Jamie’s Quick & Easy Food (C4, 8pm)

FOR millions of us, our diets have been up and down over the past few months as too many trips to the fridge have led to endless snacking. Thankfully, Jamie Oliver is on hand to get us back on track with some tasty dishes. And if you love lamb curry, you’ll be drooling over this episode as Jamie cooks one up. But if you prefer flavour-packed harissa squash salad, then the chef’s recipe will leave some viewers hastily scribbling notes while adding ingredients to the list for their next home delivery or shopping trip.

The Glastonbury Experience Live (BBC2, 8.30pm)

THIS is a big year for one of the world’s best loved music concerts, but like so many annual events, the Glastonbury Festival has also been put on hold because of you know what. With so much archive footage, there’s little wonder festival regulars Jo Whiley and Mark Radcliffe are on hand to introduce some of the best bits, such as previously unseen or rarely shown moments.

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Celebrity Snoop Dogs (C4, 8.30pm)

NEW series. Cameras go inside the locked-down houses of well-known faces around the country. However, the filming is done by the homeowners’ dogs – so-called Snoop Dogs. While the pooches sniff out treats, chew shoes and go for naps, viewers can play along with the guessing game to try and work out which celebrity owns the adorable doggy.

A Greek Odyssey with Bettany Hughes (C5, 9pm)

THE historian and classicist goes Greek island-hopping to explore their history from the time of the Ancients to the present day. In Santorini, she visits a Minoan city preserved in time by one of the most violent volcanic eruptions in history. Bettany’s next port of call is Naxos, where in an abandoned marble quarry, she finds a genuinely monumental statue of the god that has lain there for thousands of years, before heading to a taverna to take part in some local festivities.