Celebrity MasterChef: A Recipe for Success (BBC1, 8pm)

THE most recent series may have come to finish last week, but that doesn’t mean Celebrity MasterChef can’t still serve up treats. In this new series, John Torode and Gregg Wallace celebrate 15 years of the competition and look back on some of their favourite moments. In this first edition, John and Gregg relive some of the best and worst food from the early rounds of the competition and look back at the celebrities’ first taste of the MasterChef kitchen.

There She Goes (BBC2, 9.30pm)

ROSIE is excited as the Yateses depart for their annual summer holiday, but things are not exactly as she was expecting. In 2009, Si and Em, Rosie and Ben went down to Devon to meet Sophie’s new baby Fliss – both of whom are presented as the embodiment of perfection by Nana. Em contemplates her less-than-perfect child by comparison and has a realisation about how far her family has come in three years.

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Semi-Detached (BBC2, 10pm)

Like millions of us, Lee Mack has been Not Going Out for some time now. This week the writer and star of that show is back on the box as frontman of this new sitcom with a difference. It’s a real-time comedy in which he plays the hapless Stuart. Things haven’t been going well for him and April (Ellie White) since the birth of their child. Faced with a make-or-break date, our ill-fated hero has to contend with disruptions from his promiscuous, drug-taking dad Willie (Clive Russell), extortionist brother (Neil Fitzmaurice) and a major row erupting next door.

Imagine: My Name Is Kwame (BBC1, 10.45pm)

ALAN Yentob presents a profile of writer and director Kwame Kwei-Armah, who has spent the last two years serving as artistic director of London’s Young Vic, overseeing successful productions including Death of a Salesman, Twelfth Night, Tree and the controversial Pulitzer Prize-winning Fairview.