Britain by Bike with Larry & George Lamb, C5, 8pm

THE actor and his TV presenter son are getting back in the saddle for another series of the travelogue in which, as the title suggests, they journey around Britain on two wheels, checking out some of the most spectacular cycle routes. They begin their six-week adventure in Northumberland, which should suit Larry, as he gets to indulge his love of Roman history with a ride along a section of Hadrian’s Wall but, as a self-confessed sceptic, Larry may be less excited about a night in Chillingham, which claims to be Britain’s most haunted castle.

Jane McDonald & Friends, C5, 9pm

TENOR Russell Watson joins the host as she sings some more of her favourite songs. Also appearing are actor-singer Claire Sweeney and her former Brookside castmate Ray Quinn, who went on to come second in The X Factor 2006 and win the fourth series of Dancing on Ice. The cast of Summer Holiday: The Musical, currently touring the UK, join their co-star Quinn in stage. Last in the series.

Gardeners’ World, BBC2, 9pm

MONTY Don looks at how his autumn crops are faring and gives tips on how to keep the garden looking its best. Adam Frost returns to Leicester where he has been helping to create a garden on a new-build estate, Frances Tophill celebrates the summer harvest on her allotment, and Mark Lane takes a look at the Mediterranean planting at Ventnor Botanic Garden on the Isle of Wight.

Dicte – Crime Reporter, More4, 9pm

THE series comes to an end as Dicte discovers she has a sister named Maj – and decides to use her investigative skills to find her. And when she senses her long-lost sibling is hiding something, the reporter calls on the news crew to delve into Maj’s troubled past. It turns out Maj has been targeted by a stalker, but is moving her into Dicte’s place and getting a guard dog the answer?