This Week on the Farm (C5, 8pm)

HELEN Skelton and Jules Hudson are back with another helping of drama from Cannon Hall Farm in South Yorkshire. There’s a chance to meet one of the best-named Shetland stallions ever: Jon Bon Pony. Alas, he’s in danger of being put out to pasture after losing his interest in the ladies. Cameras also follow Xander the feisty alpaca, who needs his teeth attended to, and there’s a look at awkward Orchid, the one-tonne Shire horse who has an important appointment with the blacksmith. Over in Nottinghamshire, shepherdess Elizabeth Kneafsey spends her whole lambing season camping out in the same field as her sheep.

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Bake Off: The Professionals (C4, 8pm)

LIAM Charles and Tom Allen welcome the four remaining teams to face the challenges of chocolate week. The first round features a mystery assignment that will test the competitors’ instincts and teamwork, while the second challenge is to construct a towering showpiece inspired by a famous skyline, incorporating geometric chocolate tarts and moving parts.

24 Hours in A&E (C4, 9pm)

A 74-YEAR-OLD man is brought in after being found in a confused state by his son. Doctors discover signs of a brain injury, leading his children to reveal the tragedy that befell their father and the shattering effect it has had on his life. A woman who fell down the stairs at her granddaughter’s 16th birthday is also in need of treatment, and her daughter is reminded of a phone call that changed their lives forever. Meanwhile, in pediatrics, a talkative nine-year-old is treated for a rash on his ankle.

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Ben Fogle: New Lives in the Wild (C5, 9pm)

FOGLE revisits former war correspondent Julius Strauss and his wife Kristin, who live in British Columbia. Their home is in the middle of a mountainous region that is home to grizzly bears. On his first visit, Fogle was shocked to discover the impact hunting had on the animals. Years later, the couple’s campaigning has helped introduce new protections, but a new problem has arisen – wildfires during summer months. The couple must engage in constant fire drills to be prepared. Last in the series.