The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up To Cancer, C4, 8pm

PRESENTERS Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding, along with judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith, welcome four more celebrities into the tent to expose their soft centres. Broadcaster Jeremy Paxman, comedian Joe Wilkinson, actress Sally Lindsay and reality star Georgia Toffolo make characterful biscuits for their signature challenge, followed by a technical that leaves them nowhere to hide. Finally, they make a cake in the shape of their favourite hobby.

Road to Brexit, BBC2, 10pm

MATT Berry offers his unique take on Brexit in this one-off comedy. Reuniting with collaborator Arthur Mathews for the first time since Toast of London, Berry plays rogue historian Michael Squeamish, who’s on a mission to discover the origins of Brexit. Through creative use of archive footage and filmed interviews, the programme unashamedly plays fast and loose with the facts for a surreal whistlestop tour of Britain’s relationship with Europe.

Inside the Factory, BBC2, 8pm

GREGG Wallace visits a cheese factory in Gateshead, where 3000 tonnes of spreadable cheese are produced every year. He follows the production of jalapeno chilli flavoured cheese, from a 28,000-litre delivery of milk to 5400 squeezy tubes. Meanwhile Cherry Healey finds out how bacteria are responsible for the huge variety in the smell, taste and appearance of cheeses.

The Yorkshire Ripper Files: A Very British Crime Story, BBC4, 9pm

IT would become the UK’s biggest ever criminal manhunt: one man murdered 13 women and attacked at least eight others before he was finally arrested, initially for driving with false number plates, in 1981. This three-part documentary, shown over consecutive nights, poses the question: did 1970s attitudes to women influence the police investigation and leave Peter Sutcliffe free to kill again and again?