Your round-up of what’s on this week.
Murder In The Alps (BBC One, 9pm)
JUST over a year ago, in an isolated forest car park miles from anywhere in the French Alps, a British family were attacked.
The bodies of Saad al-Hilli, his wife Iqbal, her mother Suhaila al-Allaf – as well as French cyclist Sylvain Mollier – were found. To this day, a number of questions concerning the killings remain unanswered.
In an attempt to find out a bit more about the events of that terrible day, reporter Jane Corbin visits the scene of the crime in Lake Annecy.
The Great British Bake Off – The Final, (BBC Two, 8pm)
Look out for judges Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry, and presenters Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins. The programme may be about the contestants, but it’s this quartet who are the jam in the programme’s Victoria sponge.
Agatha Christie’s Piorot (STV, 8pm)
THE Big Four plunges the Belgian detective (David Suchet) into a world of global espionage where he uncovers murder, secrets, lies and love, set against the backdrop of the impending Second World War.
George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces (Channel 4, 8pm)
AS the series returns for a second run, architect George Clarke visits a couple who are planning to turn a 1960s ambulance into a campervan where they and their four children can cook, eat and sleep. He also meets an artist who has commissioned a giant wooden floating egg to use as a work and living space.
Later With Jools Holland (BBC Two, 11.05pm)
THIS extended edition of Tuesday night’s show includes extra performances from the top acts. Featured are Arctic Monkeys, who perform tunes from their Mercury-nominated fifth album AM; Paul McCartney, who has just released his first album of new material in six years; singer Katy B; and soul-funk group Earth, Wind & Fire.
Atlantis (BBC One, 8.15pm)
WHEN a nighttime messenger brings shocking news to the palace, Ariadne calls on Jason to help her uncover the truth.
But leaving the citadel without raising the suspicions of the Queen seems an insurmountable task, especially with the revelation that it is Ariadne’s exiled brother Therus who has sent for her.
By Any means (BBC One, 9pm)
BY Any Means concludes with an explosive finale as Jack Quinn and his team’s lives are in great danger.
When gangland thug Jamie Caine brutally murders a young boy in broad daylight, he is jailed on the testament of key witness, Simon. However, when Simon suspiciously withdraws his statement, Caine is allowed to walk free. Outraged, Helen acts against direct orders and calls in Jack and his team.