly tough time for many.
Breeders - 10pm - Sky One
The third episode of the second season sees Paul (Martin Freeman) fear that his family aren't as connected anymore.
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Meanwhile, Jim (Alun Armstrong) and Jackie (Joanna Bacon) are finding their area is becoming increasingly gentrified.
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