There's the pick of the pastries in The Great British Bake Off: Best Bits, some Maradona magic in Hero - The Official Film of the 1986 FIFA World Cup, the singing sisters are back with At Home with the Nolans, and it's bye-bye to Black Monday . . .

Pick of the Day

The Great British Bake Off: Best Bits, 8.00pm, Channel 4

For those viewers who just can't let go of the show, here’s the first of two highlights programmes celebrating 10 years of the culinary contest.

During that time, the show moved from the BBC to Channel 4, and its line-up of hosts has changed dramatically. Tonight’s show also focuses on some of the most unusual, confusing and innuendo-laden cakes to grace the tent.

There are tasty treats from favourites Norman, Flo and Kim-Joy, as well as a second helping of some of the most confusing cakes ever to grace the tent, and give a nod and a wink to the bakes that made us all blush.

Don't Miss

Hero - The Official Film of the 1986 FIFA World Cup, 10.10pm, RTÉ2

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Footage of the tournament from Mexico, including the impact of Argentina captain Diego Maradona, who will always be remembered for his exploits throughout the tournament.

Never before, and never since, has one player dominated football's ultimate tournament.

The Truth About Amazon: How it Took Over the World, 9.00pm, Channel 4

In the second part of this look at the colossus that is Amazon, Sabrina Grant and Helen Skelton investigate how the online retailer's dominant position in the marketplace and wealth of consumer information forces other companies to adapt.

New or Returning Shows

At Home with the Nolans, 10.00pm, Quest Red

After their recent adventures on a cruise ship (see clip below), it’s back to dry land with the singing siblings in this new series.

This time around, Coleen, Maureen, Linda, Anne and Denise will talk about their father's affair in Ireland that led to his mistress becoming pregnant.

Loose Women panellist Coleen revealed that when she was in her 20s she learned they had a half-sister, but nobody knows what happened to her and that mystery has haunted the sisters for several decades.

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Great British Christmas Menu, 8.00pm, BBC Two

Andi Oliver oversees proceedings as previous winners of the culinary contest prepare a feast for the heroes of the pandemic - beginning with a course of canapes.

Four chefs cook, while the other four taste and score their dishes in a blind tasting with Andi as referee.

Then the roles are reversed as they take it in turns to both cook and score.

Goldie: the Art That Made Me, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

Renowned visual artist and musician Goldie (above) goes on a personal and passionate journey into the world of graffiti and street art, tracing the evolution of the art form in parallel with his own career.

In a story that takes us from New York via London, Manchester, Wolverhampton, Miami and Lisbon, Goldie meets the originators and crucial artists from the scene, plus those who continue to push at the edges of the art form today.

Martha: a Picture Story, 10.30pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

Martha Cooper is an unexpected icon of the street art movement – a tiny, grey-haired figure running alongside crews of masked graffiti artists.

In the 1970s, as the boroughs of New York City burned, she worked as a photographer for the New York Post, seeking images of creativity and play where others saw crime and poverty.

As a result, she captured some of the first images of New York graffiti, at a time when the city had declared war on this new culture.

20 years later Martha discovered she had become a legend of the graffiti world – a culture that has now exploded into a global movement.

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New to Stream

The Holiday Movies That Made Us, Netflix

This documentary series promises to unwrap the real stories behind these iconic Christmas blockbusters, thanks to insider interviews and various behind-the-scenes peeks.

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Angela's Christmas Wish, Netflix

In this animated tale, a determined Angela makes a wish to reunite her family in time for Christmas, then launches a plan to find her way from Ireland to Australia.

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Ending Today

Black Monday, 9.00pm, Sky Comedy & NOW TV

It’s the season two double-bill finale of this period dark comedy starring Don Cheadle, that follows the employees of a Wall Street trading firm in the year leading up to the day international stock markets crashed in 1987.

First up, Blair is forced to revisit his past while Mo, Keith and Dawn try to make amends. Then in the season finale, a plan comes together.

A third season of the show has been green-lit, so the gang will be back next year.

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