BBC One, 8.30pm
Jimmy McGovern has created a fictionalised drama around the unprovoked killing of black teenager Anthony Walker in Liverpool in 2005.
BBC Two, 9pm
American reporter Dexter Filkins and Australian photographer Ashley Gilbertson tell of their time embedded with US Marines during the battle for Fallujah in 2004.
Local insurgents had been a thorn in the side of the US/UK forces since the invasion, and the fighting in the decisive battle claimed over 2,000 lives, including about 800 civilians.
As well as tales from the journalists, we also hear what it was like for local woman Nidhal Abed, whose two-year-old son lost his leg in an American missile strike.
Channel 4, 10pm
Documentary on the Swedish man who confessed to more than 30 murders, and was convicted for eight of them.
However, in 2008, he withdrew all of his confessions, and the lack of corroborating evidence, combined with his unreliable accounts, meant the convictions were quashed.
He is now a free man, and in this film explains how he made the confessions to gain attention at a time he was extremely lonely.