Remarkable Places To Eat (BBC2, 8pm)

FRED Sirieix travels to Vienna in the company of food writer Rachel Khoo. The duo begin in the city’s first district, the epicentre of coffee house culture. Here, Rachel takes Fred to the Cafe Demel, known for its exquisite cakes. Moving on, they learn how to make a spinach, cream and bread dumpling, before meeting a trailblazing chef taking the city by storm. Finally the duo end their evening with a visit to one of the city’s many sausage stands.

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You Are What You Wear (BBC1, 8.05pm)

RYLAN Clark-Neal hosts the fashion makeover show, with volunteers including an Essex pawnbroker who has put off his wedding three times because he has lost confidence in his looks, and a biker chick from Newport Pagnell, who rocks up wanting a funked-up feminine look. The experts also get their hands on a stay-at-home mother who wants her fashion mojo back after battling a brain condition, and a lifelong military man who would like a smart casual look perfect for a single gentleman in his sixties.

The School That Tried To End Racism (C4, 9pm)

THIS new series follows members of a school as they try to help its students uncover and eradicate hidden racial biases. Led by experts, a class of 11 to 12-year-olds take part in activities designed to challenge everything they thought they knew about race. In episode one, the students are tested for racial bias and split into different work groups according to their skin colour.

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Make Me Famous (BBC1, 9.05pm)

WHILE E4 celebrates the 20th anniversary of Big Brother, some wonder about the impact of fame on reality TV stars. That’s the theme of this one-off drama penned by DJ Reggie Yates. It centres on Billy (Tom Brittney), who a year ago thought his life was set to change after appearing on a reality show. However, while some contestants’ careers are thriving, tabloid stories force his vulnerabilities to the surface.