Baking, an investigation into Britain's train companies, and warming up for the US presidential election.
'Junior Bake Off'
5:30pm, CBBC We're only just getting over the final of the grown-up version, and now there's a new series of the junior show to get addicted to. Allegra McEvedy and last year's winner Nadiya Hussain will judge the culinary efforts of youngsters Annabel, Harry, Tyrese and Abi. Expect fewer innuendos, but just as much messy pastry. Presented by Sam Nixon and Mark Rhodes.
7:30pm, BBC One As anyone who commutes by train will know, the rail companies in this country are in a dire situation – trains are expensive, overcrowded, and often late (if the workers aren't on strike, that is). This documentary sees reporter John Ware investigate the gulf between what the rail industry claims and what passengers actually think of it. He also looks at why travelling by train is so expensive, why trains are so overcrowded and what it'll take to fix this mess.
'Last Week Tonight with John Oliver'
10pm, Sky Atlantic Oliver's take on the news is consistently hilarious and always thought-provoking. In this, the last show before the US presidential election tomorrow, he's sure to excoriate Trump even more than before, and give Hillary some of his barbed wit for good measure. Expect strong language, insightful commentary and lots of laughs.