Best Home Cook (BBC1, 8pm)

THIS week, Mary challenges the cooks to produce their ultimate Sunday brunch, with one stipulation– the dish must include eggs. With only an hour to present their finished meals, it may be the shortest Ultimate yet, but that doesn’t mean the cooks keep things simple as they look to impress the judges. Ayo and Georgia find themselves in the battle of the shakshukas, Oli is inspired by a trip to New York, Robin stays close to home, Suzie and Sarah both cook up their family’s favourites.

Baby Chimp Rescue (BBC2, 8pm)

THERE are more new arrivals at the home, meaning Jimmy and Jenny Desmond now have 28 rescued chimpanzees to look after, including an eight-week-old baby called Gaia. Plans are coming together for the new sanctuary in the forest and the orphans learn to master tools so they can forage for food. But a deadly cold breaks out among the babies, with disastrous consequences.

The Supervet: Noel Fitzpatrick (Channel 4, 8pm)

FRENCH bulldog Hagar is brought in to Noel Fitzpatrick’s surgery after collapsing and struggling to move. Following a medical assessment, Noel realises an exploded disc in the dog’s neck is pressuring its spine and is slowly causing paralysis. The vet also treats Loki, an excitable Staffordshire bull terrier suffering from a problem where the bones in its elbows do not fit properly. Plus, there’s the disturbing case of a cat that has been deliberately shot with an airgun. Nutty’s radius bone is shattered in multiple places, so Noel has his work cut out trying to save her.

Addicted to Painkillers? Britain’s Opioid Crisis (BBC2, 9pm)

In the US, it’s an epidemic. Now new evidence from Public Health England raises concern about the UK’s use of prescription opioids. Dr Michael Mosley investigates this growing problem, meeting patients struggling with addiction and GPs fighting a constant battle to help those suffering from chronic pain.