Mary Berry’s Simple Comforts (BBC2, 8pm)

MARY Berry explores the world of simple comfort food, demonstrating how to make heart-warming, fuss-free dishes that can lift the spirits. Mary takes a journey along the Thames in London to discover culinary hidden gems that inspire her to make some deliciously comforting dishes. Her journey starts with the Henley Rowing Club, before heading to The Waterside Inn, the world-famous three Michelin Star restaurant run by the Roux family. Later, Mary discovers an oasis floating on the Thames when she meets an established river community who have turned their barges into gardens.

Location, Location, Location: 20 Years and Counting (C4, 8pm)

KIRSTIE Allsopp and Phil Spencer look back over two decades of house-hunting together. In this episode, Kirstie and Phil recall times they helped house-hunters who were more focused on the gardens rather than the houses themselves. Architect Sam seeks a renovation project, while wife Becky wants a large garden so she can grow and sell flowers. Elsewhere, keen gardener Liz and John are in rented accommodation, so have limited scope and long for their own sprawling green, outdoor space.

Walking Britain’s Roman Roads (C5, 8pm)

THE Romans have done a lot for us, and not just the sanitation, the medicine, education, wine, public order, irrigation, the fresh-water system, and public health. There’s also the roads and as this, the first in a new(ish) series reveals, they tie much of the UK together. Dan Jones begins his journey by exploring the country’s oldest and longest, which runs from the Kent coast to Shropshire and passes through key sites of Emperor Claudius’ invasion and Boudicca’s rebellion.

Ambulance (BBC1, 9pm)

THE Bafta Award-winning documentary series returns for a new run as cameras follow a whole new cast of characters at the London Ambulance Service. Call handler Abbie takes an emergency 999 call for a patient having a seizure at work, while ambulance crew Kate and Femi are dispatched to a young man who is struggling to breathe.