Bake Off: The Professionals, C4, 8pm

THE recent run of The Great Celebrity Bake Off For Stand Up to Cancer gave us a chance to check out the talents of some very amateur bakers – Caroline Flack and Georgia “Toff” Toffolo’s showstoppers come to mind – but now it’s the turn of experts in the shape of teams from top hotels, restaurants and small businesses. In the first of two heats, six duos must craft batches of linzer tortes and bakewell tarts before reinventing red velvet cake as a showpiece.

Your Home Made Perfect, BBC2, 8pm

SUZANNE and Danny have wildly differing views on how to improve their cramped 1960s bungalow in Bedfordshire. With three children and only two usable bedrooms, they’re in urgent need of help, but Suzanne wants style and a wow factor and Danny is fixated on storage and practicality.

Architects Laura Jane Clark and Robert Jamison, joined by presenter Angela Scanlon, go head-to-head to win the commission to transform a dysfunctional space into a spectacular and practical home.

Surgeons: At the Edge of Life, BBC2, 9pm

AT Birmingham Children’s Hospital, a surgical team led by consultant paediatric urology and transplant surgeon Liam McCarthy must transplant a kidney from a father to his two-year-old son. Meanwhile, consultant paediatric cardiac surgeon David Barron – a specialist in heart conditions diagnosed before birth – performs an intricate 12-hour operation on three-year-old Madison.

Trust Me, BBC1, 9pm

JAMIE faces up to his past, while his investigation drags the staff into their own unnerving nightmares. Corporal Jamie McCain is left with a spinal injury after a shock attack. When patients die unexpectedly around him, Jamie’s paranoia intensifies. Is the threat real or imagined? The second season of Dan Sefton’s psychological drama reaches its penultimate episode. Starring Alfred Enoch, John Hannah, Ashley Jensen, Katie Clarkson-Hill and Richard Rankin.