Cornwall and Devon Walks with Julia Bradbury (STV, 8pm)

IN tonight’s episode, Bradbury walks five miles along the stunning north Cornish coast, from the picturesque Padstow to the surfing hotspot of Trevone Bay. Along the way, she comes across dramatic coastal landscapes featured in BBC drama Poldark, passes by some of the prettiest secret coves in the country, and gets up close to a herd of fallow deer in the historic Prideaux Estate. To end her epic trek, Julia eats a special fish dish cooked on the beach by local chef Jack Stein.

The Truth About Getting Fit at Home (BBC1, 9pm)

JOURNALIST and blogger Mehreen Baig, who used to hit the gym four times a week, uses the latest science to make sure she’s getting maximum return for her exercise efforts at home. She uncovers new research testing the theory that just one minute of strength training per week on each main muscle group might reduce your risk of diabetes and heart disease. Mehreen also puts dumbbells to the test against resistance bands, looks at wearable fitness tech and investigates whether supplements like “pre-trainers” and protein shakes really work.

This Farming Life (BBC2, 8pm)

IN Northumberland, Emma Gray is preparing for the Skipton Dog Sales and has high hopes for her fully trained two-year-old sheepdog bitch Meg. But, just three days before the sale, Meg starts to show signs of lameness. On the northernmost tip of the Scottish mainland, hill farmer Joyce Campbell is preparing for spring, and her 800 North Country Cheviot ewes are in the final stages of pregnancy. Finally, in the Lake District, Matt and Dani Blair are preparing for a cattle tuberculosis test. Just one positive could put them in lockdown for months.

Grand Designs (C4, 9pm)

GREG and Georgie’s young lives have been marked by illness. Greg had a brain tumour in his early 20s and Georgie has been in treatment for various cancers most of her life. Having met at a charity event, they’re now married and looking to build their first home together. Taking on almost all the work themselves, their highly ambitious plan is to convert a dilapidated 35-year-old barn in Georgie’s parents’ garden in Kent into a peaceful safe haven.