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Doc­tor Foster BBC ONE, 9.00PM

The great joy of Mike Bartlett’s ad­dic­tive melo­drama lies in try­ing to guess what act of po­ten­tially lifede­stroy­ing in­san­ity his char­ac­ters will com­mit next. Af­ter two weeks in which the ten­sion has ratch­eted up a lit­tle more with each hour, we reach the mid­way point and with it the chance for Gemma (Su­ranne Jones) and Si­mon (Ber­tie Carvel) to take stock of the dam­age their es­ca­lat­ing feud is caus­ing, par­tic­u­larly to their in­creas­ingly trou­bled son Tom (Tom Tay­lor). Will ei­ther of his par­ents come to their senses and no­tice how much he’s strug­gling to cope with their be­hav­iour? Sarah Hughes

The Great Bri­tish Bake Off CHAN­NEL 4, 8.00PM

It’s an­other first on Bake Off, tonight, as we see the in­au­gu­ral Caramel Week. The sticky, sweet sub­stance will be used across all three chal­lenges, in­clud­ing a teatime favourite Sig­na­ture bake and a dou­ble Dutch Tech­ni­cal. Cather­ine Gee

Doc­tor Foster: Su­ranne Jones

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