The Great British Bake Off, An Extra Slice is on Channel Four at 8pm.

Host Jo Brand is joined by guests, Jonathan Ross and Jamie Laing, to discuss Bread Week, and chat to the latest baker to be eliminated from the show.

EastEnders is on BBC One at 8pm.

Rainie decides to pack her bags, while the victim of the Queen Vic shooting takes a turn for the worse.

Big Brother Launch is on Channel Five at 9pm.

Emma Willis introduces the opening night of the 19th series of the reality show.

A Discovery of Witches is on Sky One at 9pm.

This eight-part fantasy drama starring Teresa Palmer and Matthew Goode. A historian discovers a manuscript that transports her into a world of magic.

Gardeners’ World is on BBC Two at 8pm.

Monty Don makes plans for a colourful spring by planting bulbs and wildflowers, while Nick Bailey visits Powis Castle in Wales.

Ancient Invisible Cities is on BBC Two at 9pm.

In this second documentary, Michael Scott uses 3D scanning technology to reveal the historical secrets of ancient Athens, as he tells the story of the world’s first democracy.

Football, Birmingham City versus West Bromwich Albion is on Sky Sports Main Event at 7pm.

Coverage of tonight’s Midlands derby from St Andrew’s. Kick-off is at seven forty-five.