Bake Off: The Professionals,
C4, 8pm

THE five remaining teams of professional pastry chefs face the scrutiny of judges Cherish Finden and Benoit Blin. One task requires the teams to create 24 layered fruit cake slices and 24 lemon-shaped desserts. For their final challenge, contestants have five hours to create an eclair tower to serve 48 people. Liam Charles and Tom Allen will be keeping order while contestants try to keep their cool.

Hard to Please OAPs,
STV, 8.30pm

MILLIONS around the globe have benefitted from new technology and gadgets, but the pensioners featured in this series are not among them. Instead, they seem to fine new-fangled items more complicated than their tried and tested measures, leaving them baffled by the inventions they have been trying out as part of this eye-opening series. In the penultimate episode, June Brown is asked to try out a cutting-edge pooper-scooper – why is anybody’s guess – and Sheila Ferguson tries out an e-bike. Will either of them be impressed?

The All New Monty: Ladies Night,
STV, 9pm

THIS year, tennis icon Martina Navratilova, former EastEnders star Laurie Brett, Love Island’s Megan Barton-Hanson, So Solid Crew’s Lisa Maffia, Danielle Armstrong from TOWIE and Benidorm’s Crissy Rock are those baring all, with help from last year’s veterans Coleen Nolan and Victoria Derbyshire. The idea is to raise awareness of examining breasts for changes and having regular cervical smear tests. Dancing naked may sound a strange way of going about it, but it worked last year, so here’s hoping it does the same again.

Trust Me,
BBC1, 9pm

IT was debatable whether this series needed a second run with the first so complete. However, the powers that be thought there was more suspense to be gleaned from it, and with such a great cast, including Alfred Enoch, John Hannah and Katie Clarkson-Hill, it’s been well worth a look. In the final offering, Jamie’s life hangs in the balance, and it remains to be seen whether Zoe can save him, or if she is the one who puts his life in danger.