A Question of Sport: 50 Not Out (BBC1, 7.30pm)

SUE Barker hosts a special edition celebrating 50 years of the quiz. She and regular team captains Phil Tufnell and Matt Dawson take a trip down memory lane as they are joined by three distinguished past guests in four-time major-winning golfer Laura Davies, the most prolific try-scorer in English rugby league history Martin Offiah, and triple world champion gymnast Beth Tweddle, as well as former Rangers and Scotland striker Ally McCoist.

Secret Scotland with Susan Calman (C5, 8pm)

SUSAN Calman returns to uncover more untold tales behind Scotland’s most historic locations. She begins by exploring the beautiful wilds of the Cairngorms and Balmoral Castle. Next, Susan travels to the home of the Braemar Highland Games, where she is taught the techniques of hammer-throwing by a three-time champion. She also visits a special shortbread factory to do some taste-testing, drives the world’s oldest steam wagon, and tries to learn to love Scotland’s most famous export – whisky. Her journey ends as she gets up close to Britain’s rarest mammal, the wildcat.

Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast (C4, 8pm)

FOOD writer Mary Berry joins Jamie Oliver and Jimmy Doherty in their cafe on Southend Pier, where she enjoys a nostalgic seafood feast inspired by her happy family holidays in the West Country. The wander down memory lane features a stuffed whole trout, potted shrimp and a retro crab cocktail, plus bread from Mary’s favourite bakery. Plus, Jimmy rustles up a gorgeously gooey mozzarella and pesto bread.

In Search of Dracula with Mark Gatiss (BBC2, 10.35pm)

HORROR lover Mark Gatiss has co-created a new take on Dracula with former Doctor Who and Sherlock showrunner Steven Moffat. Now he’s fronting this programme in which he explores the character’s creation via author Bram Stoker’s original notes and research material. Gatiss also looks back at the Count’s many screen appearances, from Bela Lugosi to Christopher Lee and beyond.