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paul hollywood eats mexican

9pm, Channel 4

If watching Paul Hollywood choke on peppers, cringe at tequila, and stuff giant insects down his throat sounds like a fun way to pass the time, here’s a three-part series, The protagonist is Judge Bake Off eating his way in Mexico. First, in Mexico City, he finds the best taco he’s ever eaten (4 billion tacos are eaten in the country a year, according to The Hollywood Reporter), and stuns at the pinata. Holly Richardson

mcdonalds and dodds

8pm, ITV

A bizarre pair of cops are called to investigate when a shady medium makes a horrific discovery near Glastonbury Tor. Helpful clues are everywhere, but there’s only one problem: they all seem to be implicated in DS Dodds (Jason Watkins). Does the owl detective (and pickled onion connoisseur) have a dark secret? Graeme Virtue


9pm, BBC Radio 1

The final episode begins with the gang in familiar territory: the police interrogation room. Getting ready to lift the veil on a newly renovated community center How did they get them there? Flashbacks from three days ago provide dramatic answers. Human Resources

Wireless Festival 2022

9pm, BBC Radio 3

Another summer night, another holiday. This time, it’s Finsbury Park’s celebration of rap and R&B. Tonight’s show: Cardi B, Roddy Ricch, Giveon, ArrDee, Mahalia, Summer Walker, Jack Harlow, HER and Lil Baby. Human Resources


9pm, Sky Atlantic

The drama, ironically dubbed “Reboot,” continues to do a lot, but not much — the claustrophobia of the underwater environment adds to the intensity of the narratives, not limits them. Tonight, Swinburne’s destroyer is closing in on U-949. Buchner, the commander of Konstantin Gries, was at a loss, and he began to think about a dangerous move. Phil Harrison

Roswell 75: The Last Evidence

9pm, Sky History

According to UFO enthusiasts, it has been 75 years since the aliens crashed in New Mexico and their presence was then covered up by the man. The film tests some of the most popular theories in the company of two UFO experts, a scientist and a magician. Would unseen testimony from eyewitnesses be an eye-opener for the whole case? Jack Seale

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Oliver Twist, 2.40pm, Talking Picture TV

John Howard Davis and Francis L. Sullivan in the 1948 adaptation of Oliver Twist.
John Howard Davis and Francis L. Sullivan in the 1948 adaptation of Oliver Twist.
Photographer: Cinetext Image Archive/Cineguild/Allstar

David Lane followed his lofty expectations in 1948 with another beautifully dispassionate Dickens adaptation. In a wondrous London of dangerous shadows and dirty brickwork, orphan Oliver (John Howard Davis) falls in love with criminals Fagin (Alec Guinness) and Sykes (Robert Newton). Shot from 100’s perspective, it’s full of danger and wit – and features one of the finest dog shows in Sykes’ Hound Bullseye. If you like the same story, Lionel Bart’s musical “Oliver”! It opens at Sky Cinema Greats on Tuesday. Simon Wardle

North by Northwest, 12.55am, TCM Movie

Saul Bass title, Bernard Herrmann soundtrack, Cary Grant, blonde femme fatale (Eva Marie Saint in this case) – all the elements of a classic Alfred Hitchcock movie are in place here. It’s a thriller in which Grant’s New York advertising executive is mistaken for an American agent by James Mason’s foreign spies, then uses his wits and charisma to evade cops and bad guys in an off-road pursuit. From the crop-dusting plane attack to the climax at Mount Rushmore, Hitchcock kept the audience and Grant on the run—and it was fun. southwest

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