Bringing You the Daily Dispatch

Culture TV and Radio

“Tonight’s television lineup: the most crispy moments from the Bake Off competition.”

The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice

8pm, Channel 4

Alison Hammond did a great job as co-host for the first time, while Nicky had a dry beaver. The technical challenge was to make a treacle pudding, but unfortunately many bakers ended up with raw sludge on their plates. Despite criticism of the season being boring, there were still many memorable moments on the Great British Bake Off. On the final episode of Extra Slice, Jo Brand and Tom Allen are joined by hosts Hammond and Noel Fielding, along with super fan Jonathan Ross (who was a contestant in 2015), to discuss the series. Hollie Richardson

The Art of Film With Ian Nathan

8pm, Sky Arts

Nathan’s format of using a low-budget monologue, clips, and interviews with critics may seem repetitive, but he consistently offers a list of great movies to check off. His recommendations for biopics, such as The Magic Box, Nixon, and Malcolm X, are sure to reignite your interest in these films. – Jack Seale

Rescuing People in the Ocean

8pm, BBC Two

The charming towns of Bembridge and Anstruther may seem peaceful, but they are actually the starting points for some of the most daring rescue operations by the RNLI. A task near the Isle of Wight becomes more difficult due to the boat’s experienced captain, who is known for his salty seafaring ways. In Scotland, a man sustains serious injuries after falling into the harbor. Ellen E Jones

This evening: Replacements for Knees & Hips – The Longest Line in Britain?

8.30pm, ITV1

Approximately 10% of people in the UK are estimated to have arthritis in their hip or knee. However, with over 1 million individuals on the NHS’s orthopaedics waiting list, some suffer in pain for years before receiving treatment. Dr. Zoe Williams examines this problem and explores alternative options to surgery. HR

Fighting for Justice Against My Abusive Teacher

9pm, BBC One

H cannot reword.

Last year, Nicky Campbell, a BBC presenter, revealed that he had experienced abuse while attending a private school in Scotland during the 1970s. In this week’s episode of Panorama, two other former students came forward to share their experiences of sexual and physical abuse by a teacher, and called for their abuser to be brought back to the UK to face consequences. HRH cannot reword.


is a popular reality competition show featuring drag queens from the United Kingdom.

The British version of RuPaul’s Drag Race is a well-known reality competition where drag queens compete.

9pm, BBC Three

After nine weeks of competing, which included risqué puppet performances and intense insult battles, the fifth season of the prestigious drag competition reaches its peak. The remaining contestants must walk the runway in a unique music video to determine who will be crowned the Drag Race UK Superstar and celebrated in front of their disappointed enemies. Graeme Virtue

Live sport

Sky Sports Golf will air the first day of the Hero World Challenge, a PGA Tour Golf tournament held at the Albany Golf Course in the Bahamas, starting at 6:30pm.

Source: theguardian.com