WHAT can’t you miss on TV tonight? Our beam to the must-see shows…
NEW! The Real Marigold on Tour, 9pm, BBC One
The spin-off earnings with some-more OAP adventures, featuring a reduction of stars travelling to far-flung places.
The first part sees Wayne Sleep, Miriam Margolyes, Rosemary Shrager and Bobby George (l-r) conduct to Chengdu in China, where they meet pandas, join in with the internal oldies dancing to keep fit and have a night at the opera.
The comparison adults burst into all the tasks with both feet, despite some denunciation problems. As ever, it’s the friendships in the organisation that creates it such a pleasure to watch.
Foul-mouthed Miriam is the widespread figure, insisting she gets the best bedroom, yelling in English at confused residents and flitting wind.
The way the rest of the organisation dress around her is humorous and touching, and it’s a service to find the show is as gently interesting as before.
NEW! The Hairy Bikers Home for Christmas, 3.45pm, BBC One
It’s about now that TV gets really cosy in the run-up to Christmas and Dave Myers and Si King are happy to abet with two weeks of daily inspirational gratifying food.
This week’s guest embody former heptathlete Denise Lewis, and hazelnut brownies are among the delights on the menu. Be prepared to jot these recipes down – they’re that good.
LAST IN SERIES! Nigella: At My Table, 8.30pm, BBC Two
You’ll wish to mangle in to your Christmas drink sideboard after examination Nigella (above) tonight – she creates such an indulgent-looking fallen chocolate amaretto cake that you’ll be tempted to bake it immediately.
If delectable is some-more your bag, there’s also a cheesy, hammy cake to get your tastebuds tingling. Nigella, it’s been a pleasure dining at your table.
Paul Hollywood: A Baker’s Life, 8pm, Channel 4
Paul (right) is back home on the Wirral making his silent Gill’s (left) unbeatable ginger biscuits, but he looks a little put out to see sealed photos of chefs James Martin and Paul Rankin holding honour of place.
Other stage stealers are primary school kids Colin and Chloe from his hermit Jason’s school, who send Paul off to rinse his hands again.
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