This week sees athletes and bakers battling it out for national glory
Rooney: the Man behind the Goals
Gary Lineker presents a unique look into the world of England’s greatest ever goal scorer.
He observes Rooney’s training at both Manchester United and in the England camp, speaking to those who know him best, from wife Coleen to former colleague David Beckham.
Eight sport stars take on a raft of physical and mental challenges to find out who is the ultimate athlete.
The new series will see rower James Cracknell, footballer Matt Le Tissier, javelin thrower Fatima Whitbread, long jumper Jade Johnson, middle distance runner Liz McColgan, rugby player Shane Williams, badminton player Gail Emms and sprinter Christian Malcolm push themselves beyond their comfort zone to win eternal glory.
The Great British Bake Off: the Final
The last nine weeks have passed in a blur of flour, chocolate and baking powder.
Now the final three contestants must pull out all the stops to impress steely-eyed Paul Hollywood and grand dame of the kitchen Mary Berry with their enriched dough iced buns and the most arresting of show stoppers.
Nicola Walker and Sanjeev Bhaskar play detective duo DCI Cassie Stuart and DS Sunny Khan in this cold case murder mystery.
When a skeleton is found in a cellar, the pair go in search of who this man was, and how he died.
Their investigations turn up the victim’s diary from 1976, which ends with a list of names and addresses of people who could help solve the case.
The Graham Norton Show
Carey Mulligan and Meryl Streep are on Graham’s red sofa this week, promoting the much-anticipated film Suffragette.
They’re joined by fellow Hollywood star Nicole Kidman, who is getting rave reviews for her role in West End hit Photograph 13.
At Home with Steph and Dom
Posh Goggleboxers Steph and Dom Parker move from the sofa to their landscaped garden as they welcome new celebrities to their home for a chinwag and no doubt a glass or two of something.
Visitors to the Parker’s Salutation Inn include Jason Donavan and a Jerry Springer, and if the couple’s booze up with Nigel Farage is anything to go by, this is worth staying in for.
Tumultuous doesn’t quite cover Carrie Mathison’s (Claire Danes) last few years working for the CIA. After falling in love with a terrorist, being institutionalised and having Nicholas Brody’s baby, she’s now quit the agency and moved to Berlin.
Having spent her career pursuing international criminals, Mathison must now deal with the consequences of finding herself on a hit list.