Bake Off: The Professionals, C4, 8pm
LIAM Charles and Tom Allen host the next stage of the patisserie contest, in which the three best teams from both sets of heats are brought together, facing new rivals and yet more demanding challenges as they strive to impress judges Cherish Finden and Benoit Blin. For their first task, the six teams must each prepare 24 classic croissants and 24 Viennoiserie in just four hours. The second challenge involves preparing a romantic sugar showpiece.

Poldark, BBC1, 9pm
ROSS and Demelza make a determined effort to save their marriage, but as Hugh’s health continues to deteriorate, it places yet more pressure on the couple. Hugh’s condition also jeopardises his chances of running for election and bringing George’s devastating reign as member for Truro to an end – which leads to Falmouth trying to persuade Ross to step in. At the Sawle Feast, Tom challenges Sam to a wrestling match – and Emma offers herself as the prize.

Classic Brit Awards 2018, ITV, 10.30pm
WHAT a wonderful 12 months it’s been for classical music, with a wealth of fine recordings stirring the souls of countless listeners, whether via film, TV, games or just as LP releases. The ceremony comes from the Royal Albert Hall, with Myleene Klass (pictured, right) and Alexander Armstrong the hosts. The latest celebration will feature Alfie Boe and Michael Ball, along with Andrea Bocelli, Welsh bass-baritone Bryn Terfel and Britain’s Got Talent 2017 winner Tokio Myers. There’s also a celebration of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s work.