DIY SOS: The Big Build, 9pm, BBC1
Nick Knowles meets the Sweet family in Weston-super-Mare, whose three children have all been diagnosed with multiple rare illnesses and will soon be full-time wheelchair-users. All three children now struggle with basic normal life at home, unable to undertake simple tasks without help, and with Louisa rapidly losing her teenage independence instead of gaining it, DIY SOS and local volunteers step up to help this deserving family.
Bake Off The Professionals: The Final, 8pm, Channel 4
The search for the best patisserie team in Britain comes to an end, as Liam Charles and host Stacey Solomon welcome teams of pastry chefs hailing from establishments in Manchester, Cumbria, Wiltshire, Birmingham and London. In the final, they’ll face two days of tricky challenges judged by world-class pâtissiers, before the winning team is announced.
Alex Scott: The Future of Women’s Football, 10:50pm, BBC 1
The growth of women's football has been rapid in recent years, and in a new BBC film, former England player Alex Scott looks at what's next. The presenter and pundit speaks to players, managers, journalists and representatives from the Football Association about the opportunities that have come with television rights and bigger attendances. At the same time, she asks tough questions about trolling, diversity and support for young mothers.
Christian, 10pm, Sky Atlantic
This new Sky Atlantic drama follows a man who lives in a desolate neighbourhood on the outskirts of Rome and has the power to cure people with his hands. Starring Edoardo Pesce, we’re hoping this Italian-language drama is just as good as Sky hits Gomorrah and Mad Dog.
The Great, 10pm, Channel 4
The Emmy-nominated drama returns for a second series, which now sees Catherine taking the Russian throne. Series two kicks off four months after Catherine launched a coup against her husband, gaining the upper hand in her war against Peter. The fact that he is deeply in love with Catherine and their unborn child does little to dissuade her from taking his throne. Stars Elle Fanning, Nicholas Hoult and Phoebe Fox.
Commonwealth Games, 7pm, BBC1
Clare Balding presents live coverage as the 22nd Commonwealth Games is officially opened at Birmingham's Alexander Stadium. The creative team behind the ceremony includes Peaky Blinders' writer and creator Steven Knight, and it is expected to showcase West Midlands talent and diversity. The ceremony will end with the Competitors' Oath and the finale to the Queen's Baton Relay, which has travelled 90,000 miles around every nation and territory in the Commonwealth.
Neighbours: The Finale, 9pm, Channel 5
It’s the last-ever episode of Aussie hit TV show Neighbours. Tonight, Jane and Mike go on a trip down memory lane, Susan struggles to accept the reality of what's happening, and Toadie and Melanie's wedding begins. Features guest appearances from some of the show’s most famous faces, including Kylie Minogue, Jason Donovan and Margot Robbie.
Kate Bush at the BBC, 8pm, BBC2
Fresh from her recent chart surge for Running Up That Hill – thanks to Stranger Things – this show is an hour-long compilation of the singer's performances at the BBC's studios between 1978 and 1994. Bush appeared on a variety of programmes, including Top of the Pops, Wogan, Ask Aspel, Saturday Night at the Mill and the Leo Sayer Show. Expect all the hits – from Wuthering Heights, Babooshka, and Hounds of Love – alongside lesser-known material.
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