The Great British Bake Off
Tuesdays at 8pm
Bake Off is back. This time with a baker's dozen - as 13 of the nation's best amateur bakers enter the iconic white tent to tackle challenges set by judges Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith. The new series kicks off with Cake Week. First the bakers tackle a fruit cake, under the gingham cloth, they’ll find the ingredients for their first Technical – and of course, there’ll be a Showstopper, a challenge that takes the baker's back to their childhoods as they must create the birthday cake of their childhood dreams.
Sink or Swim
Tuesdays at 9.30pm
In this new four-part series, 11 famous faces have just 12 weeks to train for an ambitious relay swim across the English Channel in support of Stand Up To Cancer. The celebrities in question are Olympic gold medallists Linford Christie, Tessa Sanderson and Greg Rutherford, Coronation Street’s Sair Khan, The Last Leg's Alex Brooker, TOWIE’s James Argent and Georgia Kousoulou, Blue singer Simon Webbe, Love Island's Wes Nelson, Hollyoaks actress Rachel Adedeji, and television presenter Diane Louise Jordan. Experts will be on hand to offer vital training and support to transform the celebrities into strong swimmers. Throughout history, there have been more successful summits of Mount Everest than successful relay attempts across the Channel - will the celebrities sink or swim?
Stath Lets Flats
Thursdays at 9pm
The Bafta-nominated comedy, written by and starring Jamie Demetriou as the incompetent Greek-Cypriot letting agent Stath, is back for a second series. In the first episode new boss Julian (Dustin Demri-Burns) is making changes at Michael & Eagle and Stath feels left behind. When Julian unveils a slick new promo with no mention of it being a family business, Stath decides to make his own rival video. Meanwhile, Sophie (Natasia Demetriou) tries to move on from Al (Al Roberts) and focus on her music.
Call the Cops
Mondays at 9pm
Up to 1000 incidents per day, resources cut by 15% since 2010, and one incident manager with overall command. This is policing in 2019. For the first time, this series goes inside the nerve centre of policing - the police communications and control centre colloquially known as Force Control - to shed fresh light on the changing face of law and order in modern Britain. With violent and complex crimes on the rise across the UK, an increasing number of emergencies, and fewer resources to deal with them, this series shows the critical decisions made in Control and on the ground in Devon and Cornwall, the largest geographical policing area in England.