Schedules for the 17th April have been changed slightly with Episode Three of the new series, Victory of the Daleks, now being broadcast on BBC One at 6.30pm.
NB: The BBC HD showing will be delayed until 8.25pm because BBC HD will be showing live football earlier in the evening.
On BBC One the programme will again be preceded on BBC One by Total Wipeout and followed by Over the Rainbow.
On ITV 1 Doctor Who is up against You've Been Framed, Extreme, a series with Harry Hill featuring the best camcorder and mobile phone calamities, the last showing of which was watched by 5 million viewers on 20th March. The last half is up against a new game show The Whole 19 Yards. 19 yards is the distance the contestants have to travel to reach their buzzer - over, under, across and through a gruelling obstacle course. The big hitter in the ITV lineup is the return of Britain's Got Talent at 8pm, the series which launched the career of Susan Boyle last year and the programme which is likely to win the night in ratings terms.
BBC Two offers football with Match of the Day Live and the game between West Bromwich Albion and Middlesbrough, while Channel 4 has Channel 4 News. On Five you can see the 1965 film Major Dundee, an offbeat western starring Charlton Heston and Richard Harris.
Doctor Who Confidential is on BBC Three at 7.15pm, with story writer Mark Gatiss meeting the curator of the Cabinet War Rooms and Churchill Museum to see what the conditions were like at the epicentre of the British war effort. Confidential is repeated on BBC HD at 9.10pm.