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Tonight's television lineup includes the finale of Big Zuu's foodie tour in Birmingham, promising a fantastic and enjoyable end to the series.
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with a visit to Birmingham Tonight’s television lineup includes the finale of Big Zuu’s foodie tour in Birmingham, promising a fantastic and enjoyable end to the series.

Big Zuu’s 12 Dishes in 12 Hours

10.45pm, ITV1

In this week’s episode of the entertaining food series, Big Zuu visits Valencia, known as the world’s anti-tourism hub, with comedian Sindhu Vee. They indulge in local delicacies such as squid ink paella, tigernut milk, and pumpkin doughnuts. Be prepared to drool as you watch them devour these delicious dishes. Kayleigh Dray.


5.50pm, BBC One

There are more exciting and intense fights coming up with the Gladioli. Paul, a 57-year-old grandfather from Sheffield, is matched up against Phantom. Betti from Bolton, who enjoys throwing tires on farms, will be facing professional rugby player Fury in the Ring. Will she be able to surpass her tough opponent? According to Ali Catterall, it was like being hit by a fence!

The Masked Singer

7.15pm, ITV1

During the double elimination last week, it was revealed that Dippy Egg is actually Nicky Campbell, who is also Davina McCall’s co-host on Long Lost Family. Despite working together for 13 years, Davina was surprised that she didn’t recognize his voice. Maypole was also revealed to be Melody Thornton, formerly from the Pussycat Dolls. Who will be the next celebrity to reveal their identity on the show?

The Traitors Australia

8pm, BBC Three

Admittedly, it hasn’t exactly enjoyed the same hype levels as the UK version, but if you’ve been following the Aussie series, get the goblets and cloaks out for a tense and unpredictable climax. And if you’ve missed the show before now (too busy watching Harry lie his way to victory?), you can catch up with the whole thing on iPlayer. HR

The third installment of BBC’s Love Songs collection.

8.35pm, BBC Two

The Carpenters perform on Love Songs at the BBC Volume 3.

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Get ready for a love-filled week with the third installment of romantic songs from the BBC archives, featuring artists such as the Carpenters, Meat Loaf, and Rihanna. If you’re not feeling the love, switch to the 9:35 pm slot for heart-wrenching hits from Lewis Capaldi, Sting, and Toni Braxton. HR

Señorita 89

9pm, BBC Four

In this week’s dramatic back-to-back episodes of Señorita 89, a surprising truth is uncovered, a vengeful scheme is set in motion, and a heated legal battle unfolds. However, these events pale in comparison to the looming threat of Raúl’s plan to eliminate the women of La Encantada. Despite this, there is still a chance to win a beauty pageant and expose Raúl’s true intentions. KD

Live sport

The Man City and Everton football teams will face off at 11am on TNT Sports 1 in the Premier League. Later, the match between Nottingham Forest and Newcastle will be broadcasted at 5pm on Sky Sports Main Event.

The Six Nations Rugby Union match between Scotland and France will be broadcasted at 1:15pm on BBC One, followed by the England and Wales match at 4pm on ITV1.

Source: theguardian.com