'Succession', 'Diana: Queen of Style' and 'The Outlaws': The 5 best things on TV Monday, 15 November

Monday night's TV highlights. (HBO/Channel 4/BBC)
Monday night's TV highlights. (HBO/Shutterstock/BBC)

Everyone's favourite TV drama continues tonight with the Roy family's latest episode of Succession on Sky Atlantic.

Channel 4 is taking a look back over Princess Diana's most iconic outfits in Diana: Queen of Style, while on Channel 5 Kate Humble is teaching us some eco tricks with Good Life, Green Life.

Read more: Everything new streaming on Netflix in November

Ed Balls concludes his two-part care home documentary in BBC Two's Inside the Care Crisis, and BBC One continues Stephen Merchant's community service sitcom The Outlaws.

The best things on TV tonight, Monday 15 November, 2021

Succession - Sky Atlantic - 9pm

The Roys face a health - and shareholder - crisis. (HBO)
The Roys face a health - and shareholder - crisis. (HBO)

After last week's health crisis for Logan, the Roy family's relationship with their shareholders is on shaky ground.

Kendall finds himself having to work together with the rest of Waystar and Logan's health shows no signs of improving as chaos ensues for the family and the company.

Read more: Succession series 3 - the Roy family battle lines so far

Diana: Queen of Style - Channel 4 - 10pm

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Shutterstock (2662657b).Princess Diana dances with John Travolta.White House dinner, Washington DC, America - 09 Nov 1985.
Remembering Princess Diana's most iconic looks. (Shutterstock)

Princess Diana is still recognised as one of the greatest style icons in British history and this documentary explores her life through her most famous outfits.

From her wedding dress to her "revenge dress", the programme remembers some instantly recognisable looks from her wardrobe and the moments they related to.

The Outlaws - BBC One - 9pm

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Chriostopher Walken stars in 'The Outlaws'. (Big Talk/Four Eyes/Gavin Bond)

Stephen Merchant's acclaimed sitcom follows a group of Bristolians carrying out their community service and an unexpected crime that draws them together.

In tonight's episode, the facts of the robbery become clearer and Frank looks back over the bad choices he's made since his 1980s glory days.

Read more: How Stephen Merchant landed Christopher Walken for The Outlaws

Kate Humble: Good Life, Green Life - Channel 5 - 8pm

Kate Humble Green Life Good Llife. Presenter Kate Humble sitting in front of the willow pergola with her 2 dogs
Kate Humble's tricks and tips for a green life. (Channel 5)

Farmer Kate Humble knows more than most of us about how to lead a greener, more sustainable life, and here she shares some of her tips and tricks that viewers can try out at home.

She demonstrates how to create a garden pond that can encourage fast-disappearing wildlife and shows how we can all forage for food.

Inside the Care Crisis with Ed Balls - BBC Two - 9pm

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Ed Balls explores the care crisis. (Expectation Entertainment/Stuart Wood)

Last week, Ed Balls began his documentary by moving into a care home to see how the pandemic and the care crisis was affecting staff and residents.

In the second episode, he's leaving behind the care home to find out more about home care - and paints an equally bleak picture about the issues we face, although there are inspiring stories about the difference carers can make.

Watch: Meet Succession stars Nicholas Braun and Matthew Macfadyen