Junior Bake Off (C4, 5pm)

HARRY Hill is back with more culinary adventures of a childlike kind. While Junior Bake Off might not be as popular as its more grown-up version, it’s still tasty viewing. The first eight of the 16 young competitors tackle a Technical of a familiar bake with a twist before creating a fantasy cake inspired by their wildest dreams. Liam Charles returns as a judge, with pastry chef Ravneet Gill replacing Prue Leith.

Bradley & Barney Walsh: Breaking Dad (STV, 8pm)

THE father-and-son team are in Germany this week. They begin in Frankfurt where Bradley agrees to abseil down the side of a building – facing forwards. The duo sample the wares at a bratwurst-themed hotel before tackling the Bavarian tradition of finger-wrestling. Finally, there’s a wet and wild adventure in the mountains to enjoy ... or endure.

The Pembrokeshire Murders (STV, 9pm)

WITH the success of so many true-life crime dramas during the past few years, it should come as no surprise to find another popping up. In this three-parter, DS Steve Wilkins (Luke Evans) decides to re-open two cold cases involving double murders. He hopes advances in forensic science will help his team unmask the killer,

Traces (BBC1, 9pm)

THE Beeb is showing two episodes a week of the first run of the crime drama created by Val McDermid, ahead of a second second series on the Alibi channel later this year. Tonight, Julie criticises Emma for dragging up the past. But it becomes clear that somebody has something to hide when Emma is threatened at knifepoint. Molly Windsor, Michael Nardone and Martin Compston star.

Death in Bollywood (BBC2, 9pm)

IN 2013, New York-born, British-raised rising Bollywood star Jiah Khan was found dead in her bedroom at her family home in Mumbai. She was 25 years old. What appeared to be a six-page suicide note was later found by her sister, but her mother Rabia refused to believe her daughter could have taken her own life. This fascinating, if disturbing, three-part documentary, showing over consecutive nights, examines the case in detail.