Day by day – our pick of the TV viewing for the coming week.

Saturday – Alan Carr's Epic Gameshow (ITV, 7.30pm)

The comedian concludes his run of revivals of classic game shows with a round of Bullseye. Will the hoard of prizes include the original show's infamous speedboat...?

Sunday – The Kemps: All True (BBC2, 10pm)

Martin Kemp was in a pop band, Spandau Ballet. They were quite famous and, according to some, fairly decent. This mockumentary sees Rhys Thomas interview Martin and brother Gary about their lives following Spandau Ballet's 40th anniversary. Of course, it's a spoof, so it's not technically 'True'. However, like the Bros doc on which it is allegedly based, it could be TV 'Gold'.

Monday – The Secrets She Keeps (BBC1, 9pm)

Australian psychological thriller starring Jessica De Gouw as Meghan, a rising "mummy blogger" who is pregnant with her third child. To shelf-stacker Agatha (Downton Abbey's Laura Carmichael), who is also pregnant, Meghan seems to have it all. But the two women's lives are about to collide.

Tuesday – How's Your Head, Hun? with Michelle Visage (BBC1, regions vary)

Michelle Visage's BBC3 lockdown chatshow is now coming to BBC1. The Drag Race judge and Strictly Come Dancing graduate is throwing open the doors of her house, recruiting her husband as a cameraman and chatting (remotely) to celebrity guests.

Wednesday – Mrs America (BBC2, 9pm)

Just one look at the cast list alone – the stars include Cate Blanchett, Rose Byrne, Uzo Aduba and Tracey Ullman – was enough to get many viewers excited about this drama series. Set in the US the 1970s, it follows the fight to ratify the Equal Rights Amendment and the backlash it faced.

Thursday – Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story (ITV, 9pm)

On July 3, 2010, 37-year-old Raoul Moat began a two-day shooting spree and spent several days on the run, sparking a massive manhunt before committing suicide. Ten years on, Nicky Campbell hosts a documentary about the case, featuring testimony from the police officers who led the search as well as family members, witnesses and journalists.

Friday – Jamie's Quick & Easy Food (C4, 8pm)

Jamie demonstrates stress-free recipes – hot smoked salmon pasta; spiced, whole roast cauliflower packed with Middle Eastern flavours; a sausage and apple bake; and cherry chard rice.