Best Home Cook (BBC1, 8pm)

CLAUDIA Winkleman presents the final, featuring the last three contestants. To shake things up, the judges present their tasks in a different order to normal. Chris Bavin’s “rustle up” comes first, then it’s one of Angela Hartnett’s tricky recipes in the eliminator. One of the hopefuls will then receive their marching orders, while the other two to take on Mary Berry’s challenge – a full three-course meal which will secure one of them the title. Last in the series.

Phil Spencer’s Stately Homes (More4, 9pm)

PHIL returns for a new run of the series, beginning with a visit to Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, family seat of the Cavendish family and the Dukes of Devonshire. He’s welcomed by the current owner, Peregrine Andrew Morney Cavendish, the 11th duke, known to his friends as “Stoker”. Phil asks what it’s like to live in a property that’s so palatial. In the beautiful grounds, Phil lends a hand by turning on Chatsworth’s famous Emperor Fountain. Then, thanks to virtual reality, the host steps back inside the long-lost Great Conservatory.

Tyson Fury: The Gypsy King (STV, 9pm)

THE heavyweight celebrates a victory over Thomas Schwartz in Las Vegas by enjoying a night of heavy drinking back home in Morecambe and video-calling rival Anthony Joshua. This angers his wife Paris, who is reminded of his alcohol abuse during his years of depression. Fury looks to make amends by treating the family to a day out in Blackpool and booking a family holiday. The boxer then heads to Marbella with his trainer to prepare for his next fight.

My Kind of Town: Ardrossan BBC Scotland, 8pm

TWO-THIRDS of Scots do not live in the major cities or the countryside but in towns. For this new programme, presenter Ian Hamilton and his guide dog Major are off to Ardrossan in North Ayrshire, the coastal town and ferry port. Not a serious investigation, nor a history programme or travelogue, My Kind of Town gets away from the well-worn narrative of run-down small town life and instead gets under the skin of the place. Ian’s quest is to find the community and generational dynamics of this town.