Nadiya’s Family Favourites, BBC2, 8pm
NADIYA Hussain makes indulgent dishes for special treats, including a ham and cheese crown that’s fit for royalty, creamy spinach and paneer kati rolls, a fluffy chicken and rice bake that’s bursting with flavour, and sticky syrup sponge balls. Nadiya’s quest to make the perfect rice takes her to a laboratory in Bristol where she meets rice expert Dr Stuart Farrimond, while her desire to understand more about where honey comes from lands her at Robert Nemeth’s beehives in Hassocks, West Sussex. Last in the series.

Travel Man: 48 Hours in Zurich, Channel 4, 8.30pm
NEW series. Crystal Maze presenter Richard Ayoade returns with the offbeat tourism show and is joined in the first edition by comedian Frank Skinner for a short break in Switzerland’s largest city. Their two-day break in Zurich features trips to a football museum and the Cabaret Voltaire, which was the birthplace of the Dada art movement, while they also go on the steepest funicular railway in the world, pay homage to the Swiss army knife and go for a pedalo ride on Lake Zurich.

Celebrity Big Brother: Live Final, Channel 5, 9pm
SO that’s almost that then. What with Hardeep’s Singh Kohli’s snoring and flatulence keeping the housemates awake, Kirstie Alley’s rib-tickling thoughts on life, and Ryan Thomas’s infectious laugh, this has been one of the best series in years. Okay, many could have done without Natalie Nunn’s backbiting, but some of Roxanne Pallett’s quips made up for it. Nick Leeson (or was it Paddy from Emmerdale in disguise?) generated a lot of interest – unlike the cash he famously lost, and the rest of the inmates all proved value for money.