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The Great Bri­tish Bake Off, Chan­nel 4, On Now

The Bake Off gang are back for the tenth series of the sweet-cen­tred Chan­nel 4 show. It has beaten the naysay­ers who were con­vinced it would flop away from the BBC. Judges Pru Leith and Paul Hol­ly­wood, plus hosts Noel Field­ing and Sandi Toksvig, have proven just as pop­u­lar as their pre­de­ces­sors.

The Ap­pren­tice, BBC One, Oc­to­ber

More bru­tal board­room bar­rack­ings are due asTheAp­pren­tice re­turns for series 15.The for­mat re­mains stub­bornly un­changed but mil­lions of fans still glee­fully tune in to see Lord Sugar bark at an­other band of hap­less con­tes­tants be­fore one is fired.

X Fac­tor: All Stars, ITV, TBC

Simon Cow­ell has at­tempted to halt the slide in X-Fac­tor’s rat­ings by scrap­ping or­di­nary folk in favour of an all-star line-up. Ru­moured to be re­turn­ing are pre­vi­ous win­ners Leona Lewis and Alexan­dra Burke, although ShayneWard has ruled him­self out.

Strictly Come Danc­ing, BBC One, Septem­ber 7

Fif­teen celebri­ties are hop­ing to prove they know their salsa from their samba to win the cov­eted Glit­ter­bal­lTro­phy.The line-up is less starry than usual but there are enough fa­mil­iar faces to please fans, in­clud­ing goalie David James,An­neka Rice and BBC Break­fast sports pre­sen­ter Mike Bushell.

Hairy Bikers: Route 66, BBC Two, Septem­ber 12

Si King and Dave My­ers are bik­ing the iconic US Route 66 to ful­fil a life­long am­bi­tion, sam­pling bar­be­qued sheep from the Navajo com­mu­nity and the dishes of the Amish.Along the way, the Ge­ordie duo pull up a seat at the Gold­enLight Cantina in Amar­illo, the old­est diner on the route, be­fore look­ing at the lat­est LA food trends.

Alan Carr’s Epic Gameshow, ITV, TBC

Aimed at fans of game shows Play Your Cards Right, Take Your Pick, Strike It Lucky, Bulls­eye, and The Price Is Right, be­spec­ta­cled co­me­dian Alan Carr is bring­ing them back un­der one “epic” um­brella for a mod­ern reboot. Ex­pect hi­lar­i­ous calamity to en­sue.

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