Tonight's highlights include the final of Cooking with the Stars, The Secret Life of the Zoo, Ant & Dec's DNA Journey, new drama Annika, and Write Around the World with Richard E Grant . . .

Pick of the Day

Cooking with the Stars, 9.00pm, Virgin Media Two

With autumn on the horizon, lots of summer shows are either gone or beginning to unwind.

Hosted by Emma Willis and Tom Allen, here’s a case in point, as this MasterChef meets Strictly Come Dancing mash-up comes to a conclusion.

In the final of the contest, the three remaining celebrities showcase all of the skills they have learnt as they compete against each other in a bid to be crowned this year's winner.

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Don’t Miss

Paul O'Grady: For the Love of Dogs, 8.30pm, Virgin Media One

The Scouse comedian continues to follow the work of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in London, meeting staff involved in treating, training and rehoming animals.

This time, Paul meets a pair of shih tzus from a puppy farm that need to learn all about domestic life, and an American bulldog struggling to cope without its owner.

Later, he is introduced to a stray that has been living at Battersea for two years.

The Secret Life of the Zoo, 8.00pm, Channel 4

This week, acouple of giant otters give birth to four pups after losing their first litter a few months ago.

Dad Tarubu need to step up and become more responsible - especially after leaving one of the little ones outside late at night.

Red river hog Kya is being bullied by her triplet sisters. Losing weight and dangerously fragile, she will need to build up her strength and fight back if she is to survive.

Keepers worry about batagur turtle Donatello, who is off his food and swimming at an odd angle.

24 Hours in A&E, 9.00pm, Channel 4

A compilation of memorable stories filmed at King's College Hospital in south London.

Dave, who's 56, has been rushed to A&E after falling 15 feet onto concrete while working on a building site.

Fourteen-year-old Josh has come in after tumbling off the handlebars of his BMX - while his dad Simon was pedalling. Samuel, 78, explains his fear of ageing after tripping up while out shopping.

New or Returning Shows

Annika, 9.00pm, Alibi

This brand new UKTV Original six-part series is based on the hugely successful BBC Radio 4 drama, written by Nick Walker.

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It stars Olivier-award-winner Nicola Walker (The Split, Unforgotten) as DI Annika Strandhed, an enigmatic detective heading up a specialist Marine Homicide Unit.

Originally an Oslo-based homocide detective, Walker has relocated to Glasgow, where she leads the Marine Homicide Unit's investigations into washed-up corpses.

Expect gruesome cadavers from the start.

Ant & Dec’s DNA Journey, 10.05pm, RTÉ One

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Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly star in this two-part documentary, where the popular presenters uncover their surprising and emotional family histories, using a combination of DNA and genealogy.

The shock revelations include military men in both of their families - one a medal-winning war hero, the other a deserter.

And as well as delving into the past, Ant and Dec also get to meet DNA relatives they never knew existed.

Our Lives, 7.00pm, BBC One

An insight into living with dwarfism through the experiences of Tricia Mailey and her family.

Primary school teacher Tricia was born with achondroplasia - the most common form of the condition - as were her two eldest children, Cara and Noah.

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Husband Sean and one-year-old Bethany are average height. Despite their physical differences, the Maileys have created an unbreakable bond as they navigate the ups and downs of everyday life.

This documentary, filmed across six months as they juggle family, work and school, provides an insight into what it means to be small in a world designed for taller people.

Models: Street to Catwalk, 11.05pm, BBC One

As season two begins, Jordaine visits Nemesis Models for a nerve-racking audition that could change her life.

Hal wants to swap street fighting for modelling in the hope of keeping out of prison.

In episode two (at 11.40pm) young model Juan fears his career is over after being attacked in the street, while Jordaine gets a life-changing opportunity to model for one of the world's leading brands.

New to Stream

Go! Go! Cory Carson: Season 5, Netflix

Whether helping out his friends or making new ones, Cory is always on the move and ready for any adventure that comes his way.

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Ending Tonight

Write Around the World with Richard E Grant, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Book and travel lover Richard E Grant journeys to Andalucia, visiting Granada, the Alpujarras, the Taja Gorge, Almuñécar and Marbella, in the footsteps of writers inspired by the country, its culture and history.

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Reading key passages from their books as he goes along, including works by Federico García Lorca, Ernest Hemingway, Laurie Lee and JG Ballard.

Richard not only learns about the lives of these great authors, but also experiences many of the places immortalised in the literary classics they created.

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