Mon­day’s Tele­vi­sion Guide

Nottingham Post - - TODAY’S TV -

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.

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