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James Martin is in Oxford in the latest episode of his Islands to Highlands where he's joined by MasterChef's Monica Galetti.
Elsewhere, there's two new people searching for the answers to family mysteries on Long Lost Family.
Over on Channel 4, Anna Richardson brings in her crack team of financial experts to help another family save money.
Gold Town - 7pm - BBC Two
The last episode off the three part series sees the mine closed as the pandemic hits in March 2020.
There's still a small team working to maintaining the site and there's also good news as the price of gold reaches an all-time high.
However, there are concerns in the nearby area about elderly residents coping in lockdown and the negative impact on other businesses.
James Martin's Islands to Highlands - 8pm - ITV
In Oxford, the cook is joined by chef Monica Galetti, who unearths the delights of a local distiller.
Plus Martin picks his own raspberries which he uses to whip up a Charlotte Royale by the river.
Also on the menu is some dishes at Raymond Blanc's restaurant Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons.
How to Save a Grand in 24 Hours - 8pm - Channel 4
Anna Richardson returns with a team of cost-cutting experts to help others save their cash.
This time they meet the Barton-Wilkinsons whose finances have been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Long Lost Family - 9pm - ITV
This week Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell help Paula Stillie, a woman who has always looked different to her adoptive white family and has questions about where her birth parents are from - with the search taking them across the globe.
Plus, there's also Lisa Harding who is looking for the sister her mother gave up for adoption before she was born.
Taken: Hunting the Sex Traffickers - 9pm - Channel 4
A specialist undercover police unit are attempting to track down the leader of a sex trafficking gang, but the women who are being exploited are unwilling to give evidence.
However, it looks as though there could be another way to bring him down - through another of his associates in the organisation.
Watch: James Martin chats to Kate Thornton on Up Close And Socially Distant