Monday 7th September
Jamie: Keep Cooking Family Favourites, 8.30pm, Channel 4
Jamie continues with his new series – this time cooking up all things family friendly. Tonight’s episode features an Asian twist on the classic roast chicken, a new way with salmon and a speedy, all-in-one pistachio, tahini and pomegranate cake.
Sue Perkins: Along The US-Mexican Border, 9pm, BBC1
In this two-part documentary series, comedian Sue Perkins travels along one of the world’s most volatile borders, visiting places on either side to discover what life is like for those who live there. Perkins begins her journey at the west of the border in the Mexican city of Tijuana, where she helps Honduran volunteers building a hostel for refugees fleeing violence in their country. Second episode to be aired on Tuesday.
Tuesday 8th September
Love Island USA, 9pm, ITV2
New couplings are afoot as two new singles enter the villa. For Justine that means a friendship might be strained, but she soon finds herself in another boy’s arms.
Wednesday 9th September
Nadiya Bakes, 8.30pm, BBC2
In a new series, Nadiya Hussain shares some of her favourite baking recipes – from everyday treats to indulgent desserts. In tonight’s episode, Nadiya puts her spin on classic recipes, including a blueberry scone pizza, and an Asian take on a traditional toad-in-the-hole.
Thursday 10th September
Celebrity Masterchef, 8pm, BBC1
In the final of a special run of episodes, John and Greg look back at some of the most memorable moments from 15 seasons of Celebrity Masterchef. Tonight, the focus is on the challenges where the contestants have excelled at the highest level, with the presenting duo reflecting on some of the most outstanding dishes and individual success stories. John and Greg also revisit some of their favourite challenges, including one of the final tasks from 2008, in which three celebrities were given the daunting prospect of cooking alongside Marcus Wareing.
I Hate Suzie, 9pm, Sky Atlantic
Comedy drama exploring the fallout a former teen idol experiences after her phone is hacked and private images are leaked to the public. In tonight’s episode, Suzie (Billie Piper) gives a terrible interview and struggles to reconcile her own desires. Meanwhile, Naomi sets about doing some damage control.
Friday 11th September
Gogglebox, 9pm, Channel 4
Capturing real-time reactions to this week’s television highlights, Gogglebox returns with a new series.
Saturday 12th September
Britain’s Got Talent, 8pm, ITV
Ant and Dec return with the second semi final of this year’s Britain’s Got Talent, following the audition episodes broadcast earlier this year. Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Ashley Banjo sit on the judging panel.
Sunday 13th September
Louis Theroux: Life On The Edge, 9pm, BBC2
Louis Theroux reflects on 25 years of his documentaries, interviewing some of his most memorable contributors and discussing their experiences together. In this second episode, Theroux remembers some of his work exploring the theme of desire – ranging from the porn industry to the US opioid crisis. He catches up with former porn star, JJ, who has left his old career to begin a new life in eastern Europe, and drug addict Katila, who is still battling her addiction issues.
The Singapore Grip, 9pm, ITV
New adaptation of the novel by Booker Prize-winner JG Farrell. It’s 1941 Singapore and life for rubber barron Walter Blackett and his family is filled with wealth and privilege. However, new arrivals and a potential Japanese invasion threaten to destabilise their power and stability.