The Great British Bake Off
8PM, BBC2 It’s week four, and the contestants face a round of baking pies and tarts, including a double-crusted fruit pie and a filo pie centrepiece, created with hand-stretched filo – a nerve-shredding challenge.
Bugging Hitler’s Army
8PM, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC This docudrama tells what happened when high-ranking German prisoners of war were interned in an English country house – wired to record their private conversation.
9/11 – Inside The Twin Towers
9PM, TV3 Originally shown on the Discovery Channel back in 2006, this documentary recounts the events of September 11, 2001, using accounts from emergency services personnel and reconstructions based on evidence from the 9/ 11 Commission Report.
9PM, BBC1 In this week’s episode, the team – now considerably strengthened by Nicholas Lyndhurst’s Dan Griffin – investigate the death of an MP’s researcher, and find themselves pursuing a Bosnian woman. The Midwives
9PM, BBC2 This involving series continues with an episode following the midwives at a Manchester hospital, as they help parents and babies through high-risk pregnancies.
Second Captains Live
10.30PM, RTÉ TWO Formerly of Newstalk’s Off The Ball, Eoin McDevitt, Ciarán Murphy, Ken Early, Simon Hick and Mark Horgan begin a live four-part
show. They’ll be going through the major sports stories of the week, including the Austria v Rep of Ireland match, which precedes the show (RTÉ Two, 7pm).