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There's a big TV comeback on the cards tonight as ITV crime drama Unforgotten gets into its fourth season, over two years after it was last on screens.
As DCI Cassie Stuart and DS Sunny Khan get onto another cold case Nick Knowles and the DIY SOS team are over in Bangor hoping to help make a struggling family's house accessible.
Elsewhere, Britain's biggest family The Radfords are back with 22 Kids & Counting as fans who've followed the clan can get a good look at what their lives have been like in lockdown.
Jamie: Keep Cooking Family Favourites - 8.30pm - BBC One
Jamie Oliver's back with a second series of the show that sees him rustle up simple but satisfying meals for families.
The first episode sees the chef put an Italian spin on the roast chicken while he also makes a mash-up of the cheese toast and takeaway favourite sesame prawn toast.
There's plenty of inspiration for those wanting something tasty after a day of homeschooling and working from home.
DIY SOS - 9pm - BBC One
The DIY SOS team head to Bangor, County Down for the first time ever in order to help a family under strain.
Mum Mandy's medical issues leave her bed-bound in her room for most of the time, meaning she's missing out on family life as the house is inaccessible.
Nick Knowles and the gang endeavour to create a wheelchair-friendly home for the McCreight family in the uplifting series that sees community come together.
Unforgotten - 9pm - ITV
Crime drama Unforgotten returns with a fourth series and new case to crack for DS Sunny Khan (Sanjeev Bhaskar) and a reluctant DCI Cassie Stuart (Nicola Walker).
After taking time away from the force with a view to retire, Cassie is pulled into the case of a dismembered body discovered in a scrapyard, which seems as though it may have been kept in a freezer for decades.
Cassie's personal life continues to take its toll as her father's dementia worsens, but can they solve the crime?
22 Kids & Counting - 9pm - Channel 5
The Radfords, aka Britains largest family, allowed a glimpse into their hectic life in lockdown where they welcomed their 22nd child, Heidie.
Parents Noel and Sue must contend with caring for their horde of children amid the pandemic and financial strain when their pie business is effected too.
It's the first episode of a four part series for Channel 5.
Teen First Dates - 10pm - E4
The First Dates restaurant opens its doors to youngsters aged 16 to 19 who are looking for love at its new Manchester location.
Flamboyant art student Archie is paired up with fellow 19-year-old Eden while 18-year-old Dom is matched with something of a doppelgänger.
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