EAT WELL FOR LESS?
8PM, BBC1 HHH Karen and John Killeen’s grown-up children have called in Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin to help their parents, who have been relying on sweets, snacks and takeaways to get through some emotionally tough times.
UGLY HOUSE TO LOVELY HOUSE WITH GEORGE CLARKE
8PM, CH4 HHH
In southwest London, Matt and Kevin’s home stands out for all the wrong reasons: it’s a 1930s eyesore amid its elegant Victorian and Edwardian neighbours. George Clarke oversees a dramatic transformation.
THE APPRENTICE BEST BITS
9PM, BBC1 HHHH
The advertising task is one of Lord Sugar’s favourites, and it’s one the contestants so often get spectacularly wrong. Here’s a round-up of memorable highs and lows.
THE TRUMP SHOW
9PM, BBC2 HHHH In part two of three, we hear from key figures – including attorney/adviser Rudy Giuliani and political strategist Steve Bannon – about how the President weathered the scandals and setbacks of his second year in office, including sordid allegations about Donald Trump’s personal life.
9PM, CH4 HHHH
The second episode sees Katherine Parkinson forgetting how balloons work – if you’re a fan of the show, it all makes perfect sense.
FRIDAY SECRET SCOTLAND WITH SUSAN CALMAN
8PM, CH5 HHH
Susan begins her tour of Aberdeenshire and Angus with a visit to Glamis Castle, the Queen Mother’s childhood home. She also explores the history of the Scottish crown jewels, tours the V&A Dundee, and learns more about Scots Gaelic – Britain’s largest minority language.
HAVE I GOT NEWS FOR YOU
9PM, BBC1 HHHH
Jennifer Saunders takes on the hosting duties in tonight’s new edition of the satirical news quiz, and is joined by guest panellists Matt Forde and Ayesha Hazarika.
9PM, BBC2 HHHH In the last of the series, Monty Don offers advice on protecting wildlife and tender plants in the months ahead, while Joe Swift learns about looking after historic gardens.
FRIDAY ON THE FARM
9PM, CH5 HHH Brothers Rob and Dave leave Cannon Hall to help out on a neighbour’s farm in Barnsley – but Dave has never driven a combine harvester before. How will he get on?
Helen Skelton and Jules Hudson present.