Handmade begins its next search for Britain’s Best Woodworker on Channel 4

Pick of the Day: Handmade: Britain’s Best Woodworker

8 p.m., Channel 4

One of the best of the seemingly endless talent contests in The Great British Bake Off Mold – actually I prefer it these days baking. Isn’t designing a dining table more interesting than creating another increasingly esoteric style of cake? Anyway, this dining table is the first task of the competition, with Mel Giedroyc returning alongside judges Tom Dyckhoff and “industry titan” Sophie Sellu. Among the amateur carpenters gathered in a Welsh woodland are a former England squash international and a Liverpool man who describes himself as a ‘botched home improvement’. Sounds good.

Doctor Martin

9pm, ITV

Luckily, Morwenna (Jessica Ransom) gets to say goodbye to her short-lived and not-so-successful career as a real estate agent when she returns to Martin’s revived practice as a receptionist. The Ellinghams now have a new dog, although Martin (Martin Clunes) previously said “over my dead body”. It’s all well and good in this fun cozy fictional corner of Cornwall – until Martin joins Stewart’s survival course.

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Great designs

9 p.m., Channel 4

Kevin McCloud meets Zimbabwean-born Australians Davi and Matt, who are determined to create a home that reflects their heritage. They set out to build a home in the Chess Valley in the Chilterns with a radical multicultural design that is particularly daring for their commuter belt suburb. Despite their inexperience and the technical difficulty of the steep terrain, Davi and Matt manage the endeavor themselves. Cue raised McCloud’s eyebrows. Inevitably, it doesn’t take long for the problems to start.

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More of TV

Escape from Kabul airport

9pm, BBC Two

The inside story of the largest airlift in modern US history, which took place in August 2021 when America pulled 124,000 people out of Afghanistan despite the chaos, marking the end of its longest war. The feature-length documentary hears from the US Marines task force tasked with the evacuation, whose plans were thwarted when Taliban forces took the city in a flash. They speak openly for the first time about their hand-to-hand struggle to retake the congested airfield as a humanitarian catastrophe unfolded around them. Meanwhile, Taliban commanders and fighters who recently took the city describe circling the airport area and confronting US forces.

Never mind the buzzcocks

9 p.m., Skymax

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A second season of the relaunched former BBC music panel show with Greg Davies overseeing proceedings in his familiar sardonic manner teacher Mode. As a matter of fact, teacher appears to have been fertile hunting grounds, with Daisy May Cooper and Jamali Maddix also returning as regulars alongside veteran Noel Fielding. The guests are Roisin Conaty, ArrDee and James Bay.

Broke: Britain’s debt emergency – broadcasts

10 p.m., Channel 4

As the UK suffers its worst cost of living crisis in 70 years, Citizens Advice is opening its doors and offering rare access to the work of its debt advisers. The film follows three stories, including that of a Southend mother of two dealing with a spiraling debt of £20,000.

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