BBC One controller Jay Hunt launched the channel's autumn schedule at the Soho Hotel in London this morning, and while a lot of it looked geared at the ladies (Stop press! Alesha replaces Arlene as judge on Strictly!), one or two programmes really stood out for us too.
The excellent drama Criminal Justice will be back, as will QI and Gavin & Stacey, for its final series. But the one that really caught our attention was Wounded, a 90-minute documentary which follows two soldiers as they fly back to the UK having endured horrific injuries on duty in Afghanistan. One lost a leg and possibly his sight after setting off an IED, while the other lost his legs and an arm to a booby-trapped sandbag. The film follows their recovery in hospitals and rehabilitation centres and - on the strength of what we saw today - looks set to be distressing and uplifting in equal measure.
At the other end of the spectrum was Walk On The Wild Side, where animals (including the marmot above left), are given human voiceovers - an idea that we like to think came about when a group of commissioners sat around watching this clip. Either way, they decided to make a show in which an Apprentice boardroom scenario is recreated by a group of meerkats, which was always going to make us happy. Stay tuned.