The Great British Bake Off is on Channel Four at 8pm.

Hosts Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding welcome a twelve new contestants to the tent, where judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith are waiting to set three biscuit-themed challenges.

Holby City is on BBC One at 8pm.

A special episode of the medical drama, which focuses on male mental health. Sacha struggles with his emotions after a devastating surgical outcome for a patient.

Age Before Beauty is on BBC One at 9pm.

In the penultimate episode of the drama. Leanne thinks she’s identified a gap in the beauty market, while Dante confesses a guilty secret. Concludes tomorrow night.

First Dates Hotel is on Channel Four at 9.15pm.

Dating series in which Fred Sirieix and his team head to a luxury hotel in Italy to welcome singletons from all over the UK. Tonight, a policewoman hits it off with a carpenter.

Long Lost Family is on ITV at 9pm.

The series concludes with hosts Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell taking part in an extraordinary double search with just one family.

The Yorkshire Vet is on Channel Five at 8pm.

Return of the rural documentary series. Vet Julian Norton is called out to a pregnant pig, while Peter Wright treats a young calf that has fallen ill.

The Joy of Winning is on BBC4 at 9pm.

Mathematician Hannah Fry hosts this witty guide to the science of success, in which she takes a look at the work of Nobel prize-winner John Nash.