Great British Menu: The Finals, BBC2, 8pm

ARRIVING at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London, the contenders are shown the location for the banquet – the almost 300-year-old Great Hall. Oliver Peyton then reveals it’s the guests who will be voting to elect an overall champion of champions. The pressure intensifies as said guests arrive, including NHS Heroes from across the country, judges who helped to select the menu, and banquet host Jenny Agutter, star

of Call the Midwife.

The Big Audition, STV, 9pm

A BEHIND-the-scenes look at the casting world, focusing on CITV’s search for a new presenter for children’s show Scrambled. Hopefuls include seasoned host Tinea, inexperienced Alyce, and Kerry, a dancer whose stage career ended when she broke her leg. The full implications of hand modelling are revealed – a world of sleeping in gloves, extensive use of moisturiser and avoiding the washing-up – as cosmetics brand Barry M auditions for a hand model to show off its range.

Would I Lie to You? BBC1, 9.30pm

LEE Mack and David Mitchell are two of the finest panel game contestants in the business but look like mere amateurs compared to Bob Mortimer, the comedy legend who manages to blur the lines between fantasy and reality so successfully on this show. It’s back for a 12th run and while host Rob Brydon, and captains Mack and Mitchell are present and correct, fans are in for a treat as Mortimer will also be taking part.

Beats, Bass and Bars: The Story of Grime, BBC4, 10pm

THE latest compelling documentary from BBC4 examines grime (that’s a form of dance music with hard-hitting lyrics influenced by UK garage, in case you’re wondering). Rapper Rodney P looks at its rise from east London’s council estates to its status as one of the most important British musical movements since punk and discovers that grime can only really be understood as part of a broader social narrative and ever-evolving musical culture.