Tonight's TV Pick: Strictly Soulmates
Strictly Soulmates - 9.00pm, BBC3
How do you find a partner when you aren't allowed to date? That's what tonight's Strictly Soulmates on BBC3 at 9pm explores as three young traditional Muslims allow cameras to follow them as they search for 'The One'.
We're used to watching dating programmes where hopeless romantics look for love online, on Paddy McGuinness's Take Me Out, or after trying out for a partner in a humiliating manner on a reality TV show. However, Strictly Soulmates is a dating show with a twist and tonight's episode is set to give audiences a window onto an otherwise unseen world.
This evening Naila Ahmed is expected to enter into an arranged marriage, Zubair Asghar wants to find a wife who will move to Pakistan with him, and 31-year-old doctor Dimpy Malik reveals why she has already turned down 60 potential husbands who failed to meet her long list of requirements.
Tonight: The Cost Of Going Green - 7.30pm, ITV1
A look at the Government's plans to have 15 per cent of the UK's total energy requirements generated by renewable sources by 2020 and what impact this could have on household bills.
Bermuda Triangle: The Mystery Revealed - 8pm, Channel 5
This may be a repeat, but if you're still bamboozled by the Bermuda Triangle, this documentary is the perfect first step in beginning to understand the mysterious disappearance of aircraft and boats in the area. The programme follows scientists as they embark on an expedition to the feared Triangle between Bermuda, Miami, Florida and Puerto Rico, which has, in the past, spawned a whole host of conspiracy theories, supernatural ponderings and, of course, some classy Triangle-titled TV dramas and films.
WATCH: A clip from tonight's Strictly Soulmates