This week in TV, Holby City says goodbye with the final ever episode, Gordon Ramsay is on the hunt for the next big thing in food and drink and Jimmy Carr tests comedians' knowledge of everything.
Rescue Extreme Medics
Channel 4, 9pm
The documentary series follows a skilled network of clinicians who make up the Scottish Trauma Network and take the hospital direct to their patients.
Serving over 5.4 million people across Scotland, the team must reach those in greatest need of trauma interventions.
The ambulance control centre in Glasgow receives almost 5,000 999 calls every day and life-changing split decisions decide which patients are at greatest risk.
The first episode sees the trauma team travel by helicopter to a remote part of Skye to help a man trapped under a 650kg vehicle.
BBC One, 7:50pm
The final ever episode of Holby City will mark an end to the medical drama’s 22-year-old history and the show will be going out with a bang.
The outcome of Jac’s (Rosie Marcel) surgery will be revealed, with the whole hospital holding their breath to see if Elliot (Paul Bradley) succeeded in removing her brain tumour.
Henrik (Guy Henry) reconsiders his future and is determined to fight for his happy ending.
Dom (David Ames) and Ange’s (Dwan Steele) relationship is on the rocks with Dom feeling once again like an outsider, and Lexy’s (Jenny Howe) heart failure could lead to a tragic fate.
Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars
BBC One, 9pm
World famous, Michelin starred chef Gordon Ramsay is giving 12 of the UK’s best up and coming food and drink entrepreneurs the opportunity to win an investment of £150,000 to help them boost their business.
The contestants will be put through their paces with a series of challenges designed to test their business prowess and show Ramsay that their company has the raw ingredients to succeed.
Ramsay will be investing his own money into one of the businesses, and the first episode will see contestants work in teams to run foods shacks on the beach.
Contestants include Bola, who creates apple cider vinegar seltzers, Jamie, who has a mussel bar, Chu, who makes Japanese inspired soft drinks, and Leah, who creates free from brownies.
The drama tells the relationship of a dark mentorship that develops between Deborah (Jean Smart), a legendary Las Vegas comedian, and 25-year-old entitled outcast Ava (Hannah Einbinder).
Deborah is struggling to stay relevant, and Ava is a comedy writer who is struggling to find work after being fired due to an insensitive tweet.
The unlikely pair agree to team up and try to refresh Deborah’s material and learn to work together to find redemption for them both.
The Big Fat Quiz of Everything
Channel 4, 9pm
Jimmy Carr is back hosting the chaotic quiz that tests comedians’ knowledge of everything and anything.
The comedians taking part this year are Rob Beckett, Richard Ayoade, Rosie Jones, Roisin Conaty, Mawaan Rizwan and Joanne McNally.
To ask the questions, Carr will be helped by actor Charles Dance, the children of the Mitchell Brook Primary School and some other famous faces.