Monday’s Television Guide
GREAT BRITISH MENU 7.30pm, BBC2
Chefs compete for a chance to cook at a banquet celebrating 70 years of the NHS, beginning with three contestants from the North East region.
SNOWDONIA SHEPHERDESS 7.30pm, BBC1
Documentary following 26-year-old Teleri Fielden, who won a scholarship to run National Trust farm Llyndy Isaf in North Wales for a year. Teleri is determined to break into the maledominated industry, but will she be able to cope with lambing on one of the toughest farms in Snowdonia?
WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? 9pm, BBC1
Barrister Robert Rinder follows the story of his Holocaust survivor grandfather, and heads to Latvia to investigate the mystery surrounding his great-grandfather.
HOW TO GET RICH QUICK 8pm, Channel 4
Dave Fishwick meet sisters Bev and Wendy, who want to double their money with their arts and crafts hobby. There is also some invaluable insight into the world of investment as the businessman introduces Granny Mags to the world of the London Stock Exchange.
BOLLYWOOD: THE WORLD’S BIGGEST FILM INDUSTRY 9pm, BBC2
Anita Rani explores the world of Indian cinema, revealing the secrets behind an industry that employs more than a quarter of a million people.
TRAFFIC COPS 8pm, Channel 5
This edition focuses on North Yorkshire Police targeting crossborder criminals, with a fifth of theft and drug dealing committed by crooks from outside the area. Sergeant Paul is on high alert after a stolen car linked to a recent suspected firearms incident is spotted on his patch.
HUMMINGBIRD 11.05pm, Channel 5
A haunted special forces soldier returns to London from Afghanistan and assumes another man’s identity, hoping to make a fresh start. He is drawn into the city’s criminal underworld, where his skills prove valuable to the highest bidder, and plots revenge against the gangster who killed his girlfriend. Crime thriller, with Jason Statham, Agata Buzek, Vicky Mcclure, Benedict Wong, Ger Ryan, Youssef Kerkour, Victoria Bewick and Christian Brassington.