Britain’s Best Home Cook is on BBC One at 8pm.

Tonight’s semi-final sees the remaining hopefuls serve up a selection of canapes suitable for a drinks party.

The Fast Fix, Diabetes is on ITV at 9pm.

Two-part documentary following people, who have Type 2 diabetes, as they attempt to reverse their condition by living on a radical liquid diet. Concludes next week.

Putin’s Russia with David Dimbleby is on BBC One at 9pm.

This documentary follows the veteran broadcaster as he examines why Russian president Vladimir Putin has been able to hold on to power for so long.

How to Start an Airline is on Channel 4 at 10.30pm.

Documentary following businessman Kazi Shafiqur Rahman as he tries to realize his dream of launching a new airline in the UK.

Before Grenfell, A Hidden History is on BBC Two at 9pm.

Documentary in which residents of Kensington in London, and the community around Grenfell Tower, tell the story of how the borough became one of the most unequal places in Britain.

Cricket, England versus Australia is on Sky Sports Main Event at 12.30pm.

Coverage of this one-day international, this first of a five-match series, from the Oval.

Big Beasts, Last of the Giants is on Sky One at 9pm.

Three-part wildlife series in which Patrick Aryee investigates the world’s largest creatures, beginning with sperm whales and grizzly bears.