Today's top telly includes The Great British Bake Off: The Winners,Cloch Le Carn looks back on Brendan Bowyer’s career, and there’s fun on the cobbles with Coronation Street: Soapy Slip Ups . . .

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The Great British Bake Off: The Winners, 8.00pm, Channel 4

There’s just no ending this run of Bake off, and here’s yet another compilation to keep fans going until Christmas.

This is the first of two specials paying tribute to the winners from past shows in the show’s time on both the BBC and Channel 4.

This opening episode focuses on the champions from the first five seasons, with each of them reliving their most memorable moments.

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Cloch Le Carn - Brendan Bowyer, 7.00pm, RTÉ One

This week’s show offers a profile of the late singer and Royal Showband frontman Brendan Bowyer (above), who made an indelible mark on the Irish music scene before taking Las Vegas by storm.

One of the greatest live performers Ireland has ever produced, Bowyer had many admirers both at home and abroad - including the king of rock ’n’ roll himself, Elvis Presley.

Why Women Kill, 11.00pm, TG4

Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry’s equally cheesy drama continues as Beth Ann plots to remove April from Rob's life for good, and a surprising confrontation reveals a secret that will shock Beth Ann to her core.

Meanwhile, Naomi is reeling with anger and will do anything to protect her son, even if it means destroying Simone and Karl's reputation along the way.

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My Family Christmas Special 2002, 8.30pm, BBC One

Another trek back in time with the Harpers sees them take a holiday to remember when Nick fills the living room with Christmas trees - for next year - and then invites a lonely old pensioner to share the family's dinner.

MasterChef: The Professionals, 9.00pm, BBC One

The Finals week of the competition gets underway with the last Invention Test of the year, in which the six contestants prepare rabbit in mustard sauce or bouillabaisse with a rouille and a crouton.

New or Returning Shows

Coronation Street: Soapy Slip Ups, 7.30pm, Virgin Media One

This special anniversary programme - part of the much-loved soap opera’s 60th birthday celebrations - looks at all the mishaps from wardrobe malfunctions, missed lines and misbehaving props.

This half-hour special will feature some of Coronation Street’s biggest stars including Simon Gregson (Steve McDonald), Jimmi Harkishin (Dev Alahan), Ben Price (Nick Tilsley), Jane Danson (Leanne Battersby), Alex Mardell (Emma Brooker), Jack P Shepherd (David Platt) and Jenny McAlpline (Fiz) all talking viewers through their biggest bloopers.

Inside KFC at Christmas, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Behind-the-scenes at the fast food chain in the run-up to Christmas, as a brand new festive burger is launched in a bid to keep regular customers coming back during lockdown.

The Year that Changed Love, 10.00pm, Channel 4

This is a documentary exploring the impact of Covid-19 on people's love lives, including the story of an Edinburgh couple who chose to go into lockdown together after just one date.

 Samhlú 2020, 9.30pm, TG4

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Here’s a celebration of a year like no other where cultures and traditions collides into a celebration of togetherness inspired by the artistic ventures of 2020.

Led by Tommy Tiernan, this magical setting in Roundstone, county Galway erupts into performances from every artform, where doorsteps, piers and chipper vans become stages.

It features the likes of Shane Hennessey, Moxie, Slow Moving Clouds, Julie Feeney, David Geaney, Rónán Ó Snodaigh and Vario.

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Song Exploder: Volume 2, Netflix

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The Killers, Natalia Lafourcade, Dua Lipa and Nine Inch Nails pull back the curtain on their personal song-writing experiences as the series looking under the bonnet of the creative process continues.

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