The Clampers (9.30pm BBC1) Hugely entertaining new docu-soap following the daily barrage of abuse suffered by traffic wardens operating in Southwark, south London. Star of the piece is Ray ("loads of clamps today, yeah"), who bears a happy resemblance to PC Goodie in The Thin Blue Line. He's joined by burly bailiff Keith, who tows away cars from those who haven't paid their parking fines.
Lord of the Flies (12.05am BBC1) Harry Hook (son of Hilary Hook, the subject of that fabulous BBC documentary about an old colonial adapting to life in Britain, Home from the Hill) followed up his promising debut, The Kitchen Toto, with this adaptation of William Golding's parable. It changes the public school-boys into cadets from an American military academy, and, while nowhere as adventurous as Peter Brook's 1963 version, Hook ellicits some nice performances from his young cast.