Noughts + Crosses (BBC1, 9pm)

THE McGregors receive devastating news that rocks their family, while Kamal is inaugurated as prime minister and tightens racial laws across Albion, all the while battling to keep his personal secrets in the past. Sephy desperately tries to get through to Callum, but he is being pulled further and further into the Liberation Militia. As Callum takes matters into his own hands, Meggie introduces the Hadleys to someone who makes Sephy question everything she has ever known.

Gordon, Gino and Fred: American Road Trip (STV, 9pm)

GORDON Ramsay, Gino D’Acampo and Fred Sirieix are loading up their RV for another road trip. It will take in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Texas, but they are starting in Mexico. Gino has been there before for his series An Italian in Mexico and is keen to show off his culinary insider knowledge, but will it give him an advantage when it comes to chilli-eating competition? The trio also go in search of the world’s best breakfast, try spear fishing and take part in a beach-buggy race that proves more dramatic than expected.

Hospital (BBC2, 9pm)

THE final episode looks at radical new treatments and surgeries offering cancer patients hopes of survival, including two-year-old Yeshua, who has a tumour in his abdomen. In Iraq, where he was born, Yeshua was given a 5% chance of survival. Although high doses of chemotherapy have shrunk the tumour over the past six months, in order for Yeshua to survive he needs an extremely complicated 12-hour operation at Alder Hey Children’s Hospital to remove as much of the growth as possible. Last in the series.

Born To Be Different (C4, 9pm)

THE second of two documentaries catching up with the individuals as they tackle the reality of leaving home and going it alone. Emily is working the hospital wards as part of her course. Although she is doing great, her disability is throwing up some challenges. Zoe is struggling with her law degree and is not sure that university is for her after all. However, things are much more serious for William and Shelbie, whose futures remain uncertain as their families battle to keep them alive.

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