We are all aware that building land is at a premium but in the capital city of London a narrow gap between two buildings, just 10ft wide, is being turned into a luxury home that could fetch as much as £2.7 million. The disused alleyway, which used to lead to the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, will be transformed into a 1,500 sq ft property. The four-storey house will have three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a ground-floor courtyard and a roof terrace with views over Regent's Park.
BBC one is offering new series with Len Goodman's Partners in Rhyme, a lyrical game show, in which two would-be poets battle it out through three rhyme-based challenges in a bid to claim a place in the final round, where they could win a holiday. People Just Do Nothing is a spoof documentary following the people behind west London pirate radio station Kurupt FM returns. Ambulance is a documentary revealing the work of the West Midlands Ambulance Service.
BBC TWO sees the return of Dragons' Den with a short introduction to Dragons' Den's new panellists, Tej Lalvani, CEO of vitamins company Vitabiotics, and Jenny Campbell, founder of ATM provider YourCash Europe Ltd before the main programme. Astronauts: Do You Have What it Takes? is a new series which features a group of 12 people competing against each other through six weeks of astronaut training, with the winner receiving support in pursuing a career with a space agency. Ill Behaviour is a new comedy series about a man who reconnects with his old school friends in the wake of his divorce.
Channel4 has the returning series of Amazing Spaces Shed of the Year presented by George Clarke. From Russia to Iran: Crossing the Wild Frontier is a new documentary that sees Levison Wood travel across the Caucasus mountain range, which run for 2600 miles across five countries on the border between Europe and Asia. The State is a new drama series following the experiences of four British men and women who left their lives behind to join Isis in 2015. Streetmate sees Scarlett Moffatt host a revival of the dating show, taking to the streets of Britain to unite single people. Other new series include Jamie's Quick & Easy Food, Superfoods: The Real Story, Location, Location, Location, Lego Masters, The Crystal Maze and Starting Up, Starting Over.