Sunday: What to WATCH.
This series has been like a charming, moving postcard but sadly it draws to a close tonight as David Dimbleby completes his journey through Britain, tracing the arrival of the bold Modernist style at a public swimming pool on the south coast.
After assessing the effects World War II had on what was built immediately after the hostilities, he travels to London and asks how many of the breathtaking towers of steel and glass will still be standing 100 years on.
Rome (BBC2, 9pm)
The action continues as Octavian proclaims a new era of virtue in the Empire, promising to punish adultery, promiscuity and vice.
Elsewhere, Herod's shipment of gold is on its way to Rome, with Mascius assigned to lead the guard, and Pullo faces personal tragedy, redirecting his grief and anger toward Memmio and Omnipur.
The Commander (ITV1, 9pm)
Following the murder of Eric's mother, Blake's desperate search for his whereabouts intensifies and she learns of a second investigation headed up by DCS Frank Marsh, the head of Drugs Squad.
He is running surveillance on Tony Lattice's garden centre, believing that Eric is part of a dangerous underground drugs ring operating from the company.