The 5 best shows on TV tonight: Tuesday 6 April

Amy Johnson
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The top TV picks for Tuesday 6 April.
The top TV picks for Tuesday 6 April.

It's time to say goodbye to Celebrity Bake Off for another series as the final four stars step into the big white tent this evening. 

Meanwhile, it's a double dose of Fred Sirieix as he takes us through two different culinary journeys on BBC Two and Channel 4. 

He's off to the New Forest in Remarkable Places to Eat while KFC is on the menu for Snackmasters.

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Elsewhere on BBC, lottery drama The Syndicate heats up as the chase for the stolen ticket gets underway.

The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up to Cancer - 8pm - Channel 4

John Bishop, Ade Adeptian, Anneka Rice and Nadine Coyle with Paul, Prue and Matt.
John Bishop, Ade Adeptian, Anneka Rice and Nadine Coyle with Paul, Prue and Matt.

Unfortunately for Bake Off fans it's the final instalment of the celebrity specials tonight, but before we bid adieu to the series for now there's four more stars stepping into the tent. 

Comedian John Bishop, Girls Aloud star Nadine Coyle and presenters Anneka Rice and Ade Adepitan are the final four celebrities testing their mettle in the kitchen. 

They're tasked with whipping up decorative choux buns before making a cake that represents something from their bucket list.

Remarkable Places to Eat - 8pm - BBC Two

Chris Bavin and Fred Sirieix head to the New Forest. (BBC/Outline Productions)
Chris Bavin and Fred Sirieix head to the New Forest. (BBC/Outline Productions)

Fred Sirieix is taken around the New Forest by presenter and former greengrocer Chris Bavin as they go in search of delectable delights. 

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The focus is on fresh produce, a big passion of Bavin's considering his background in fruit and veg.

As part of their gastronomical journey, the pair set about indulging in pork pies and the perfect Ploughman's. 

The Syndicate - 9pm - BBC One

Neil Morrissey returns in The Syndicate. (BBC/Rollem Productions)
Neil Morrissey returns in The Syndicate. (BBC/Rollem Productions)

The first episode of the new series saw Neil Morrissey's shopkeeper Frank make off to Monaco with the winning lottery ticket. 

However, the kennel workers who are the rightful winners are on his trail and inform Mercury Millions of his theft - but they need the proof.

They scrape what little they have together to afford the air fare to track him down, while he goes on a gambling spree. 

Snackmasters - 9.20pm - Channel 4

Fred Sirieix in Snackmasters (C4)
Fred Sirieix in Snackmasters (C4)

Fred Sirieix is on track to beat Rylan Clark-Neal as one of the UK's most prolific presenters as he also returns to front Snackmasters this evening. 

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This time he's challenging two top chefs to replicate some Finger Licking' Good grub by rustling up a KFC Zinger Burger. 

They've got a week to perfect their recipes before presenting them for KFC's big bosses. Meanwhile, Jayde Adams goes behind-the-scenes at the chicken chain's factories. 

Being... - 10.45pm - BBC One

New parents Mariyah and Jermaine with daughter Rumi and Mariyah's parents. (BBC/Workerbee TV)
New parents Mariyah and Jermaine with daughter Rumi and Mariyah's parents. (BBC/Workerbee TV)

Islam is the focus in the first of two double bills for this programme exploring religion in the UK.

Viewers meet Jermaine and Mariyah, who are preparing for the the birth of their first daughter. Dad Jermaine sets about working hard to learn the Muslim call to prayer to recite when the child is born.

Meanwhile, couple Hanna and Ali reflect on their marriage and how their faith has helped them in their relationship. 

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