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Alison Hammond will be hosting the first episode of Celebrity Bake Off tonight at 6.
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tonight at 6. Alison Hammond will be hosting the first episode of Celebrity Bake Off tonight at 6.

The Great Celebrity Bake Off
7.40pm, Channel 4

Alison Hammond’s debut as co-host for a celebrity edition of the Bake Off brings together a star-studded lineup featuring former Time Lord Jodie Whittaker, Brit award winner Paloma Faith, comedian Munya Chawawa, and Made in Chelsea’s Spencer Matthews. The challengers will face off in two rounds, starting with cake pops followed by the task of recreating the judges, Paul and Prue, in biscuit form. Hollie Richardson.

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8pm, BBC Four

Eric Morecambe’s flailing performance is overshadowed by the skillful interpretation of Edvard Grieg’s concerto by Chinese-American pianist, Zee Zee. Zee performs alongside the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, conducted by Lionel Bringuier. The program also includes playful pieces by Paul Dukas and Rimsky-Korsakov, adding a fantastical touch. Written by Graeme Virtue.

Death in Paradise

9pm, BBC One

If you thought Death in Paradise couldn’t get any more … well, paradisiacal, think again! This week sees the team split across two outrageously idyllic islands. As ever, though, there’s little time for sunbathing; they’ve yet another murder to solve, as a British tourist dies in (you guessed it) mysterious circumstances. Kayleigh Dray

Celebrity Big Brother

9pm, ITV1

The excitement of this reality TV series diminished when Gary Goldsmith, the uncle of Kate Middleton, left the show. However, it continues on with the third week of continuous observation causing exhaustion for the contestants. Anticipate more trickery similar to a “bad cop” style as the show adopts elements from other shows like “The Traitors.”


9pm, Channel 4

This latest installment of the eerie yet captivating competition puts a spotlight on the intense surveillance of British citizens for the entertainment of a gameshow. Will any of our brave twelve evade the hunters for three weeks and claim the grand prize of £100k? Keep an eye out for a noteworthy (and potentially uncooperative) appearance from American singer-songwriter Laura Veirs. PH

Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over USA

9pm, W

“I regret not bringing earplugs because someone is clearly enjoying themselves.” Dooley is staying at a legalized brothel in Nevada to begin a new season of this insightful series. She interviews the proprietors, escorts, and customers, and forms a bond with a 68-year-old prostitute named Erica. HR

Film choice

“Watch The Ghost Goes West on Talking Pictures TV at 2:35pm.”

The Ghost Goes West.

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This film from 1935 is a humorous depiction of British and American cultural differences. It pokes fun at American materialism and the façade of respectability in British society. Robert Donat plays two characters: struggling clan leader Donald Glourie and his ancestor, playboy Murdoch. After dying as a coward, Murdoch is bound to haunt his Scottish castle until he can seek revenge for a slight against his family. Jean Parker plays the lively American whose wealthy father aims to purchase the castle and relocate it to Florida, along with its ghostly inhabitant.

Live sport

“Tomorrow at 12:15pm on BBC Two, the Brighton and Man City teams will face off in a Women’s Super League Football match.”

The location is Broadfield Stadium in Crawley.

The FA Cup match between Chelsea and Leicester will air on BBC One at 12:20pm.

The third quarter-final match between Man Utd and Liverpool will be broadcasted on ITV1 at 2:45pm.

Source: theguardian.com