Food-obsessed trio Gordon, Gino and Fred are in Greece tonight for a new ITV road trip series where they sample the culinary delights and enjoy a trip to the beach.
Sparkle season continues on BBC Two with Strictly spin-off show It Takes Two back - and this time it has a new host in Janette Manrara.
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We're looking forward to this week's James Bond release with a celebration of outgoing 007 Daniel Craig's years in the title role on Sky MAX.
Elsewhere, series two of comedy The Goes Wrong Show begins on BBC One, and Channel 5 is looking back at the events of D-Day as they happened.
The best TV to watch on Monday, 27 September, 2021
Strictly: It Takes Two - BBC Two - 6.30pm
If you can't get enough Strictly in your life, you'll be delighted to know that companion show It Takes Two returns for weekday evenings tonight.
Added to that good news, it has a brand new host with pro dancer Janette Manrara making the move from the cast to the couch as she takes over from long-running presenter Zoe Ball.
Get all the backstage gossip and training room updates, hopefully including some more information on how COVID-hit couple Tom Fletcher and Amy Dowden are doing, while ex-Mr Strictly Kevin Clifton is on the roster of guests this week.
Gordon, Gino & Fred Go Greek! - ITV - 9pm
We might have missed out on a chance to enjoy a Greek holiday recently, but the next best thing is enjoying the mouthwatering food and beautiful views through the eyes of the road trip trio.
Gordon Ramsay, Gino D'Acampo and Fred Sirieix are back together and boating around the Greek coast as they take in lobster, pastries and plenty of time on the beach.
This two-part adventure sees them back on competitive form as they banter over beach attire and tuk tuk driving.
007: The Daniel Craig Years - Sky MAX - 10pm
This week sees the release of Daniel Craig's long-delayed final outing as Bond, No Time To Die.
He's recognised by many as one of the greatest actors to play 007, so before his farewell performance hits cinemas, Sky MAX looks back over his best films and biggest moments in his years in the role.
The Goes Wrong Show - BBC One - 8.30pm
A second series of the comedy about a disaster-prone amateur dramatics group begins tonight with a show that keeps relaunching until it's right - but gets worse with every opening night.
Created by the team behind theatre show The Play That Goes Wrong, they have the slapstick genre perfectly captured as well as the internal politics of am dram.
D-Day Remembered: Minute by Minute - Channel 5 - 9pm
A two-part documentary follows the events of 6 June, 1944 as they happened, with fascinating commentary from historians Max Hastings and Onyeka Nubia.
In the first part, D-Day survivors and families of those involved recall what took place between midnight and 7.30am on the day that they launched their invasion to liberate Europe from Germany.
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